Whenever we’re in the downtown area of Las Vegas, we like to visit the Main Street Station Casino just two blocks north from the western most entrance to Fremont Street and have a meal at their beautiful buffet.
They may not have the most elaborate buffet in Las Vegas, but arguably they have the most beautifully decorated one. The huge open space is bathed in natural lighting with shiny bright ceiling fans. The Victorian chandeliers once hung in the San Francisco Opera house.
Check out the video where the chef prepares Lex’s omelet. He’s such a character and has been making omelets for years with such flair!
After your meal, pick up a free walking brochure from the lobby and walk off the extra calories by exploring the various antiques, artifacts and Art Nouveau knick knacks collected from around the world including London, Paris, and Kuwait.
You’d be surprised at what you will find including a piece of the Berlin Wall in the men’s restroom and Buffalo Bill’s private rail car that he used for traveling with his Wild West Show from 1906 till 1917 outside of the hotel.
If you want to have a memorable breakfast buffet in downtown Las Vegas that won’t break your wallet, Main Street Station is the place to go! The Garden Court Buffet weekday breakfast is only $7.99 with a B Connected card. It’s an incredible value considering how beautiful the setting is. There are gorgeous chandeliers hanging from the high ceilings and the décor gives a wonderful turn of the century vibe. Great place to relax and enjoy your food in style.
And what food! First, I have to give high praise to the omelet station chef. He really did a remarkable job stuffing it with all the ingredients I wanted. As you can see from watching the video, he also knows how to do it in a way that’s very entertaining! But in addition to omelets, they had a wonderful selection of fruit, pancakes, French toast, sausage, bacon, potatoes and so much more. Along with cold orange juice and hot coffee, I left feeling very satisfied!
But there’s more to praise about Main Street Station Casino besides their buffet. Neek picked up a guide to the many antiques they have placed throughout the hotel. We checked the lobby area, which was where many of the antiques were located. Then we took a walk outside to check out the impressive looking train restored from 1897. There’s even a Pullman car that was used to transport Buffalo Bill Cody! The entire place is certainly one of the highlights of downtown Las Vegas.