The 15 Best All-You-Can-Eat Buffets In Las Vegas

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Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace

The Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace is the quintessential Vegas buffet for ballers (or ballers at heart). It took the buffet experience to the next level when it opened back in 2012, and in 2021—after more than a year of renovation and a multimillion-dollar investment—the behemoth buffet reopened with major upgrades and improvements. One of the largest buffets in town, Bacchanal spans more than 25,000 square feet with 10 kitchens, nine chef-staffed action stations, and more than 250 menu items.

Cost: Starts at $80 per adult


The Buffet at Wynn

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You’ll find a slew of Vegas buffet greatest hits at The Buffet at The Wynn—with 16 food kitchens (including a new eggs Benedict station), a Latin street food station, and even a sushi bar. Designed by Executive Chef Jason Duarte, the buffet offers more than 90 dishes in a bright and airy environment.

Cost: $47 to $51 per adult for brunch; $66 to $71 for dinner


The Buffet at Bellagio

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Bellagio features dishes well beyond the standard all-you-can-eat fare, with Italian, Japanese, Chinese, and American cuisines and live-action cooking stations. Desserts include fresh pastries and a personalized gelato stand.

Cost: $45 to $50 per adult for brunch; $67 to $75 for dinner (both with a $25 beverage add-on option)

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Wicked Spoon at the Cosmopolitan

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With a market dining experience, the Wicked Spoon is unique among other buffets on the Strip. Instead of large-batch buffets, here you’ll find never-ending tapas-style dishes presented with style. There are made-to-order signature dishes for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner amid a chic, cool atmosphere consistent with the Cosmopolitan image.

Cost: $38 to $49 per adult for breakfast/brunch; $45 per adult for lunch (all with a $24 to $40 bottomless drink add-on option)


The Buffet at Excalibur

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Not as posh as some of the other MGM resorts’ buffets, the buffet at Excalibur is a good option at an accessible price point. It offers endless variety for whatever you crave—think daily pizza specials, a carving station, nigiri sushi rolls, homemade pozole, and made-to-order crepes and omelets.

Cost: $29 to $32 per adult for brunch, with a $15 optional all-you-can-drink add-on


The Buffet at Luxor

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The buffet at the Luxor is another budget-friendly alternative to some of the other over-the-top buffets in town, but it offers plenty of solid options. It has a huge 30-foot salad bar, homemade pizza station, a carving station, an omelet station, dishes inspired by global fare, and a dessert station with freshly baked pastries and sugar-free options.

Cost: $29 to $32 per adult for brunch

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Circus Buffet at Circus Circus

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Come to the Circus Buffet for American comfort food classics—including eggs cooked to order—at a reasonable price point. The property is family-friendly, and kids under three eat free. Brunch is available Friday through Sunday and dinner is offered only Friday and Saturday.

Cost: $20 to $24 per adult for brunch; $22 to $26 for dinner


MGM Grand Buffet

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Located in the MGM Grand casino, the MGM Grand buffet is a solid mid-tier option with an expansive spread for breakfast, brunch, and lunch. Think made-to-order eggs, pancakes, pasta, ribs, seafood, and tons of dessert. Bonus: Children five years and under eat for free at all meals.

Cost: $28 through $37 per adult, with a $22 to $26 optional bottomless drink package add-on


A.Y.C.E. Buffet at The Palms

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Pronounced like “ACE,” the A.Y.C.E. buffet seats 250 people with seven food stations that take diners around the world: World Pan, Revival, The Greenery, The Roastery, The Hearth, Smoke & Fire, Sweet & Light. Weekly specials include all-you-can-eat lobster on Wednesday nights, a crab feast on Thursday nights, prime rib on Friday nights, and a weekend Champagne brunch to end them all.

Cost: $33 per adult for brunch; $37 to $65 for dinner

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Market Place Buffet

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The Market Place Buffet at Rampart Casino is the only buffet in Northwest Las Vegas. The affordable weekday lunch buffet starts under $20 (even less if you have a rewards card) and theme options throughout the week include a prime rib buffet dinner, aloha night dinner, deli night dinner, and a weekend Champagne brunch.

Cost: $20 per adult for weekday lunch; $32 for weekend Champagne brunch; $27 to $31 for dinner (with an $8 add-on option for bottomless beer and wine)


Border Brunch at Border Grill

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Get your all-you-can-eat fix outside of the technical buffet format at Border Grill’s Border Brunch. The weekend brunch offers table service—including unlimited small plates that are made to order and the option to add on bottomless mimosas, micheladas, and Bloody Marys. A few menu highlights are salmon avocado toast, chilaquiles, horchata French toast, and barbacoa Benedict.

Cost: $45 per person with a $27 add-on option for bottomless drinks


Galpão Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse

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The Brazilian-style buffet at Galpão Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse includes 17 cuts of meat for weekday lunch and weekend dinner. (Or, spend less for just the salad bar and all-you-can-eat hot side dishes.) Options include parmesan-crusted pork loin, bacon-wrapped chicken, grilled salmon, and picanha sirloin.

Cost: $48 to $69 per adult for the full experience; $32 for salad bar and hot sides

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Imperial Sushi Seafood Buffet

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Paging seafood lovers: Imperial Sushi Seafood Buffet has endless offerings in an all-you-can-eat environment. In addition to tons of sushi, expect crab claws, fried shrimp, lobster tails, and grilled oysters.

Cost: $25 per adult for weekday lunch; $40 for weekday dinner; $43 for weekend buffet


Señor Frog’s Drag Brunch

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Sure, Señor Frog’s Drag Brunch has an expansive buffet—and you’ll need it to soak up the alcohol—but the real draw is the drag show (and the open bar). The raucous ticketed event within Treasure Island is 21 and up only.

Cost: Tickets starting at $90


Nabe Hot Pot

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Bottomless sushi and shabu-shabu is the name of the game at Nabe Hot Pot, with a menu that includes dozens of sushi rolls, as well as nigiri. For the late-nighters, there’s an even more affordable hot pot-only option, available until closing at 2 a.m.

Cost: $26 to $30; $23 late-night hot pot only

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