Friday, August 19, 2016


Get Your Fill at Vegas' Best Buffets

Nothing says “America!” like shelling out $25 to strap on the feed bag and plow through multiple plates at a Las Vegas casino buffet. But if you’re looking for the best Vegas buffet bargain, this is not the blog post for you. You’ve found a list of the most decadent, gluttonous and cardiac arrest-inducing buffets on the Las Vegas Strip.

Bacchanal Buffet
Since 2012, this Caesars Palace mainstay has ascended to the gold standard of Vegas buffets. About $100 million was invested into the establishment, resulting in more than 500 daily offerings and numerous accolades. Within its first year of operation, more than a million customers dined on delicious dishes, such as the oak-grilled lamb chops, hand-made dim sum, fried chicken and waffles and red velvet pancakes. Expect to pay more than $50, but once you bite into the smoked pork belly, you’ll know where the money went.

Carnival World & Seafood Buffet
A seafood lover’s dream, the Rio’s buffet plates up more than 70 fresh seafood items, including endless oysters, snow crab legs and shrimp. You can also add a little turf to your surf with carved-to-order barbecue ribs and steaks. The more than 300 selections from across the globe ensure that you’ll be heading back to the hotel room for a short food coma. The seafood dinner buffet will set you back around $48. The standard dinner buffet goes for approximately $30.

The Buffet at Wynn
What is normally considered a casual dining experience has been infused with fine dining sensibility at Wynn. The buffet at this premier Las Vegas resort boasts lavish décor and more than 120 expertly prepared meals, ranging from rotisserie-grilled steakhouse cuts to coast-to-coast seafood. The coup de grâce here is truly the chocolate fountain. Wynn offers dinner and show pairings as well. Indulge in one of Vegas’ best buffets and take in Le Rêve – The Dream from premium seats for $180 per person.

Wicked Spoon
Like The Cosmopolitan itself, this buffet gives off a distinct flair. The warm colors and stylish design set the tone for a chic dining experience. Be prepared for out-of-the-ordinary twists on modern classics. The salad bar is bolstered with add-ons such as Italian bread salad and hummus. Prime rib and steaks take a back seat to unique creations like the roasted bone marrow with lamb. What really shines though is the immense number of dessert options. Expect to pay more than $40 for dinner on the weekends.

Le Village Buffet
A departure from the traditional expectations, the Paris Las Vegas buffet brings together the dynamic cuisine of five French provinces. Set in a quaint, village-like dining hall, you can choose an “outdoor” table that mimics the atmosphere of a French town square or gather around a fireplace in one of the province-specific cottage rooms, decorated for the region. Highlights here include the truffle macaroni and cheese and the buffet’s acclaimed vanilla bean crème brulee. Additionally, it’s the only buffet in town to offer reservations through OpenTable, which Vegas buffet veterans know to be a big bonus. Dinner prices on the weekends run about $34 per person.

Whichever you choose, be sure to save room for some of Las Vegas’ hottest shows, tours and attractions. Browse VegasDaze for discount tickets to memorable vacation add-ons. Did we forget to include your favorite Vegas buffet? Let us know in the comments section below. Follow VegasDaze on social media for more great vacation tips and recommendations.

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