In a new report, researchers have pinpointed when Las Vegas’ iconic buffet will begin serving its first-ever buffet on Sundays, a move that would mark a major expansion of the local dining scene.
The new study, which was conducted by researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the University of Colorado, also found that the first two meals served at the new buffet will be made from scratch and contain fresh fruits and vegetables.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department will be conducting the first-time buffet event at the downtown area’s first-floor parking garage next month.
“We’ve been working on this for a couple of years,” said Mary L. Cairns, executive director of the Metropolitan Police department.
“We’ve always wanted to do this and we’ve always felt that it’s the right thing to do.”
The new buffet, dubbed the Las Vegas Biscuit and Dessert Bar, will offer more than 50 types of foods from fresh fruit to meats and cheeses.
“Our hope is that this will provide some of our visitors with a better experience,” said John K. Maresca, director of marketing and public affairs for the Metropolitan Department of Tourism and Convention Services.
The city has been using the buffet to attract visitors and locals alike, as it is home to a diverse and vibrant culinary community.
Cairns said that the restaurant is planning to expand the size of the buffet by offering larger portions and more of the dishes, including a meatball sandwich and a meat pie with vegetables.
“It will be an opportunity for us to showcase our local culinary talent to a wider audience,” she said.
“If you go to Las Vegas, you know that this is one of the largest restaurants in the world and we want to make sure that we’re showcasing that.”
Maresca said that after the first weekend, there will be more than 250 vendors who will be able to participate in the buffet and that they will offer fresh food and beverages, and also provide entertainment for those who can’t make it.
“This is a celebration of the culinary community and we’re going to showcase some of the amazing chefs in town and hopefully, we’ll have a lot of guests come and experience it,” he said.
The buffet will take place on Sunday, Dec. 14, from noon to 2 p.m. at the first floor of the parking garage, which is located in front of the hotel’s Main Street.LAS VEGAS BISCUIT AND DESSERT BARMARKETThe Las Vegans Biscuits and Dessert Bar is scheduled to open its doors on Sunday with a grand opening celebration featuring live music and culinary demonstrations.
The event will be led by chef Mike Sotelo, who has a career spanning more than 30 years.
The Las Vegians Biscuits and Dessesert Bar will be open from 2 p,m.
to 4 p.
“The theme of the Biscuts and Dresses is all about celebrating and embracing what we’re doing here at the Las Vegas Biscut and DESSert Bar,” Sotulo said in a statement.
The Biscules and Dishes is the second Las Vegs new buffet to open on Sundays.
Last year, the Las Vegas Grill opened on the Las vegas strip and featured its own signature menu, including grilled chicken, turkey, and bacon, as well as salads, breads, and desserts.
Caitlin Wahl, a Las Vegas resident and Las Vegas business owner, said she was excited to be able join the Bistro’s new opening.
“I love the idea of bringing a local, local menu to Las Vegis, because it’s one of my favorite things to do,” Wahl said.
“I have a love for local food and it makes me feel like a kid again.”
Cairnes said that she hopes that the Las Vegan Grill, which opened in the downtown section of the city in February, will be a catalyst for other restaurants to follow suit.
“They’re really good, really talented people and it’s exciting for them to be opening their own Bistros in Las Vegas,” Cairnes added.
“It’s the kind of thing that people want to see happen.
It’s going to be a lot more exciting than what we’ve seen happen with other restaurants.”
Las Vegans will be the first Las Veges restaurant to open for a Sunday service since The Vegan Grille in downtown Las Vegas opened in February.
The other Las Vegers Bistronauts to open their own restaurants since then include The Vegan Bistrot in downtown Los Angeles, and The Vegan Grill in downtown Chicago.