October 20, 2017
Here’s the Top 5 All-You-Can-Eat Buffets in Las Vegas

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Here are the five most talked-about all-you-can-eat buffets in Las Vegas for every budget!


  1. Bacchanal Buffet at Caesar’s Palace


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The Bacchanal Buffet in Caesars Palace just had a $17 million dollar makeover two years ago. The massive dining area can now seat 600 guests, while still feeling somewhat intimate! It also has private dining rooms. The buffet itself has nine open kitchen layouts and over 500 dishes. You can also order off the menu with six daily chef’s specials, vegan, gluten-free and sugar free options.

 

Cost:

Brunch: $39.99 per person Mon-Fri. $49.99 per person Sat-Sun.

Dinner: $54.99 per person Mon-Thu. $59.99 per person Fri-Sun.

 

4.Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas



Regarded as one of the most popular and higher-end buffets in Vegas, the Wicked Spoon opened its doors in 2010. This buffet is unique for its individual dish concept, where options are put out in modest portions in small dishes or sauce pans, rather than a giant pan. This concept had all the other major buffets scrambling to revamp there buffet concepts. Wicked Spoon is also known for its high-end offerings like Alaskan king crab legs and short-ribs. The dining area is famous for its cosmopolitan décor, themed after the hotel it’s located inside.

 

Cost:

Brunch: $28 per person Mon-Thurs. $36 Fri-Sat.

Dinner: $42 per person Mon-Thurs. $49 per person Fri-Sat.

 

  1. The Buffet at Wynn


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The Buffet at the Wynn is modern, bright, and lively. It has numerous buffet spreads with dishes catering to every pallet. It is known for its very large offerings of desserts. A key feature of the dessert station is the dark and milk chocolate fountain, where guests can dip their favorite fruits and sweets. The dessert station has about 39 options in total, including gelato!

 

Cost:

Breakfast: $20.99 per person 8am-10:30am.

Lunch: $25.99 per person 11am-3:30am.

Dinner: $38.99 per person 3:30pm-10pm Sun-Thu. $39.99 per person Fri-Sat.

 

  1. Feast Buffet at Red Rock Hotel and Casino


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This buffet is very popular amongst the locals in Las Vegas. It offers various cuisine options ranging from Barbecue, Asian, European, Italian, Japanese, to Mexican. It is also one of the best buffets for the dollar! The Feast buffet has a Friday night Surf and Turk buffet special for $26.99 a person. The Special includes all you can eat prime ribs, crab legs, and shrimp!

 

Cost:

Breakfast: $8.99 per person.

 

Lunch: $10.99 per person.

Dinner $17.99 per person Sat-Thurs. $26.99 Fri

 

  1. Studio B Buffet at The M Resort


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This buffet boasts over 200 dishes and complimentary beer and wine for its guests. Dish preparation tutorials can be seen from 116 monitors throughout the buffet. Customer service is a top priority at Studio B, where employees often greet and serve their guests by name. The buffet has a number of options spanning the entire globe, from Mediterranean, Japanese, Italian, and French.

 

Cost:

Sunday Champagne Breakfast: $24.99 per person Sun 9am-11am

Prime Rib Brunch: $24.99 per peron Fri 11am-2pm.

Lunch: $16.99 per person Mon-Thurs 11am-2:30pm.

Seafood Buffet: $39.99  per person Sat-Sun 11am-8:30pm. Fri 2:30pm-8:30pm.

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