Every Dish You Can Imagine: Las Vegas' 10 Best Buffets

The all-you-can-eat buffet has been a Las Vegas staple for decades, but the buffet experience has taken a turn to the upscale in recent years. While most buffets are no longer considered cheap, the good news is that the quality of food has improved significantly.

Single serving sizes are more of a thing these days, as are trendy dishes well outside the old buffet standards. Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and Studio B at the M offer high-end dishes, seafood and international dishes--plus Wicked Spoon offers a bottomless beverage option and Studio B includes some servings of wine, beer and other adult beverages with your meal.

One of the most acclaimed buffets in Las Vegas is currently A.Y.C.E. at the Palms. This new and improved buffet has a whole new approach to stations, breaking them into food types. The emphasis is on quality, while still offering an impressive array of dishes. As a bonus, it’s also a great value and just a short drive from the Strip.

While buffets aren’t the incredibly cheap option they once were, you can find some buffet deals off the Strip and in Downtown Las Vegas. Breakfast is generally the least expensive meal of the day, regardless of the buffet you choose. At Main Street Station’s Garden Court Buffet, if you sign up for a player’s card you can get breakfast for less than $10.

Scroll on down to read all about Las Vegas' 10 best buffets.

Garden Court Buffet
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At one time, Las Vegas was once called the "Buffet Capital of the World." The city's culinary style has evolved, but there are still plenty of all-you-can-eat spreads even though buffets aren't always the inexpensive option they once were. Main...  Read More

Le Village Buffet
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Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas consistently gives diners a great selection of dishes, with fare from several prominent regions of France as well as plenty of American dishes. It may not be the newest or biggest buffet on the Las Vegas...  Read More



For a wide variety of food, it's hard to beat a buffet. The numerous types of food available at the Aria's buffet include gluten-free pizza and pasta, as well as a wide selection of fresh seafood and salads. Let the server know you're looking...  Read More

Sterling Brunch


Every Sunday BLT Steak transforms itself into the Sterling Brunch, an opulent and expensive brunch buffet of legendary status. The Sterling Brunch is a bit of a rarity in Las Vegas--it's a long-running event that isn't showing any signs of going...  Read More

The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas
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Not your typical buffet by any means, The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas truly serves up an elegant all-you-can-eat dining experience. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a lavish Saturday/Sunday brunch, it features 15 live-action cooking stations...  Read More

Bacchanal Buffet
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Often hailed as one of Las Vegas' best buffets, Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace boasts more than 500 items for guests to choose from daily. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and Saturday/Sunday brunch, a team of seven specialized chefs...  Read More

The Buffet at Bellagio
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The Buffet at Bellagio offers a gourmet, all-you-can-eat dining experience with selections not normally associated with a buffet. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and Saturday/Sunday brunch, guests can revel in a variety of dishes from Italy,...  Read More

South Las Vegas
Studio B
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A favorite buffet with Las Vegas locals, Studio B buffet at M Resort boasts more than 200 dishes for lunch and dinner daily. The selection size is impressive and also includes unlimited beer and wine at no extra cost. Quality here is on par with...  Read More

Wicked Spoon
Photo courtesy of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas


With its trailblazing small-plates approach, Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas truly revolutionized the Las Vegas buffet when it opened in 2010. While a few other buffets in town have since adopted the individual plates concept for...  Read More



The new buffet at the Palms has been attracting a lot of attention with its mouth-watering selection of food. Upping the buffet game, A.Y.C.E. (for All You Can Eat) doesn't offer the standard Mexican, Asian or Italian stations. Instead, they...  Read More


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