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Wynn Buffet, Zoozacrackers and Terrace Pointe To Be Renovated

By Chuckmonster on Tuesday, 25th November 2014 11:54am
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As the 10 year anniversary of the opening of Wynn Las Vegas rapidly approaches, the resort will be engaging in a major renovation of many of their dining facilities focusing on a complete renovation and rethinking of The Buffet.

The Buffet, which features design highly reminiscent of Bellagio's Conservatory, will move away from the green and yellow garden fresh color scheme to a more neutral palette accented by large floral displays.

In addition, Wynn's other casual dining options,Zoozacrackers and Terrace Pointe Cafe, will join the Country Club and have their interiors refreshed or completely renovated over the course of 2015.



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I've never been overwhelmed by The Buffet. I don't like the long, narrow layout, and it just looks too frilly. It needs a major renovation.

Country Club is such a fine bar and restaurant with the gorgeous view of the golf course. I hope it retains its classic look and feel.

Country Club is done already. They removed the drapes and columns to open up the view.

So with this and Encore's rooms, the last remains of Todd Angry is the Encore spa? I wonder if they've considered redoing that...

any idea on timing? staying at Wynn for first time early next year on a package that includes 2 free buffets per day, normally am not a buffet person but had hoped to be able to use this since it was part of the package anyway.

ps - if it is closed while we are there, how does Wynn usually handle this? Do they send guests over to Encore's buffet if it has one, or just add a F+B credit to room of equivalent 'buffet admission' value per day?

@jimmybond It'll be a food and beverage credit.

@MikeE Red 8 is Angry's, right?

Bummer about the columns at Country Club. In a complex full of soft, it had a nice masculine interior not found anywhere else in the joint. Open floor plans make for easier access and perhaps more light, but a nice corner or cozy nook is a welcome respite from the cacophony of most Vegas establishments.

That buffet design irritates me. The oversized floral arrangements just gave me a headache. Didn't feel elegant; reminded me of boring conservatories I got dragged to as a kid.

I'm a fan of the three restaurants mentioned here, tho, so looking forward to a reno.

Is there any plans to renovate The Society Cafe as we have a small wedding reception there in May Thanks

Abi - not that I am aware of.

@JohnD I went to CC for dinner the other day. The only columns that they removed were against the windows - the rest of them in the dining room are still there. They also took out the heavy drapery and replaced it with something lighter and more airy.

Jimmybind, I did the same offer from Wynn this year. I was never a buffet guy but The Wynn buffet was excellent . The maple fried chicken is amazing and the variety and quality is there. Well worth it.



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