The all-American buffet. Casinos and buffets go together just as well as Elvis and Vegas weddings. The Las Vegas Strip is known for famous iconic resorts that light up the night, and many of them have world-class buffets that are just waiting for you to come in and indulge your appetite. Here are the buffets currently open on the Las Vegas Strip.
As prices and hours are subject to change, please visit the buffet’s website for up-to-date information.
Bacchanel Buffet – Caesars Palace
Considered one of the premier buffets in Las Vegas, the Bacchanal Buffet is newly renovated and features hundreds of delicious options prepared by specialty chefs. What makes this buffet stand out is that it’s also a dining experience. The buffet features open kitchens, and many dishes are prepared right in front of you. This is one of the pricier buffets in Las Vegas, but the selection of worldly cuisine, vegetarian options, high-end cuts of meat, seafood, and endless desserts make it worth it.
Bellagio Buffet – The Bellagio
With the Bellagio’s reputation for excellence, you know that this Vegas buffet is going to be filled with delicious options. Buffet lovers will enjoy the international cuisine that features dishes with Italian, Chinese, and Japanese influences. There’s also a nice selection of American fare. There’s just one caveat, however. If you want to eat at the Bellagio Buffet, plan on coming a little early because their buffet hours have them closing a little earlier than most.
The Bellagio Buffet is a great place to grab weekday and weekend brunch and breakfast, plus a nice selection of lunch dishes. Be on the lookout for delicious seafood, including snow crab legs, peel & eat shrimp, smoked salmon, and delicate scallop ceviche. If seafood isn’t your thing, make a trip to the carving station, where delicious, perfectly prepared meats await you. Guests with a sweet tooth will adore the unbelievable selection of desserts, including some sugar-free options, fresh pastries, and a personalized gelato stand.
Wicked Spoon Buffet – Cosmopolitan
Some wicked good food you won’t find at any ordinary buffet. Let’s start with breakfast, where the selections go far beyond the mighty scrambled egg. There’s a deliciously fresh breakfast bread station, with fresh-pressed juices, an omelet station, and a wonderful selection of savory foods and salads for the non-traditional breakfast person.
With a large Asian station including dim sum, duck wings, crab legs, and a hot pot station, additional international dishes include samosas, carnitas, and gyros. Yum! Meat lovers will want to make a beeline to the carving station to enjoy slow-roasted prime rib, fried chicken, top sirloin, and more.
Like some of the other buffets currently open in Vegas, the Wicked Spoon closes before the traditional dinner rush really gets started. So come a little earlier, and bring the family because children ages four and younger eat free!
Excalibur Buffet – Excalibur
The Excalibur Buffet offers a fun, casual environment to enjoy a delicious breakfast, lunch, or brunch. Their weekend brunch is a Las Vegas favorite, especially among those who are just looking to kick back and enjoy some great food after spending a long night in the city. All of the usual suspects can be found, including meat dishes like rotisserie chicken, smoked brisket, and beef birria. Then there are those dishes with an international flair, including Latin plates that are full of personality. Be sure to leave room for the dessert station!
A buffet with some of the best reviews, they are known for their massive 30-ft salad bar. Bring your appetite and come prepared to feast on culinary specialties from around the world, sample the homemade pizza station, omelet station, carving station, and more.
The Buffet at Luxor is open for breakfast, lunch, and weekend brunch. Indulge in all-you-can-drink draft beer, house wine, and margaritas for an additional charge – but there is a two-hour time limit. You don’t want to be so tipsy that you call it a day after brunch! Children under the age of 4 also eat for free.
Garden Buffet – South Point Casino
The Garden Buffet at South Point Casino offers great food at a great price. Seafood lovers will want to plan a visit on Friday evenings for Seafood Night. There’s also a prime rib dinner for the true carnivores in your group. The chef designs each menu, and all the dishes are prepared fresh daily. Whether you’re looking forward to a champagne brunch or to digging into the slow-roasted prime rib, the Garden Buffet is the spot to eat at South Point Casino Las Vegas.
Garden Court Buffet – Main Street Station
If you’re in downtown Las Vegas and looking for some solidly good eats at a reasonable price, the Garden Court Buffet is your destination. They’re open daily for breakfast and lunch, and everything they offer is on point. There aren’t any elaborate gourmet dishes at the Garden Court Buffet, but considering the quality and taste of their culinary creations, we promise that you’re not missing a thing. You’ll find most of your favorite buffet finds with this spread. For breakfast, there are all sorts of meats, perfectly cooked eggs, fluffy pancakes and waffles, and crispy hashbrowns. The Sausage biscuits and gravy are impressive.
A.Y.C.E. Buffet – The Palms
Breakfast here is a delightful egg-fest, with multiple versions of Benedicts and scrambles, including an omelet station. Many dishes are in small-plate format, like a miniature serving of hash & egg or cauliflower grits. Here you’ll even find shakshouka, an African dish made of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, chili peppers, onions, and cumin that by itself is worth the price of admission.
Other highlights are the frittatas and the potstickers—the latter being part of a small Asian selection that includes bao, egg foo young, miso soup, and cold ramen noodles. With pancakes, waffles, blintzes, bagels, croissants, quiche, small salads and fresh fruit, it’s as good as a buffet gets.
Dinner is also small-plates dominated with an amazing selection: walnut shrimp, Moroccan lamb, Singapore noodles, General Tso chicken, Mongolian…you get the idea. Chocolate mousse cake is the main attraction in their large dessert selection.