Las Vegas made a reputation for itself as the home of the all-you-can-eat buffet, but the city has redefined the experience over the years. While the prices at most buffets have gone up considerably over the past decade, the quality of food you'll find at a buffet has improved impressively.
Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas was among the first to re-think the buffet concept, offering a unique small-plates approach that reduced waste and eliminated the big pans of food with communal serving spoons. They also offered high-end specialties like bone marrow and sushi, then something entirely new. Since then, other buffets have followed suit, like Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace, which made a name for itself when it opened in 2012 by offering more than 500 dishes daily. Bacchanal also offers offering lobster, caviar and whole market-fresh fish, too, which diners can enjoy for an additional fee.
The trend for quality food continues to increase as more people re-discover the Las Vegas buffet. The prices may be higher, but buffets continue to offer a great food value for the cost.
Whether you're looking buffet with a whole new style or a reliable old favorite, our list of Las Vegas' 10 best buffets is sure to have something for everyone to enjoy.