Ten Las Vegas Buffets That Take All You Can Eat to a New Level
Looking for a great value for your food dollars while you're on vacation in Vegas? Look no further than the nearest buffet. Once upon a time, the typical Vegas buffet was a vast offering of rubbery and cheap stuff that serious foodies avoided—but that's no longer the case. The modern Las Vegas buffet wants serious food lovers to know that the newest crop of buffets value quality and selection. Prices are no longer rock-bottom cheap, but joining the players club at most casinos will give you a discount at the buffet.
Your choice of buffet depends on what you're looking for in food selection and price. If price is no object,... Read more »
Local Expert Tip: "Reservations are strongly suggested for this popular Sunday-only brunch spot."
Local Expert Tip: "A place to find a wide variety of French foods."
Local Expert Tip: "Unlimited champagne is served at the champagne brunch on Sundays."
Local Expert Tip: "Check out the cotton candy maker. "
Local Expert Tip: "Gourmet dinners are served Friday and Saturday. "
Local Expert Tip: "Well-known for its crab legs."
- Cuisine: American, European, Italian, Latin, Mexican, Southern
- Average Main Course Price: $35
- Neighborhood: The Strip
Local Expert Tip: "Be sure to check out the impressive selection of sumptuous desserts."
- Cuisine: American, Asian, Chinese, Ethnic, Latin, Mexican
- Average Main Course Price: $14
- Neighborhood: Downtown
Local Expert Tip: "Friday is the seafood buffet, and Saturday has a prime rib special."
- Cuisine: Eclectic
- Average Main Course Price: $23
- Neighborhood: South Las Vegas
Local Expert Tip: "Considered one of the most eclectic buffets in Las Vegas. "
Local Expert Tip: "Adventuresome foodies will appreciate items like the bone marrow you can spread on toast."
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