A bustling culinary food hall, the Wicked Spoon delivers well-crafted original selections for every appetite. With its mix of top quality, familiar staples in addition to imaginative and seasonal dishes, this Las Vegas eatery will satisfy cravings and invite discovery for brunch or dinner.
A Vegas buffet used to be about scooping as much food as possible on your plate, but Wicked Spoon turned that idea around when it first opened in 2010, offering a wider variety of food in smaller portions with the same quality you'd find in a nice restaurant. Today, you can work your way through intriguing bites like "angry" mac n' cheese, tamarind-glazed leg of lamb, Asian dirty rice, and a pizza topped with the same stuff you'd find in a Reuben sandwich (corned beef, sauerkraut, and special sauce). An in-house team of butchers is responsible for mouth-watering meatballs, prime rib, and bone marrow with short rib. It's important to know that Wicked Spoon is only open for breakfast and lunch (or brunch on the weekends), so plan accordingly. In addition to deals on bottomless mimosas, champagne, Bloody Marys, and Bud Light draft, Wicked Spoon has an all-you-can-drink craft cocktail option, including the vodka-fueled morning buzz, served in a Chinese takeout-style box.
Cost: Wicked Spoon is open for breakfast ($38 adults, $19 kids 5-10) and lunch ($45 adults, $22.50 kids 5-10) Monday-Friday and brunch ($49 adults, $24 kids 5-10) Saturday-Sunday. Bottomless booze packages are $24-$40 and have a two-hour limit.
How to book: Dining is walk-in only.