3 Buffets To Try During Your Next Vegas Getaway

One popular spot. One hidden gem. One local favorite.

When visiting Sin City, it is a must to eat at a buffet at least once during your visit. Endless delicious cuisine from around the world? Sounds like a dream. The only issue is where do you go? It can be incredibly overwhelming when deciding which buffet to choose. With so many options, you want to make sure that you are spending your money on the one you’ll be happy with. 

Caesar’s Bacchanal Buffet - The Popular One

This is the creme de la creme of buffets. The Bacchanal is widely regarded as the primer place to go in Vegas, offering over 500 dishes in 9 globally inspired stations. You will have two-hours to feast on Wagyu roast beef, seafood, sushi, Mexican, lava chocolate cake, crepes and more in an upscale and beautiful dining room. This is the place to go for the person that loves variety and elegance. There will always be a line at this buffet, but for good reason. 

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Red Rock Casino’s Feast Buffet- The Hidden Gem

If you have a car on your trip to Vegas and don’t mind a 25-minute drive, head over to Red Rock Casino’s Feast Buffet. This buffet, which only costs $13–$26 depending on when you go, has a fantastic amount of options for a fraction of the price. Savor sushi, Mexican, Italian, prime rib and more in a roomy no-frills setting. Feast Buffet is definitely not the top-notch experience, but you are still able to eat a variety of cuisines that are made from high-quality ingredients. The casino itself is also beautiful, set next to Red Rock Canyon. It is a great off the beaten path destination.

The Buffet at Wynn- The Local Favorite

The buffet at the Wynn is where many Vegas locals will tell you to go. While it’s not as well-known as the Caesar’s buffet, it sure gives it a run for its money. The gorgeous interior makes for a phenomenal setting to eat in as well as a fantastic Insta pic. To top that off, the cuisine served includes made-to-order sushi, Jonah crab claws, a whole rotisserie wall, 39 dessert options, and that barely even scratches the surface. Every part of this buffet is very thought-out, and you will leave leave full, happy and wanting to come back the next day.

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With 70 buffets in the city of Las Vegas, it can seem impossible to know where to go. If you visit any of the three-buffets above, your meal will undoubtedly be filled with delicious food and an unforgettable experience. Viva Las Vegas!


Add these buffets to your To Eat List.

📍Caesar’s Bacchanal Buffet

📍Red Rock Casino’s Feast Buffet

📍The Buffet at Wynn