For so many years Las Vegas has been known as the land of the buffets, and even though it has become a dining destination with tremendous restaurants, the buffet is still going strong. Check out the 10 best buffets worth checking out, eight of them cost under $25. And if you are trying to stick to a budget in Las Vegas be sure to read our Las Vegas on a Budget post.
10 Best Las Vegas Buffets
Spice Market Buffet
Here at Planet Hollywood you will find a huge international selection of gourmet style foods, but the best buffet to indulge in here for under $25 is the breakfast buffet or lunch buffet. Breakfast costs just $17.99 for adults, $12.99 for kids ages 4-10, and kids 3 and under are free. One of the best items on the buffet is the potato pancakes and the can’t be missed! For an additional $12.99 you can get all you can drink wine, beer, and champagne.
Studio B Buffet
The M Resort Spa Casino offers over 200 items and a up-close and personal view of their cooking studio. What impresses so many that love this buffet is the eclectic variety of foods like the Mexican and Asian items. Oh, and the Italian that will make you come back for more. The lunch buffet here is super affordable under $25 too! Breakfast costs$24.99; Ages 5 – 8, $17.99 and lunch costs: $16.99; Ages 5 – 8, $11.99. Children 4 years and younger eat free. On Sundays from 9AM – 11 AM they include a complimentary Bloody Mary bar, champagne and mimosas, beer and wine. There are few things better than a champagne brunch.
The Bacchanal Buffet
Update: It now costs $39.99 for weekday brunch, which means it is now one of the most expensive, although still probably the best breakfast buffet in Las Vegas and they have a carving station.
I did find a deal for one: All-You-Can-Eat Brunch Buffet for One with VIP Line Pass, valid Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 10 a.m. for $35.99 at the Bacchanal Buffet.
Caesars Palace has one of the most luxurious buffets in all of Las Vegas, so if you are in the mood for a more upscale dining experience, than this is the place for you. With over 500 dishes prepared by a huge team of amazing chefs, this buffet has been voted by USA Today as the “Best Buffet in Las Vegas.” You will have to visit here on the weekdays for the breakfast buffet where it is priced at $25.
At the Mirage get ready to enjoy an all-you-can-eat breakfast right on the Casino floor. Prepare to wander the “international streets” of 11 food stations for breakfast and lunch. Unlimited wine and beer are included with your lunch too! The Cravings brunch will satisfy all of your Las Vegas food cravings after a night on the town. Both breakfast and lunch are under $25 per adult. Children 4 and under are free.
Plus, they offer a 40% military discount. Active military and veterans receive 40% off Buffet dining with valid ID for up to 3 guests. Includes Unlimited Beer and Wine.
The Buffet at Aria
Now here is a breakfast buffet that will definitely make your food dreams come true. There is New York style pizza, and dishes from North Africa and also healthy options inspired by Mediterranean cuisine. Omelet stations will certainly make you happy and fill you up for a fun day in Vegas. Breakfast buffet for adults is $24.99 and kids ages 5 – 12 are $12.50. Children 4 and under are free.
If it is a super relaxed atmosphere you are looking for in Vegas, then head to the Silverton Casino. The food is amazing and true to its name, the food changes with the seasons. Sunday brunch is the most popular and it’s so affordable at only $19.99. Don’t let the low price fool you because the quality of ingredients and food preparation is top notch. Kids 3 and under eat free. Kids ages 4-6 years eat half price.
Garden Court Buffet
In the downtown area at Main Street Casino you will stumble upon the Garden Court Buffet where ethnic dishes make it a popular choice. There are many selections of Hawaiian and Filipino dishes as well as American standards like steak, seafood, and tons of stations that will satisfy just about everyone. Sunday brunch is only $10.99 and includes champagne, so check it out!
The Buffet at Wynn
On any weekday breakfast for only $19.99 at the Wynn Las Vegas’ Buffet you can indulge in 16 live cooking stations, a carving station and everything from fried chicken to oven roasted prime rib. You will also find the largest offering of vegan selections anywhere on the strip.
Paradise Garden Buffet
The kids favorite buffet in Vegas is the Paradise Garden Buffet at the Flamingo hotel. As long as you don’t go for dinner, you will stay under $25. Weekday Brunch is $21.99, Weekend Brunch is $24.99 and Dinner is $29.99, and Kids 4-9 costs $10.99. My kids like it because there have a chocolate fountain and cotton candy.
Hot Deal – Get an All-You-Can-Eat Brunch Buffet for Two with Bottomless Mimosas or Bloody Marys, Valid from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. for $32 at Paradise Garden Buffet.
Carnival World & Seafood Buffet
If you want a seafood buffet, this one is solid and affordable! Inside the Rio Casino you will find the buffet most consider to be the best in Vegas. Breakfast is $8.50, Lunch is $12.50, and Dinner is $15. Kids ages 4 and under eat free and ages 12 and under get special pricing.
My favorite buffet is the one I consider to be the best buffet in Las Vegas, Wicked Spoon at the Cosmopolitan and unfortunately it costs over $25 so that’s why it is last. Brunch is $28 Mon-Thurs and Fri-Sun for $36 adult and dinner is $42 Monday – Thursday and $49 on Friday – Sunday. Kids under 4 eat free! Kid’s ages 5 years to 10 years pay $16 for brunch and $20 for dinner. Everything is served in tiny portions on small plates. It’s a great way to try a lot of items.
What is your favorite Vegas buffet?
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Where to Stay in Las Vegas
Cosmopolitan <- My favorite place to stay
The Palazzo <- My second favorite place to stay
Golden Nugget <- if you’re on a budget
The Luxor<- if your out of all other options
Caesar’s Palace <- Keep in mind my room was robbed the last time I stayed here.
Trump <- smoke free
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