The Wynningest Breakfast On The Strip : Terrace Pointe Cafe at Wynn Las Vegas
Photo Essay by Ace Copland
Sunday morning before the trek down the I-15 home to Los Angeles, Chuckmonster, Miss Monkay and I went searching for food. Initially we planned on getting the buffet since I got a comp for reaching over 500 points on the prized Wynn Red Card. The line was ridiculously long and we felt that it wasn't worth it, so we ambled down the grand hall to the Terrace Pointe Cafe.
The yellow ceilings glowed warmly from above as Chuckmonster, Miss Monkay and I waited for our table. I couldn't help but take in the richly decorated room with its cavernous ceiling treatments. I felt very comfortable in this surrounding, it had a very sort of casual chic feel. After what felt like forever, we were finally seated. Mo noticed a dish at the next table and just had to know what it was. Deborah our server, announced it was the Lobster Benedict. While picking out the grub of choice, Mo kept trying to sell the Lobster Benedict as something to eat and by that time I had already decided that I wanted to sample that. "It's not something you'd see very often, its definitely worth trying!" she exclaimed.