A trip to Las Vegas usually consists of classic, outrageous activities, and finding the perfect buffets on the Strip is a part of that. Buffets are the perfect place to gorge after an especially indulgent night out, or to start an exciting night before one of the best Las Vegas shows. With so many different buffet offers, including live cooking stations and weekend brunch, it may be overwhelming to find the best buffet on the Las Vegas Strip. So, try one of these 11 decadent locations to find your perfect Vegas buffet spot.
Buffets On The Strip
1. The Buffet at Wynn
The Buffet at Wynn, of course, is located within the Wynn Las Vegas and serves all three meal options—breakfast, brunch and gourmet dinners. This buffet has a dedicated all-new station to design your own egg benedicts, as well as other stations serving Latin Street food, sushi and more. Waltz right up to any counter to receive access to almost any food you can imagine, or take advantage of delightful made to order buffet options.
If a buffet isn’t exactly your style, attend Sunday Jazz Brunch at Lakeside, a luxurious restaurant also at Wynn Las Vegas. Similar to a buffet, the Jazz Brunch consists of a prix fixe menu, with everything from croissants to Lakeside’s signature Alaskan king crab legs in a boat, all while listening to live jazz music.
2. Buffet at Bellagio
One of the more decadent buffets on the Strip, the Buffet at Bellagio rises up to the same level of luxury as the rest of this five star resort and casino. Here, visitors will not fill plate after plate of large amounts of food, rather, they will take a journey around the world with different culinary examples of cultural dishes. Wow your senses with Italian, Japanese and American dishes. Save room for a mind-blowing Bellagio dessert, either from your choice of fresh pastries or icy gelato.
We recommend the king crab legs, a signature dish at this upscale buffet.
3. Circus Buffet at Circus Circus
Looking for a build-your-own-omelet station, included in a delicious breakfast or brunch, or fried chicken to settle your stomach after a night of enjoying champagne? Look no further than breakfast, lunch, or dinner at the Circus Buffet at Circus Circus on the Las Vegas Strip.
Along with the rest of the family-friendly theme throughout the Circus Circus resort, children aged four years old and younger are free and have many different options to eat that they will enjoy. This is also generally one of the most cost-effective buffets otherwise, with the cost landing around $20 for an adult.
4. Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan
The Wicked Spoon Buffet at The Cosmopolitan not only has some of the best, most imaginative dishes of all buffets on the Strip. As a plus, it also offers bottomless alcoholic beverages. Choose between bottomless mimosas, champagne, Bloody Marys or Bud Light drafts. Enjoy as many as you would like, as long as you indulge for two hours or less. Remember: the Wicked Spoon only serves breakfast and brunch, no dinner, but you won’t be looking for something heavy after trying all of the food at the Wicked Spoon.
5. Sterling Brunch Las Vegas at Bally’s [TEMPORARILY CLOSED]
The Sterling Brunch Las Vegas is a fun brunch option on the Strip. This weekend brunch is only offered on Sundays, also served with bottomless champagne and endless amounts of American Sturgeon Caviar. That’s right, by visiting the Sterling Brunch, you will be able to taste as much caviar as you would like, so this is one of the priciest buffet options in Vegas. The venue has a luxurious feel, as you’ll enjoy these exotic tastes while sitting in a dark, wooden bistro.
Have you ever stepped foot within a buffet, in Las Vegas, that consists of over 25,000 square feet of cooking and dining space? You can eat at Bacchanal Buffet, which is located in Caesars Palace, and is exquisite enough for the wealthiest of the Roman kings. This buffet has nine kitchens, which deliver dishes like dim sum, Vietnamese dishes and vegan options.
This buffet features 15 total daily chef specials, so if you visit more than once, it will always be a unique delicious experience.
7. The Buffet at ARIA
At the Buffet at ARIA, breakfast, and lunch are served Monday through Friday for about $30, and brunch is served Saturday and Sunday for about $35. They also serve a gourmet dinner from Friday through Sunday for $46, and a regular dinner Monday through Thursday for $41.
Want to experience all of these options for yourself? Purchase an all-day pass for $60 on the day you would like to eat for all three of your meals; they will be covered by this purchase. If you add an additional $20, you will also receive bottomless beverages, of your choice between mimosas, Bloody Marys, rum punch, beer, wine and margaritas.
8. MGM Grand Buffet at MGM Grand
MGM Grand presents everything larger than life, and their signature buffet is no exception to this rule. The MGM Grand Buffet operates every day of the week, Monday through Sunday, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and is a lower cost option than other buffets located on the Las Vegas Strip.
You won’t find a mix of worldwide flavors here, as their main dish offerings include only American cuisine. However, you will love endless beer and wine, as well as the champagne brunches.
9. The Buffet at Luxor
Sitting on the same end of the Las Vegas Strip as the MGM Grand Buffet, another excellent buffet option is the Buffet at Luxor. If you’re a sucker for great salads, you will love this buffet, as it features a 30-foot salad bar. There is also a station for homemade pizzas and, and another station for rich, freshly made desserts. This location is closed Mondays and Tuesdays but is open Wednesdays through Sundays for brunch and all-you-can-drink fun. You won’t leave hungry, and make sure you save room for small bites of many different dessert options.
Buffets Off The Strip
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10. Studio B Show Kitchen Buffet at M Resort (TEMPORARILY CLOSED)
Another excellent buffet, located far away from the excitement of the Las Vegas Strip, sits inside the M Resort and Casino on the southern end of the valley. Studio B serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and is a popular spot for many locals that live near the area. Some specials at Studio B include a Seafood Buffet and Prime Rib Fridays.
Beverages are complimentary in addition to your buffet meal, just choose between beer, wine, espresso, and cappuccino during any meal, or mimosas, champagne, and Bloody Marys during Sunday breakfast buffets. Studio B has excellent food options, too, including three carving stations, rotisserie chicken, smoked salmon, dim sum, gelato and pastries.
11. Garden Buffet at South Point Hotel
For another excellent buffet option, head south of the Las Vegas Strip to South Point, located in the Silverado Ranch neighborhood of Las Vegas. At the Garden Buffet, you will find less expensive prices, yet just as many food options as the most expensive venues on the Strip.
For example, they too have many stations, serving almost any kind of food you can conjure in your mind. This includes six live cooking stations, Asian, Mexican, Italian cuisine, and a live carving station with Barbecue foods. Seafood is also in abundance, with crab legs and oysters served on Seafood Nights, plus, during Champagne brunch, you’ll love sipping bubbly while enjoying your pristine cut of prime rib.
Enjoy Every Buffet On The Strip
To choose the best buffets on the Strip for you and your party, consider these options first. Whether you are looking for something cost-effective, or something truly unforgettable, there is always something on the Las Vegas Strip for everyone.