Wynn Las Vegas

Wynn Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Wynn Las Vegas announced Thursday that its buffet will soon close its doors indefinitely.

In a statement, a spokesperson for the Wynn said the buffet will close at the end of service on Monday, Sept. 7.

“Based upon guest feedback, we found that many guests prefer a more traditional buffet experience over the served all-you-can-eat format. We will continue to assess the situation and will make a determination on reopening at the appropriate time," Michael Weaver, spokesperson for Wynn Resorts, said.

The property had reopened its buffet in June with a "reimagined all-you-can eat concept." The altered service offered guests about 90 dishes that were served at the diner's table.

In August, Wynn announced that its water-themed show "Le Reve: The Dream" would close permanently amid health and safety concerns with COVID-19.

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(4) comments

You don't like, bite me!

While the food was still good, it just was not the same as getting your own food. Felt like a Sizzler. Will miss one of the few Buffets that tried to re-open.


I miss Las Vegas buffets too, even though I like to avoid the strip I would love to visit the Wynn or Cosmopolitan buffet after COVID is under control.


What a coward you are. And by the way, doubtful that many businesses on the Strip will reopen. You can thank Sisolak for that and his fear factor BS.


It is cowardly to not visit closed establishments? Also back to the name calling again, it makes your position seem week when you turn to insults rather than attacking the other person's position.

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