There was so much good stuff that we didn't have the capacity to try it all, and we deliberately were trying to take small portions of everything. The desserts were also quite good. I felt a little bad about having the pumpkin cheesecake and also a slice of the chocolate cake, but we did later walk several laps around the casino, also making a circuit of the basement and ballroom levels, and a blood sugar check two hours later showed me as normal, so I guess it wasn't too bad.
There had been no wait to get into Orozko, although we did have to check it out carefully, because they had loud music playing in the bar/waiting area, and Lisa needed to make sure that there was seating available in the back where the music wasn't so obnoxious. It was still intrusive in the buffet, but at least at our table we weren't being bothered by music so loud it interferes with thinking.
The Nugget's general buffet, the Rotisserie, had a special Christmas menu as well, and was $7 less. The queue for that was at least twenty people deep, and got longer all evening. I never would have waited through that queue; moreover, I think Orozko's food selection was better than the main buffet. I wonder how many people queuing there realized that they could get a better selection with no wait for only $7 more just by walking to the other end of the casino?
After dinner, we played a little bit of slots, and we had minor luck, winning about enough to pay for the tip on dinner and to do laundry tomorrow, which is where the title of this post comes from. We then went to play a little pinball, but to our disgust, all of the pinball machines are broken in one way or another that wasn't obvious until we'd already put our money into them. We then headed home to Fernley after having had a generally pleasant evening.