Terrace Pointe Cafe
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Member Reviews (4)
- Terrace Pointe CafeMember ofBudget TravelersFoodiesNightlife LoversNov 01, 2013
My partner in crime for the weekend mentioned he hadn't eaten for several hours, so I suggested that we look for a place to grub before lining up for XS. Their table setup was interesting, with one half being a couch and regular chairs on the other side. Homeboy could have taken a nap while we waited for our food, but it wasn't long at all. Everything was out at once in under a few minutes. Although I had already eaten before coming to the hotel, I still managed to get through half of my chicken quesadilla. The pineapple mojito I ordered was pretty good too. I got frustrated trying to poke at the pineapple chunks with my straw because I couldn't get any of them. Aside from that, our server was attentive and the service was quick. We killed as much time as we could here. So much that we were the last ones in AND the last ones to leave.
- Terrace Pointe CafeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Feb 18, 2013
I liked this Wynn Hotel restaurant for a Sunday brunch. On a nice day, the outdoor seating area is great. One unique thing about the menu is the Double Down, which lets you try two different breakfast item options for $18.
- Terrace Pointe CafeJul 05, 2012
Mmm mmm MMM. Yes, all three MMM's! I wanted to come here on some previous trips because of some relatively good reviews of this place but never got a chance until I stumbled across this while visiting the gorgeous pool at the Wynn.
This place has an awesome outdoor seating area that faces the Wynn gardens and pool area so you get a great view. The outdoor side is nice and heated at night in the winter time although the cafe closes at 5 pm. They serve brunch all day and breakfast items in the morning. They have creative decor and relatively good service but the food is delicious! I was amazed that it was reasonably priced for being in the Wynn as I was expecting some outrageous prices. My brunch platter of omelette and toast was only $13 which honestly is pretty good for a place of this caliber.
I enjoyed the view, the service and their cocktails were yummy as well. I love it!
- Terrace Pointe CafeJul 04, 2012
Hungry for something filling, hearty, and delicious but don't want to hurt your wallet? Do you want to enjoy a nice ambiance or a decent view without booking a top tier fine dining establishment? Terrace Pointe Cafe is a good choice for breakfast, brunch, or lunch. Their seating is casual but quite nice. Their outside seating faces the beautiful pool areas and has a good view.
They specialize in a variety of American food options, but their Lobster Eggs Benedict are the best for breakfast/brunch, and their kobe sliders or lamb pita is great for lunch/casual dining.
If you're staying at the Wynn or you're simply visiting this side of the strip, Terrace Pointe is a good, safe choice for casual dining that serves up good, American dishes.