Let’s check out some of the best buffets in Las Vegas. One of my favorite things to do in Vegas is eat at some of their amazingly extravagant buffets . With hundreds of food options available in the city, buffets are a great for those who don’t like to settle with just one type of cuisine and would rather taste a variety of foods from all over the world. Throw your diets out the window and show your bellies some love. Here are the 5 best buffets in Las Vegas for my personal experience.
Bacchanal Buffet Restaurant
Location- 3570 Las Vegas Blvd S Caesars Palace
This restaurant located in the Caesars Palace offers a premium buffet menu, making it worth the extra bucks. Bacchanal Buffet has won several awards as the best buffet in Las Vegas which makes it extremely popular. While walk ins are accepted, the waits can be hours long so I highly recommend making a reservation ahead of time. Keep in mind, once you are seated, you have 90 minutes to dine.
So what makes it worth spending $79.99 at a buffet? You get to explore dozens of cuisines and hundreds of perfectly prepared dishes from some of the best chefs in town. The open kitchen layout allows you to indulge in the experience fully and enjoy top restaurant quality food.
As far as the variety of food is concerned, you will find a large selection of meats, Italian, American, Mexican, Asian, a large selection of vegan and gluten free, and my favorite dessert selection. The menu is constantly changing to match the seasons.
Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas
Location– 3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, Wynn Las Vegas
A luxurious all-you-can-eat option with carving & seafood stations in a bright and airy space. Just like the other grand buffets in Vegas, this one does not disappoint. The price point is $50- $70 per person which is about the same range you pay at the other buffets in this list.
I enjoyed their gourmet brunch which is offered on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. What stood out to me was their level of impeccable customer service even during peak hours. Some of the popular food items were sushi, Mexican cuisine, crab legs, and some delicious pancakes. Oh and don’t forget to try the mac and cheese!
Buffet at Bellagio
Location- 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, The Bellagio Hotel & Casino
The buffet at Bellagio is an experience like no other in Las Vegas, hence, it is one of the best buffets in Las Vegas. The price ranges from $44.99 on the weekdays to $74.99 on the weekends which is still pretty steep. If price is a big factor, then weekdays might be your best bet.
The Buffet at Bellagio promises an experience like no other where the chefs use the best ingredients from all over the world to prepare some excellent dishes. The cuisines include Italian, Chinese, Japanese, and American. I also appreciate the effort put to display their dishes making them more enticing!
The carved meet section is a must try for any meat lovers out there. I also enjoyed the avocado toast bar and their wide selection of vegetarian foods. Once you are done feasting, don’t forget to check out the Bellagio Fountain show. Click here for more information.
Wicked Spoon Buffet
Location- 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, The Chelsea Tower
Wicked Spoon Buffet, is Cosmopolitan’s sleek, high-end buffet mixing standard faves with refined fare & brunch. I am a big fan of Cosmopolitan’s design throughout the hotel so naturally the Wicked Spoon Buffet’s caught my eyes.
I am a big breakfast person so I stopped by during breakfast hours which costs about $38. Lunch is $45 for adults. Check out their hours of operation here. Having a good breakfast is the perfect way to start a long day of exploring the Vegas Strip. You won’t feel guilty of overeating as all the walking will burn off the calories. And if you are a brunch person, then make sure to stop by on a Saturday or Sunday.
Reservations for smaller groups are not accepted at this buffet which means the walk-in waits can get long especially during peak season or the holidays.
Garden Court Buffet
Location- 200 N Main St, Main Street Station Hotel & Casino
Firstly, I love the decor! Secondly, it is a lot more reasonably priced compared to the other buffets in Vegas. Garden Court might be the best buffets in Las Vegas especially if you are traveling with a family or large group and would like to feast on a budget. Dinner here cost me $32.99 and they have a brunch option too.
American and international cuisines are offered along with options for vegetarians, vegan, and gluten free. I loved the carrot cake from their dessert section! Highly recommend you save some space in your tummy to try it. Another favorite was smoked salmon. Check out their website for more details here.
I hope you get to enjoy some of these buffets during your visit to Las Vegas as they are unique and the best buffets. Some of them are so extravagant which you won’t find anywhere else in the country. So highly recommend dining at one of them at least!