There’s plenty of competition for the honors of the top buffet in Las Vegas.
From the top shelf lobster and champagne to the basics there is something for everyone and every budget.
Consistently, the top honors lately have been going to Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace. From the breakfast ($28.99) to the weekend blowout ($53.99) you’ll find every kind of cuisine and loads of space (seating for 600 and 25,000 sq ft). The buffet overlooks the Garden of the Gods pool complex and will see over 3,000 guests on a weekend!
Featuring an ultra modern setting, the City Center at Aria Resort & Casino is another top choice for the ultimate Las Vegas Buffet experience. It is a little less pricey than the Bacchanal but also offers an upgrade for an additional $12.99 offering bottomless Bellinis, Bloody Marys, mimosas, sangría, Champagne, beer and wine.
The Buffet Bellagio sees some 4,000 plus people a day and the prices range from $20 to $40 for breakfast to dinner. This opulent hotel also features absolutely gorgeous culinary presentations – not your corner diner’s buffet for sure!
The Golden Nugget buffet is a favorite among long time Las Vegas patriots. Priced even less than the previous three, it also features a stunning seafood dinner offering all-you-can-eat crab legs, offered at the Seafood Buffet Friday and Saturday evenings.
Where could you find a French themed buffet in Las Vegas? At the Paris Las Vegas! The Le Village Buffet Restaurant is divided into six French regions, and is also an all-you-can-eat restaurant. This is definitely an authentic feeling and dining experience for those who’d like to be immersed in French culture for an evening or for breakfast.
Where are some of the best places to stay to enjoy these Las Vegas Buffets?
The top hotels and resorts in Las Vegas would always include: