Vegas Buffets: Cheap to Chic

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We can’t talk about Vegas without mentioning the endless, all you can eat buffets!

Buffets might just be the greatest kind of restaurant, especially for the undecided. Why should anyone need to? Well, there is one decision to be made… which Las Vegas buffet to hit up first!

Lucky for you we have compiled a list of CHEAP TO CHIC can’t miss buffets in Las Vegas.

Whether you’re in the mood for a specialty buffet or a one stop around the world, we’ve got you covered. Buffets are such a great way to get out of your dining comfort zone and try something new. If you don’t like it, no harm done. Maybe you’ll discover a new go to favorite.

Check our list below for the Las Vegas Buffets organized at three different price points.
Comment and let us know if we missed any of your favorites!

Under $29 – Chump Change

 

Feast Buffet

2411 W Sahara Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89102feast buffet las vegas, las vegas buffets
Located inside Palace Station Hotel & Casino
(702) 367-2411

You don’t have to travel the world to enjoy high quality international cuisine thanks to the Feast Buffet at Palace Station. Being located in the Palace Station hotel it is fitting that the Feast Buffet has several stations to choose from. Hand made prepared by a chef to your liking and filled with love! Choose from the pasta station, omelette station, and meat carving station. Better yet, don’t choose and try them all! Come to Feast Buffet with big appetites, their dishes are comforting and satisfying. Your wallet and belly will thank you.

Adult Kids(2-10)
Lunch (Mon-Sat) $11.99 $7.49
Dinner (Everyday) $16.99 $8.99
Brunch (Sunday) $16.99 $10.99

*boarding pass players club receive additional discounts
information here

 

Makino Sushi & Seafood Buffetmakino las vegas, makino sushi buffet

3965 S Decatur Blvd #5
Las Vegas, NV 89103
Located in Renaissance Center West
(702) 889-4477

Locals and tourist alike flock to Makino Sushi & Seafood Buffet. Sushi is one of those meals that tend to rack up the bill. At Makino cost doesn’t compromise taste or quality! Makino is not limited to sushi and seafood as there are many hot entrée options for even the pickiest of diners. From potstickers, crab legs, and BBQ short ribs to the more adventurous unagi and hamachi sushi. An abundance of salad options and who can forget dessert? Affordable price point for exceptional taste, you’ll soon see why there’s people lining up before the restaurant even opens!

Kids Under 11
Adults Under 5 ft Under 4 ft
Mon – Thurs Lunch $18.95 $9.45 $5.95
Dinner $27.95 $13.95 $7.95
Fri – Sun Lunch $19.95 $9.95 $5.95
Dinner $28.95 $14.45 $7.95

 

$30-$58 – Treat Yo’self

 

Wicked Spoonwicked spoon las vegas, las vegas buffets

3708 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Located in The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
(702) 698-7870

One thing that stands out at Wicket Spoon from other buffets is the fact that they portion out each dish to individual servings. Not only is it adorable but it helps with our eyes being bigger than our stomachs. Of course, you are welcome to take as much as you care to! You’ll find out of the ordinary dishes like frog legs, roasted bone marrow and lamb to the classics with a touch of jazz such as smokey mac and cheese. This buffet gets wicked with their food, wicked good.

 

Brunch Adult Kids (5-10)
Mon – Thurs $42 $20
Fri – Sun $49 $20
Dinner Adult Kids (5-10)
Mon – Thurs $42 $20
Fri – Sun $49 $20

Children 4 and under eat free when accompanied by a paying adult
Daily Express Takeout- $20

Bottomless Beverages
Bottomless beverage packages are available for an additional $15 and include mimosas, champagne, Bloody Marys, house red or white wine, or PBR draft (2-hour limit from time of purchase).

 

Bacchanal Buffetlas vegas buffet, bacchanal buffet

3570 S Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Located in Caesars Palace
702) 731-7928

With its extensive selection of items–more than 500 dishes–Bacchanal truly sets a new standard for buffets in Las Vegas. Described as a “Foodie’s Heaven” Bacchanal Buffet is the perfect splurge without the guilt. You’ll be enjoying some of the best dishes Las Vegas has to offer from poached lobster to caviar to prime rib to sushi. Located in Caesars Palace hotel the Bacchanal Buffet is place in a modern and vibrant setting. Peak times will often incur a wait (anywhere between 1-2 hours is normal), however Bacchanal has set up a virtual queue that will text you when your table is ready. Simply sign in at the kiosk and feel free to roam about without losing your place in line!

Brunch Dinner
Weekday $39.99 $54.99
Weekend $49.99 $58

$$$$ – High Roller

 

Sterling Brunchsterlings brunch, las vegas brunch

3645 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Located in Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel
(702) 967-7258

Sundays, 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Cost:
$95 (with all you can have Perrier Jouet champagne)

This exclusive luxury buffet is only open on Sundays. It is the mother of all buffets, crème de la crème. Where the lobsters, caviar, and champagne never stop flowing. Some may call Sterling’s brunch a Vegas tradition. Sterling’s is a very classic brunch – not a lot of frill and the variety of dishes here is more limited than its buffet neighbors, but you are sure to find the best and freshest quality around. From blue point oysters, rack of lamb, to slow roasted prime beef rib.

 

Buffet of Buffets 24 hour Pass (BOB)buffet of buffets pass

The ultimate buffet experience. This Buffet pass grants you access to 4 different buffets listed below. It is valid for as many visits within a 24 hour period. Only food and non-alcoholic beverages are included.

  • Paradise Garden Buffet
  • Flavors The Buffet
  • Le Village Buffet
  • Spice Market Buffet

Buffet of Buffets Pass is valid for 24 hours from the time of issue in which you can make your way as far as your stomachs will take you. Another thing to be mindful of is waiting times at some buffets, the pass adheres to a strict 24 hour validity. Be sure to plan your meals and account for those waiting times. Don’t worry if your pass expires during your dining time, once you’re in you’re golden!

A Buffet of Buffets Pass is
$59.99 per person plus tax Sun-Thurs and
$74.99 per person plus tax for the weekend and holidays
Prices are the same for all bodies, no children or senior discounts apply.

You may also upgrade your pass to include Bacchanal Buffet and Carnival World & Seafood Buffet at an additional cost for an even sweeter experience.

Bacchanal Buffet
Breakfast- $15/ visit
Brunch or Lunch- $25/ visit
Dinner- $30/ visit

Carnival World & Seafood
$25/ visit regardless of meal period

 

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