When it comes to Vegas buffets, each gambler and gourmand has her own favorites. No delusional foodie or word-spinning journo can ever expect to challenge that. We all have our own tastes and temptations. But regardless of who you are, an important element of the perfect week in Vegas means hitting a monster buffet or three. The Vegas feast circuit almost universally combines mountains of seafood, a roasted meat carving station and endless crab legs presented in well coiffed beds of ice. Vegas buffets range from the simple to the sublime and many have options to fit whatever budget you’re on.
Depending on which food pleases your palate, you have choices ranging from seafood and salad specialists, to small-dish feasts and sophisticated boutique buffets. There are no bad choices here folks, so roll up your tongue and unhand your credit card on the way to excite your senses and stretch your belt size like never before. Below is a list of the best five mid to high-end Vegas buffets:
It’s all about profile in Vegas. And few if any Vegas buffets is more famous than Bacchanal, the uber chic feast at Caesar’s Palace. Boasting the grandest and most excessive seafood buffet on the strip, Bacchanal is a relaxed yet sophisticated venue that will be attractive and comfortable to both taste-makers and the average family. A $17 million upscale gourmand's delight, featuring fresh clams, oysters, king crab and sushi is sure to get your tastebuds trembling. Expect to spend between $25 - $50 depending on how much and what you eat. Internationally recognized chefs, nine live cooking stations, serving a 600 seat sleek venue complete with trendy music, do not disappoint. Gold medal dishes include the Wagyu mini sliders, red velvet pancakes, a sexy and savory lobster corn chowder and the roast duck. It’s not the cheapest big-meal ticket but with high profile chefs, many dishes prepared right in front of you and accolades from the worldwide food press, Bacchanal is not just a buffet but an extended and unforgettable cultural and culinary experience.