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Best Buffets in Las Vegas

Buffets in Las Vegas are a staple of the local culture, offering amazing, all-you-can-eat food options from vegetarian to thick steaks, seafood, and beyond. Just about every casino, hotel, and resort in Vegas has a buffet on offer; it's something people expect when they come here. You can find elegant, upscale offerings, down-home quick eats, casual party-style affairs, and just about every kind of American and ethnic cuisine you can imagine.
If you're looking for a place to fill up and get your money's worth, a Vegas buffet is the answer. Check out some of the best buffets in Las Vegas for your next trip.


1.The Buffet at Wynn (Wynn Las Vegas)
Experience a gigantic chocolate fountain
The Buffet at Wynn (Wynn Las Vegas) offers a bright, airy space with gorgeous topiaries, colourful canopies, and a giant chocolate fountain as a centrepiece, plus fantastic food. This place combines the sheer variety of a traditional buffet with a fine-dining aesthetic. You can choose from a whopping 120 different selections here, including Frank Sinatra's family recipe for spaghetti and meatballs. Other highlights include street tacos, Guinness-braised short ribs, and a full sushi bar where the sushi is made to order, fresh and on-demand.
The chocolate fountain, however, is the star of the show, and you can drench anything from marshmallows to strawberries to cookies in it. This buffet is 15 minutes south of city centre.
Location: 3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
Open: Thursday–Monday from 8 am to 9 pm (closed Tuesday–Wednesday)
Phone: +1 702-770-3340


2.Bacchanal Buffet (Caesars Palace)
Have a Roman feast with world cuisine
The Bacchanal Buffet (Caesars Palace) offers a sophisticated dining experience with plenty of options for unique dishes and made-to-order meals, along with endless stretches of wood, glass, and steel decor. This buffet has been ranked by national publications as the No. 1 buffet in Vegas. It's staffed by chefs who can whip up any sort of cuisine you like, from American comfort food to Italian, Asian, Mexican, and others. The buffet also offers a range of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free dishes to serve those who have dietary restrictions.
Every day you'll find no fewer than 15 chef's specials, so each trip offers something new. It's located right on the Vegas Strip.
Location: 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
Open: Monday–Thursday from 4 pm to 10 pm, Friday–Sunday from 9 am to 10 pm
Phone: +1 702-731-7928


3.The Buffet at Bellagio (Bellagio)
Experience a unique range of food options
The Buffet at Bellagio (Bellagio) offers the feel of a village square and features a comfortable, laid-back atmosphere with tonnes of options not usually found in buffets. This buffet distinguishes itself with a combination of unique fusion food options drawn from a range of world cuisine traditions. Your options include a range of seafood offerings, interesting and upscale desserts, and unique salads. Some of the highlights include a tofu glass noodle salad, ahi poke, rotisserie chicken, salmon roulade, and chocolate Nutella parfait in a waffle cone.
The decor consists of greenery and lamp posts with soft lighting and bright colours. Stunning wall art completes the feel. It's right on the Strip.
Location: Bellagio Hotel & Casino, 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
Open: Daily from 8 am to 3 pm
Phone: +1 702-693-7111


4.Wicked Spoon (Cosmopolitan)
Try strawberry balsamic gelat)            
The Wicked Spoon (Cosmopolitan) offers a warm, elegant atmosphere with unique dishes served up on individual small plates to create an experience that's somehow both fancy and casual. The decor is modern and classy with a palette of orange, gold, and brown earth tones. The small-plate approach lets you eat to your heart's content without feeling like you're piling everything on. The buffet is carefully organised into sections like a carving station, salad station, seafood station, and world cuisine areas. The vast dessert area has everything from a craft gelato bar to cookies and cake pops.
When you hit up the gelato bar, try some of the unique flavours like strawberry balsamic. It's one block west off the Strip.
Location: The Chelsea Tower, 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd Level 2, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
Open: Monday–Friday from 8 am to 3 pm, Saturday–Sunday from 9 am to 4 pm
Phone: +1 877-893-2001


5.Studio B Buffet (The M Resort)
Try an affordable buffet with free beer and wine
The Studio B Buffet (The M Resort) offers an experience that's beloved by locals, with a less-touristy experience and reasonably priced food including unlimited drinks. The food here is what you'll expect from a buffet, and you can load up on everything from pho and dim sum to fried chicken, tacos, and calzones. Like at many Vegas buffets, you can hit up a made-to-order grill area, and the grilled prime rib is to die for.
If you're looking to enjoy a familiar, casual, and affordable buffet with all the down-home options, it's hard to go wrong here, especially when you add the included open beer and wine bar and unlimited espresso drinks. It's about 16 minutes south of the Strip.
Location: 12300 Las Vegas Blvd S, Henderson, NV 89044, USA
Phone: +1 702-797-1000


6.Circus Buffet (Circus Circus)
Hit a throwback to classic Vegas buffets
The Circus Buffet (Circus Circus) is a throwback to the days when Vegas buffets consisted of solid food at super affordable prices where you could go for dinner. This location bucks the trend of expensive late-night or brunch buffets manned by celebrity guests and gives you a classic experience with good food, good prices, and dinnertime hours. Regulars here sing the praises of the salad bar, and the made-to-order omelette station is a constant favourite.
Kids 3 and under eat free here, making it a great option for a family trip, while the grown-ups can purchase alcoholic drinks at the bar separately. The Circus Buffet is 10 minutes south of the Strip.
Location: 2880 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
Open: Hours may vary
Phone: +1 800-634-3450


7.Garden Court (Main Street Station)Catch an affordable meal near Fremont Street 
The Garden Court (Main Street Station) offers an airy space with Victorian decor and affordable, solid fare for a straightforward, casual brunch/lunch buffet option. Just a block from the Fremont Street Experience, this buffet's decor is composed of antiques and unique artefacts. The men's bathroom here even includes a part of the Berlin Wall. It's also among the most affordable buffets in the city. Some of the highlights here include country-fried steak and gravy, shoyu chicken, Southern-style pork chops, and a carving station with everything from turkey to Italian sausage.
If you're anywhere near Fremont Street, this buffet is worth a visit whether you're on a family holiday or you're just looking for a hearty midday meal.
Location: 200 N Main St, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA
Open: Sunday–Thursday from 8 am to 2 pm, Friday–Saturday from 8 am to 2 pm and from 4 pm to 9 pm
Phone: +1 702-387-1896


8.MGM Grand Buffet (MGM)
Enjoy a classic buffet in an iconic spot on the Strip
The MGM Grand Buffet (MGM) offers a well-rounded range of food choices in one of the most iconic resorts in Vegas with familiar settings, decent prices, and quality eats. It's certainly an attractive option if you're on the Strip and you want a classic, traditional buffet with standards like barbecue, soup, salad, a carving station, and breakfast options like bacon, sausage, eggs, pancakes, and the like. Prices are midrange as far as Vegas buffets go, and kids under 5 eat free, making it a good option for family holidays with toddlers.
Be sure to leave room for dessert. The dessert bar offers such options as pudding and doughnuts, but also unique upscale offerings like tiramisu.
Location: 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
Open: Daily from 8 am to 3 pm
Phone: +1 877-880-0880

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