Best Buffets in Las Vegas

In Las Vegas, everything is bigger, brighter and better. So it is no surprise that Las Vegas is home to some incredible buffets, with restaurants that offer practically every cuisine and budget to suit your needs. We know that choosing the right buffet in Las Vegas can be challenging, mainly because there are just so many options, so we’ve narrowed it down to our top ten Best Buffets in Las Vegas that you don’t want to miss out on!


The Buffet at Wynn ($$)

Located in the Wynn’s sunny atrium and surrounded by big and bright flower sculptures, dining at The Buffet at Wynn is one of the most unique experiences in Las Vegas—and one that your taste buds will love! With sixteen live cooking stations where you can guarantee all your food will be cooked fresh and to personal preference, you’ll have an especially challenging time choosing between their fried chicken or potato pancake station. And for the non-meat eaters, you’re in for a treat as it’s the most vegetarian/vegan friendly buffet on the Strip. But make sure to leave room for dessert, as their dessert station looks like it is straight out of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory!


Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas ($$)

Keeping to their hotel’s standard of being modern and forward thinking, Wicked Spoon at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas has ditched the heating plates and utilize an open seating plan. Everything is served cooked to order, with the option of choosing Asian and Italian inspired cuisine, along with meat carving and seafood sections. With portions served on the smaller size, you’ll have enough room in your tummy to try one of everything, including their pistachio or Thai tea flavored gelato.


Feast Buffet at Green Valley Ranch ($)

Located off the Strip, the Feast Buffet at Green Valley Ranch is the most affordable (and best valued) all-you-can-eat buffet in Las Vegas. The restaurant is styled like an industrial European Farmer’s Market with gorgeous marbled décor throughout. Feast Buffet comes equipped with six live cooking stations and even has a milkshake made-to-order station for those with a sweet tooth. Talk about the ultimate bang for your buck.


Sterling Brunch ($$$$)

For those wanting to splurge on an exclusive brunch-themed buffet, Sterling Brunch at Bally’s Las Vegas is the perfect place to eat and drink to your heart’s desire. Now in its 30th year of offering luxurious buffet brunches, Sterling Brunch gives patrons endless Perrier Joet champagne, Alaskan crab legs, lobsters, caviar and an omelette station. Make sure to book in advance as they are only open on Sundays and it’s certainly a buffet experience you don’t want to miss out on.


Studio B Buffet at the M Resort ($$)

If you want to be entertained while dining at the same time, then Studio B Buffet at the M Resort is the place to be. With over 100 television screens around the restaurant to show chefs preparing your food live, you are sure to get cravings as soon as you set foot in the place! Highlights include the wood-fired pizza station, the build your own nachos station and the all-you-can-eat prime ribs! The cost also includes free alcoholic drinks, so don’t be shy to indulge in that Bloody Mary (or two) as well.


Baccanal Buffet at Caesars Palace ($$$)

With over 500 dishes to choose from, it’s no surprise that Baccanal Buffet at Caesars Palace is an award-winning eatery. You can eat your way around the world, starting with some street-styled tacos from Mexico, a soufflé from Paris or some sweet and sour chicken from Asia. And if that wasn’t enough to curb your hunger, their carving station is a meat-eater’s dream come true.


Cravings Buffet at The Mirage ($$)

Unlimited wine, beer and even champagne—yes please! In addition to offering patrons an endless supply of drinks to quench their thirst, the Cravings Buffet at The Mirage offers 11 stations from around the world, including Italian, Chinese and Latin American stations. It’s also worth getting up early for to enjoy their daily breakfast buffet—you won’t be disappointed with their omelette station!


Carnival World & Seafood Buffet at the Rio All-suite ($$$)

The best kid friendly buffet in Las Vegas, Carnival World & Seafood Buffet at the Rio All-suite is a delicious trip around the world. They nail the comfort foods perfectly, with delicious hamburgers, hot dogs, mac and cheese and milkshakes even the pickiest of eaters will enjoy. But make sure to leave room for dessert, as they offer over 70 different baked goods to satisfy your sweet tooth.


Le Village Buffet ($$)

Why travel to France when you can have the ultimate French culinary experience on the Strip? At Le Village Buffet at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel, patrons get a memorable culinary experience from each of the five regions of France. Themed to replicate a small French village, you can walk over to the Brittany station and indulge in a savory crepe and then walk to the Campania station for a delicious bowl of penne alla puttanescea. With the food cooked right in front of you, it’s the most intimate buffet experience you can get in Las Vegas!


Rampart Buffet ($$)

While it’s located off the Strip, Rampart Buffet is too cool to not include in our list! They offer themed nights so no two days are the same. On Wednesdays you’ll get to enjoy Mexican fiesta nights, on Thursdays you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to a Brooklyn deli and on Fridays and Saturdays you can eat all the steak and seafood you want! It’s no surprise the Rampart Buffet is a local’s favorite.


Only in Las Vegas can you experience such a wide range of fantastic buffet options. Book now and start planning your next trip to Las Vegas!

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