Besides the tables and slots found in dozens of casinos and resorts, there is one other thing that Vegas is famous for, their buffets. You can work up quite an appetite pulling the slot arm, hitting 21, and taking in all the shows. What better way to take care of your hunger then a smorgasbord of tantalizing mouthwatering fare? William Bailey Travel invites you to take a closer look at a few of the best buffets Vegas has to offer.
They were definitely going for the biggest and the best when the built the $17 million Bacchanal Buffet at Cesar’s Palace. This massive buffet offers a gluttonous display of options. Your taste buds are not going to be disappointed here. The price of the buffet ranges in price depending on the time and the particular day and prices range from $15 to $50. Not bad when you can eat your weight in shrimp and crab legs.
The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas is another of the great Vegas buffets. This is much more than the normal salad bar/buffet you may have ordinarily been used to. You will be tantalized with creations such as crab legs, Thai beef, and watermelon salad sprinkled with feta just to name a few. The spread of food is a delight for the senses but so is the décor. Like everything in Vegas the décor is elaborate and a feast for your visual senses. Prices for the buffet range from $19.99 to $39.99. These priced vary depending on the time and the day.
Studio B is just 20 minutes from the hustle and bustle of the main strip. They obviously know what they’re doing though as it is a favorite among locals. That’s a sure sign a restaurant is doing it right, especially with the multitude of options found in this city. If you love ethnic food you’re going to be pleased with some of the options from Mexican chimichurri shrimp to Indian green curry chicken. If that’s not what you’re looking for you might be tempted with the perfectly cooked prime rib or the New York strip. The very best part of this place is that wine, beer and coffee topped off with one of your favorite liqueurs is included in the price. Prices start from $10.99 for the weekday breakfast, which does not include any of the adult libations to $39.99.
Gorging yourself on a buffet is a rite of passage when you are in Vegas. This city is known for gluttony and being over the top. These aren’t going to be your typical idea of a buffet, they are a feast not only for the palate, but all your senses.