Las Vegas is hardly a city where too much is actually too much. The city’s first buffet arrived in 1946 at the El Rancho Vegas hotel. All-you-can-eat has come a long way since this “Buckaroo Buffet”, as some of the most well-known hotels and casinos in the city are home to impressive buffets. If you find it hard to choose between going to a Japanese, Italian, steakhouse restaurant or others, why not go to a place where you can have it all? Continue reading for a list of some of the best buffets in Las Vegas.
1. Bacchanal Buffet
Make your way to Caesars Palace for a banquet fit for an emperor. Feast your eyes on food representing dozens of cuisines, including Mexican, Italian, Korean, and American fare. From the Roman-style pizza and smoked beef brisket to the ceviche bar and risotto station, this is the largest buffet in Las Vegas.
📍 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas (Caesars Palace)
🤑 Adults: from $64.99 and kids 4-10: from $32.50
2. The Buffet at Wynn
The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas is redefining dinner and brunch. Discover the 16 food kitchens designed by Executive Chef Craig Herber, and unleash your appetite on a buffet featuring sushi, shrimp cocktail, eggs benedict and more. With several all-you-can-eat options to choose from throughout the week, indulging at the Wynn satisfies all your food cravings and needs.
📍 3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas (Wynn Las Vegas)
🤑 from $39.99 per person plus tax and children ages 3 to 9 are half price
3. Wicked Spoon
Wicked Spoon insists they are “offering a unique market dining experience unlike any other on The Las Vegas Strip”. So bring all of your cravings and hunger levels to this wickedly decadent buffet in The Chelsea Tower. Look for your favorites at the grill station which offers prime rib, bone marrow, and more. You can find sushi and hot pots at the Asian station or head to the international station for some tacos or even a kale salad.
📍 The Chelsea Tower, 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd Level 2, Las Vegas
🤑 Adults from $38 and children ages 5 – 10 from $19
4. Imperial Sushi Seafood Buffet
Imperial Sushi Seafood Buffet in Las Vegas provides diners with a comfortable and spacious setting to enjoy great seafood and sushi. From the delectable hot and sour soup to the crab legs and shrimp, food lovers will be in their element at this spot, especially if you’re a fan of all things shellfish.
📍 5845 Spring Mountain Rd Suite B11, Las Vegas
🤑 Adults from $25.99, senior (65+) from $22.99, kids under 5ft & 11 yrs from $12.99, and kids under 4ft & 11 yrs from $8.99—kids under 3ft: Free
5. Señor Frog’s Drag Brunch
Who says an all-you-can-eat brunch can’t come with a drag show? Well, Señor Frog’s definitely jumped on the drag brunch bandwagon. At this bottomless brunch experience, it will be time to “drag and drop” as queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race, Shannel, Kahanna Montrese, Yara Sofia, and others take to the stage to turn your standard brunch into a full-on fiesta.
📍 3300 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas (Treasure Island – TI Las Vegas Hotel & Casino)
🤑 From $90
6. Buffet at Bellagio
While the buffet at Caesars Palace may be the largest, the buffet at Bellagio is without a doubt the most unique when it comes to the quality of food and variety. At the Bellagio Hotel & Casino’s buffet, you’ll enter into a flavorful world of “favorite dishes and new temptations”. Experience Bellagio’s personalized gelato stand and live-action cooking stations in a central location next to the “O” Theatre.
📍 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas (Bellagio Hotel & Casino)
🤑 From $44.99 (children 6-11 years of age eat for 50% off and children 5 years of age and under eat complimentary)
7. Border Brunch at Border Grill
Enjoy a delicious brunch at this Mexian restaurant from award-winning Chefs Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken. Sip on a refreshing margarita and choose from a variety of unlimited small plates. If margaritas aren’t your thing, you can always opt for bottomless mimosas, micheladas and bloody marys.
📍 Mandalay Bay, 3950 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
🤑 $44.99 per person (bottomless mimosas, micheladas and bloody marys for an extra $27.99)
8. MGM Grand Buffet
At a hotel with over 5,000 rooms, 170,000 square feet of gaming, and an impressive pool complex, it comes as no surprise that it also boasts one of the best buffets in Las Vegas. Fair on both price and quality, the MGM Grand Buffet offers both breakfast and lunch options, including pancakes, waffles, biscuits and gravy, and breakfast flautas. At the carving station, you’ll find favorites such as roasted turkey, ham, and top round steak. Lunch items also include crawfish, shrimp, and a salad bar.
📍 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas (MGM Grand)
🤑 Adults: from $27.99 and children (5-11): from $16.99
9. The Buffet at Luxor
If you have a big family and are looking for a good buffet that will be enjoyed by the kids too, look no further than The Buffet at Luxor where children under the age of 4 eat for free. At this casual dining spot, leaving hungry isn’t an option. Devour a tasty omelette, find your favourites at the homemade pizza station, select your healthier option from the 30-foot salad bar, and definitely don’t skip dessert!
📍 3900 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas (Luxor Hotel & Casino)
🤑 Adults: from $28.99 and children (5 – 11): from $16.99 (Local’s Weekday Pricing (Adult: $26.99, Child: $14.99)
10. A.Y.C.E. Buffet at The Palms
A.Y.C.E. Buffet, and yes it’s pronounced as “ace”, is a 250-seat venue boasting seven different food stations. Choose whatever catches your eye from the World Pan, Revival, The Greenery, The Roastery, The Hearth, Smoke & Fire, and Sweet & Light stations. Take a break from gambling inside Palms Casino Resort and engage in a kind of glutttonous culinary debauchery.
📍 4321 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas (Palms Casino Resort)
🤑 Adults: from $32.99 to $64.99 depending on menu and day. Children (3-11): from $19.99 to $54.99
11. Market Place Buffet
Arguably one of the best buffets in Las Vegas, Market Place Buffet serves draft beers and wine, and offers culinary action stations and patio dining. Experience this smorgasbord of foods, featuring wood-fired pizza, rotisserie chicken, hand-carved meats, and more.
📍 221 N Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas
🤑 Adult prices range from $19.99 to $31.99 depending on menu and day. Children 12 years old and under: from $12.99 to $17.99