Best Buffets in Vegas
In the US, there are numerous Chinese-American cuisine-inspired buffet restaurants, and well as those serving primarily traditional American fare. Also, South Asian cuisine is increasingly available in the buffet format, and sushi has become more popular at buffets. In some regions of the US, Brazilian-style rodízio churrascaria barbecue buffets are available. Las Vegas and Atlantic City are famous for all-you-can-eat buffets with a very wide range of foods on offer (similar ones have also become common in casinos elsewhere in the US).
Leave it to Las Vegas to revolutionize the classic buffet concept. Using a $100 million budget, Bacchanal completely reinvented the traditional buffet in 2012, with modern food presentations and an upscale setting. Now that it's been voted Best Buffet in Las Vegas by "USA Today" (more than once), the fever has caught on. Feast your eyes on the succulent presentations from your seat in the air, water, or wood-themed section of the dining rooms. Choose from hundreds of daily offerings, with many dishes uniquely displayed on small plates. Bacchanal Buffet's team of specialized chefs oversees the preparation of the majority of the food in front of the guests while cohesively working to present nine distinct restaurants in one location. Approximately 15 daily chef's specials are added to the menu, and they change depending on products, season and the chef's whims.
CRAVINGS BUFFET AT THE MIRAGE
In between the bare-bones but cheap Circus Circus Buffet buffet and the top of the line, expensive Caesars Palace buffet, you’ll find the Cravings Buffet at the Mirage to be a decent, affordable alternative between the Las Vegas buffet extremes. With a very open layout and modern décor, Cravings has a good atmosphere and convenient location right off the casino floor.
For those who believe enough is never enough, we’ve created one of the greatest places to eat off the strip in Las Vegas. Seasons Buffet is a dining experience where quality is equal to quantity. This live-action buffet features delicious cuisine prepared right before your eyes, so you can enjoy the freshest flavors possible.
Housed in the Steak House at Bally’s Resort and Casio is one of the most opulent buffets Las Vegas has to offer. The décor harkens back to old Vegas, with polished marble floors, a crystal chandelier, striped wallpaper, and white linen-covered tables. Dishes such as lobster, crab legs, caviar, and filet mignon are readily available at the buffet, as are a high end sushi bar, a dessert station featuring gold leafed confections, and a carving station with rack of lamb and prime rib. But these are only the tip of the buffet iceberg. Servers dressed in black tie, formal attire serve Perrier-Jouët Champagne, mimosas, and Bloody Marys to every patron's content. Only available on Sundays, from 9:30 a.m. through 2:30 p.m. The Sterling Brunch costs $85.00 per person. The Sterling Brunch is available by reservation only, so book a table in advance!
A favorite for both locals and out-of-towners, Studio B Buffet, located in the M resort, offers all-you-can-drink beer and wine. One of the best buffets in Henderson also offers a seafood brunch on the weekends that comes with bottomless sparkling wine. If you prefer a little more caffeine, order a boozy coffee drink instead. Studio B also has a prime rib brunch on Fridays (11am-2pm) that's definitely worth missing an hour or two of work to check out.
LE VILLAGE BUFFET
A departure from the traditional expectation, Las Vegas buffet dining is taken to a higher echelon at Le Village Buffet. Its incredible French village setting is highlighted by live-action stations and food cooked to order. From the chef’s culinary expertise, Le Village Buffet brings to life the five provinces of France for a dynamic, multi-flavored meal. It’s also the only buffet in town to offer reservations on OpenTable, a plus during peak hours. The buffet features traditional dishes from each province, including penne alla puttanesca from Provence. Homemade Yukon gold mashed potatoes and rotisserie chicken are inspired by Burgundy while a selection of signature savory crepes are a nod to Brittany.
THE BUFFET AT WYNN LAS VEGAS
The Wynn’s buffet, (officially called “The Buffet at Wynn”) is beautiful. And that’s BEFORE you see the food. It’s high ceilings, elaborate flower displays, crown molding, soft red awnings, and open atrium with marble flooring gives it a décor and atmosphere unlike that of any other buffet in Las Vegas. When dinning under the Wynn Buffet arched atrium ceiling, you can almost imagine you’re seated in another Steve Wynn creation: the Bellagio Conservatory. Already a visually-pleasing experience, the Wynn Buffet was completely renovated in late 2015. It’s nearly always ranked as one of the top three buffets in Las Vegas.
A bustling culinary food hall, the Wicked Spoon delivers well-crafted original selections for every appetite. With its mix of top quality, familiar staples and imaginative seasonal dishes, this Las Vegas eatery satisfies cravings and invites discovery.
THE BUFFET AT BELLAGIO
Leave your misconceptions of buffet dining at the door, because The Buffet at Bellagio is an experience like no other in Las Vegas. Here, our talented chefs bring together the freshest ingredients and the best dishes from around the world, including Italian, Japanese, Chinese and American cuisines plus a whole lot more. Be wowed by the talent on display at our live-action cooking stations and take your taste buds on a journey of discovery as you sample favorite dishes and new temptations.
FEAST BUFFET AT RED ROCK RESORT
At the Feast Buffet, there truly is something for every taste. We have live cooking stations where you can watch omelets during the breakfast buffet and entrees during dinner come to life. There’s Italian, American, Chinese, sushi and a wealth of other international specialties. And if you’re a barbecue lover, our hickory smoked pork ribs (on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday) rival any that you'll find in the South.