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Palace Station's Feast Buffet became the first in the valley to offer overnight buffet service on Monday, according to a press release.
The buffet will offer a menu to "cater to the late night dining crowd" and is available from midnight to 8 a.m. In addition to other items, the buffet will offer breakfast options, chicken, fish and desserts. 
The menu is priced at $6.99 or loyalty members and $10.99 for non-card holders.
The buffet is regularly open for breakfast from Monday through Saturday, 8 to 11 a.m., then dinner from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. and is open for Sunday brunch from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Until now, all major-property buffets had been open as late as 10 p.m., according to a Station Casinos representative.  
Palace Station, on Sahara Avenue near Interstate 15, opened in 1976 as The Casino, changed the following year to Bingo Palace and became the Palace Station Hotel & Casino in 1984. It was the first of the Station Casinos gaming company.
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Gäbi Coffee & Bakery Las Vegas

1.Masso Osteria

Scott Conant makes his triumphant return to Las Vegas with Masso Osteria, his Italian restaurant now open at Red Rock Resort. The Chopped judge serves Italian comfort foods at the front of the resort with dishes including his must-eat pasta al pomodoro, spaghetti in a tomato and basil sauce with just the right amount of butter, for $21 and perhaps even more important, his caramel budino.

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The long Thursday through Monday Memorial Day weekend falls the week after the world famous Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC). As such, many Memorial Day concerts, events, and shows will seem like hangovers of EDC’s electronic dance music theme. This may bring additional EDM artists who may stay in Las Vegas an extra weekend. Nightclubs and dayclubs will host DJs both day and night, giving you opportunities to kickoff summer under the sun or experience true Vegas nightlife.

Here's our Top Picks for one of Las Vegas's busiest weekends:

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 April roundup of Vegas restaurants and noteworthy news 

1. Good Pie at Pawn Plaza is hosting a vegan pizza party with Vegans, Baby on April 26. The Spring Fling will feature the one-night-only return of the hugely popular NUMU Vegan Cheese as well as live entertainment by Las Vegas’ Naked Elephant. Tickets start at $40 and include all-you-can-eat pizza, sliders, meatballs and knots.
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Zippys Hawaiian Fast Casual 

A Hawaiian staple looks to be opening in the Las Vegas area.
Zippy’s has announced that it has begun a formal search for a location in Las Vegas, which will be its 25th restaurant and its first outside of Hawaii. 
For more than 50 years, Zippy’s restaurant has been a staple in Hawaii, an icon of Hawaii-style cooking and one of the top fast-casual concepts in the state.