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Neato: Jazz Brunch at Wynn's Country Club

By Chuckmonster on Friday, 17th September 2010 8:11am
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Wynn Jazz Brunch

The Country Club at Wynn Las Vegas has added a jazz brunch on Sunday featuring "Chef Carlos Guia's Big Easy-inspired brunch... replete with live jazz music."

The food will be impeccable - at least it better be for $59 prix fixe! The music, well, let's hope that whatever combo they manage to arrange foregoes faking their way through Real Book charts and instead throw down some exquisite, exciting and possibly daring jazz. Y'know... improvised music as opposed to elevator music.

If you happen to go, let us know!

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Comments & Discussion:

I'd love to try that at some point. Sounds like it would be right down my alley.

I went a month or so back.


Food was okay. Music was not cool by any stretch. By the end of brunch, it was fucking annoying.

I'm not a fan of this. It turns the really nice relaxing bar area into a noisy, chaotic dining hall. In fact, they need to remove the dining tables from the bar altogether.

Yeah, this has been around a year or so.

It seemed like a Wynn way of competing with Bellagio's Fountains Brunch held at Jasmine. Having wandered through the wares of both as a non-paying lookie loo, I'd say the Bellagio eats looked a bit better. Both were cooked on site, though, and the Bellagio's dessert table was a private dining room opened to the main room filled with so many sweets that the entire dining room smelled seriously of chocolate.

Bellagio's website says $65 for Jasmine brunch. Bellagio's press release says $59. Whatever, the menu looks great, but who can eat that much? Is there music at Jasmine?

There's no music, just plenty of quality food prepared in the kitchen there and placed on catering style tables placed around the edges of the dining room. I also saw ice sculptures that say Fountains Brunch and the like.

Think of it as a competitor to the Bally's Stirling Brunch across the street, I'd guess. Never walked through that one.

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