- Cuisines: American, Seafood, Spanish, Steakhouses
As formerly bargain buffet prices skyrocket -- and we aren't helping matters by highly recommending $30-and-up places such as the Wynn buffet -- it's getting harder and harder to find anything budget-minded on the Strip. Well, anywhere worth eating, certainly. This isn't on the Strip, but it is nearby, and the prices are cheaper than at any buffet on the Strip. Plus, you are less likely to find tremendous lines here. Having said that, don't expect anything miraculous, though they get points for keeping the food at the correct temperature (many a buffet's hot food suffers from a cooling effect as it sits out). Options run the usual gamut: Asian (decent pot stickers), Mexican (fine beef fajitas), and a carving station (with full rotisserie chickens). They have an all-you-can-eat steak night and an all-you-can-eat seafood night.
- © Frommer's 2013
Ask a local about Gold Coast Ports O' CallLocals have answered 56 questions about Las Vegas.
Ask Las Vegas Locals about Gold Coast Ports O' Call
- Recommended 2010
Message from Gold Coast Ports O' Call
Cortez Room at Gold Coast presents generous portions of prime rib, steak and seafood make this dining room an exceptional value. Their dishes include sauteed quartered mushrooms, raw oysters on the half-shell, breaded fried shrimp served with house cocktail sauce, maple-buttered pork chops served with potato cakes and apple sauce and blackened bone-in, rib-eye steak lightly dusted with Cajun seasoning, served with deep-fried onion strings, just to name a few. They also have a wine list to select from as well. An informal, yet warm and comfortable atmosphere contribute to this dining experience.
- Prime Rib