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Casual, 24/7 restaurant at Pioneer Hotel & Gambling Hall offering American comfort food & buffets.
Eat, drink and play, 24 hours per day. Enjoy great, affordable comfort food in our new restaurant Bumbleberry Flats. Bumbleberry Flats features a magnificent menu full of unique comfort food, fresh preserves, and more. Or, if you are looking for a quick bite you will find it at the “Fast Draw Snack Bar”; and of course, you are never far from your favorite adult beverages at either the Watering Hole on the main Casino floor or the scenic River Bar where fun is what you make it!
Name: Bumbleberry Flats
Address: 2200 S Casino Dr, Laughlin, NV 89029, USA
- Gary Luckhurst
Always used to like coming to the Pioneer for a great breakfast and at a great price but a few year ago they changed the name to Bumbleberry flats still nice but trying to be upmarket and and trendy with beer on tap at your table. I like the Pioneer and it's homely feel but a regular breakfast is unnecessarily expensive and the menu is quite frankly a mess and on tatty paper, flip notepad style. 2 cups had tea stains on them. The omelettes were nice, hash browns undercooked. Way overpriced for what you offer. Nice staff.
- Alisha Rodarte
This place never fails when it comes to good eats!the food is awesome and the view is very nice. The wait time wasn't the best but we'll worth it! The portion size is really good size and the price is pretty much average but all the food is well cooked and very tasty!
- George Lopez
Large portions. Cooked well. Good quality. Fair prices. Clean. Good view. Just needs better air circulation cause the casino floor next door smoke it killer strong. Fix the air flow and its five stars for value.
- Easter Bemis
The food was great... There was an issue with burning rubber smelling smoke billowing from a vent and there staff panicked.... Turned stupid real quick.... Didn't charge us for the food but only after we brought it up.... They definitely need to re visit their emergency response training.