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Best Buffets in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a city known for excess: gambling, drinking, and of course, buffets!

The city holds many world-class buffets, and they attract and entice tourists from

the whole world over. Some of the best buffets in Las Vegas include:

1. Il Toro E La Capra Buffet in Las Vegas

Il Toro e La Capra is an Italian-Mexican fusion restaurant that offers a unique mix of Italian classics made with fresh Mexican ingredients. Specialties include antipasti, tacos, fajitas, pizza, carne asada, veal parmigiana, and more.

Decor is simple and rustic, combining elements of Italian and Mexican decor. The dining area is decorated with hand painted murals and Italian antiques.

The brunch buffet at Il Toro e La Capra happens on weekends from 10 am to 2 pm.

Offerings include steak & eggs, chilaquiles, menudo, pozole, bottomless mimosas, and dessert.

2. Drag Brunch At Senor Frogs

The Drag Brunch is exactly what it sounds like: a tasty brunch buffet with live performances from sassy drag queens.

Food offerings are diverse, and include country potatoes, warm churros, and chicken tinga.

There is also an open bar, since the only thing more fun than watching a drag show is watching a drag show with a slight buzz.

Decor is flashy and colorful to match the performers’ outfits.

3. Bacchanal Buffett at Caesars Palace

Bacchanal was ranked the top Las Vegas buffet in  in Las Vegas, and for good reason. It has incredible food offerings from all over the world.

American, Japanese, Chinese, Mexican, and Italian food line the halls with everything you can imagine. There are also many vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free options.

Every trip to this buffet is a little bit different, because there are 15 chef’s specials that change on a daily basis.

Bacchanal’s decor is sleek and modern, with rooms built with glass, wood, and steel.

4. The Buffet at Wynn Hotel

The Wynn Hotel’s Buffet is about as classic as it gets. It offers over 120 dishes, including short ribs, street tacos, spaghetti and meatballs, and made to order sushi.

There’s even a chocolate fountain, complete with fruit, marshmallows, and cookies to dip in it.

This buffet’s decor is bright and classy, with marble floors and beautiful hanging topiaries.

5.Circus Buffet At Circus Circus

One of the oldest casinos on the strip, Circus Circus is famous for containing the largest permanent circus in the world. But the resort is also home to a veritable circus of food in its own buffet!

The Circus Circus buffet is one of the cheaper buffets on this list, with adult dinner prices under $35.

But the buffet offers a lot with that price: build-your-own omelettes, comfort food like corn dogs and mashed potatoes, a customizable Caesar salad station, and more. 

Decor is a little bit dated, but homey and comfortable.

6. Bellagio Buffet At The Bellagio

The Bellagio is the iconic Vegas casino that has a recurring fountain show in front of it every day. It was a defining setting in the movie Ocean’s Eleven.

Inside, the Bellagio contains an eclectic buffet serving dishes like rotisserie chicken, ahi poke, and pineapple glazed ham. 

It also boasts an extensive dessert section, complete with white chocolate Nutella, ice cream, and waffle cones.

Decor resembles a small village, with cutesy lamp posts, potted plants, and
bright colors.

7. Imperial Sushi Seafood Buffet

Feeling Japanese? The Imperial Sushi Seafood Buffet in Golden Strip Plaza has all the seafood and sushi you could ever want.

They offer simple classics like the the tuna roll, salmon roll, and California roll.

But they also serve original sushi dishes and other seafood, like crab legs and lobster.

8. Wicked Spoon Buffet at The Cosmopolitan

Wicked Spoon is a Las Vegas buffet that does things a little bit differently. 

Instead of loading up your plate with a ton of food, to the point of feeling like everything’s about to fall off, Wicked Spoon specializes in smaller, individually plated dishes. You get just as much food, but without as much bloat.

Plus, each little dish is unique- the buffet serves everything from ricotta creamed spinach to molten chocolate lave cake.

The overall ambiance of the place is a little more like a normal sit-down restaurant, with elegant glass fixtures and stylish wall art.

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