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i thought there had been a thread about this but i couldnt find it.

i ate there friday night and the food was fabulous. in fact it was SO good that i ate so much i got a major belly ache.

the desserts...all made in house ...were terrific.

friday night is seafood night and if i had been paying it would have been about $27.

well worth it for the quality of the food.

the fresh seafood sparkled like diamonds.

if anyone else has been i would like to know what you thought of it.

thanx.

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Where is Studio B buffet located? On the Strip? Downtown?

Do you know the address? Do they have a website?

I'll be in Las Vegas in four days (but who's counting?), so please answer soon.

Edited to add:

I found their webpage. It's at the new "M Resort" that's way south of Las Vegas, let alone the Strip: http://www.themresort.com/studiob.html

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i thought there had been a thread about this but i couldnt find it.

i ate there friday night and the food was fabulous.  in fact it was SO good that i ate so much i got a major belly ache.

the desserts...all made in house ...were terrific.

friday night is seafood night and if i had been paying it would have been about $27.

well worth it for the quality of the food.

the fresh seafood sparkled like diamonds.

if anyone else has been i would like to know what you thought of it.

thanx.

I've been.

The sashimi was absolutely first rate, as was everything else. I love the fact that they pour free Warsteiner beer (and some cheap wine that I didn't really care for - YMMV).

I will be going back.

The only better buffet in Las Vegas is Bally's Sterling Brunch. And that's three times the cost.

As with all Las Vegas casino buffets, the quality is always best when they first open. They're trying to lasso in all the local gamblers. After a few months, quality will go down a bit. It's just the way of things here.

Who cares how time advances? I am drinking ale today. -- Edgar Allan Poe

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Where is Studio B buffet located? On the Strip? Downtown?

Do you know the address? Do they have a website?

I'll be in Las Vegas in four days (but who's counting?), so please answer soon.

Edited to add:

I found their webpage. It's at the new "M Resort" that's way south of Las Vegas, let alone the Strip: http://www.themresort.com/studiob.html

Hi i am sorry i didnt see your post... i would have got back to you.

i havent been over here to egullet for quite a while.

i assume that you have already been to vegas and back.

i hope you had a chance to try studio B.

it really was great.

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