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Bellagio Buffet Menu – This is What You Can Expect!

You might already know… no one does a buffet like Las Vegas, baby. But, in case you haven’t yet crossed paths with the sophisticated breed of smorgasbords that sin city has to offer, you’ve come to the right place. There are several worthwhile buffets to choose from in town. Let’s dive right into what to expect at the Bellagio Buffet – menu, cost, atmosphere and all that good stuff. By the time we’re done, hopefully you’ll have decided if this buffet should be on your Vegas roster.

The Atmosphere

The thing about the Bellagio Buffet, is that it is a restaurant of duality. The juxtapose of its dated atmosphere that’s kind of giving old school Sizzler vibes and the quality, higher end food it serves is fascinating.

What makes it even more interesting, is that this is the Bellagio Hotel’s namesake buffet. The Bellagio Hotel prides itself on its swanky surroundings. Not to mention, having been named as the hotel of choice for the “rich” by CNBC, it makes it even more surprising that you encounter a self service beverage station and booth seating that is nostalgic of a truck stop diner.

beverage station at the Bellagio buffet in Las Vegas
The beverage station – coffees, tea, sodas, water, ice

But you know what? Despite its humble entranceway and even more ordinary dining rooms and decor, it really is a pleasant place to have a meal. Those truck stop diner booths are mighty comfortable, especially during a …shall we say… ambitious meal. You wouldn’t think that the buffet atmosphere at the Bellagio Hotel would be so homey and approachable, but it is… and it’s very pleasant.

booth seating at the Bellagio Buffet
The booth seating is so comfortable

The Food and Menu

It might be hard for the Bellagio Buffet to stand out, since it has major competition from headliners The Bacchanal and The Buffet at Wynn. Both of the aforementioned have reinvented the traditional self-serve buffet experience into elevated, gourmet dining.

Golden grilled cheese at the Bellagio Buffet in Las Vegas
Crispy grilled cheese & Tomato Bisque
Black Cast Iron skillet filled with seafood and corn at the Bellagio Buffet in Las Vegas
Seafood Boil
Meat and cheese charcuterie selection at the Bellagio Buffet Las Vegas
Charcuterie selection

In a sense, the Bellagio Buffet is setting itself apart by doing simple things well. You’ll find a broad selection of American fare favorites, including some comfort foods that you won’t find at The Bacchanal or The Buffet at Wynn like classic grilled cheese and tomato bisque or a little baskets of ‘fish n’ chips.’ There is also an extensive pizza selection!

Rotisserie Station at the Bellagio Buffet in Las Vegas
Rotisserie Station

There are options for diners with a more refined palette as well, such as bone marrow, oysters Rockefeller, gourmet macaroni and cheese and things of the like. There is also a considerable selection of worldly cuisine and some fine meats to choose from. If you are seeking a meat and seafood centric assortment, you’d likely be delight at The Bacchanal.

Let’s Talk Dessert

The Bellagio Buffet has a delightful dessert assortment, that outshines many other buffets, including The Bacchanal in every way. The Buffet at Wynn has an outstanding dessert assortment, but The Bellagio Buffet definitely gives it a run for its money.

Display of chocolate cupcakes, pies and cakes
Cupcakes, Mini Pies, Cakes
Display of a variety of candies, desserts and donuts at The Bellagio Buffet in Las Vegas
Cake pops & a variety of donuts
A display of an assortment of Macarons at the Bellagio Buffet
Assorted Macarons

The dessert assortment is one of the best ones in Las Vegas as far as buffets go. There is a varied selection with unique offerings such as cake pops, an array of excellent donuts and a gelato bar. The Bellagio buffet menu offers something none of the others do at the present moment – an assortment of fine, quality macarons. They taste like they were sent in from France… scrumptious.

Service and Cost

Like the majority of buffets in Las Vegas, you will also have a server whom will check in on you. I have had the same one twice and he is always incredibly caring, helpful and doting. Even though there is a self-service beverage station, he always offers to bring us our beverages. Sometimes, the machines do go out though, so it will be a necessity for your server to bring them.

Brunch service is served daily from 8:00am – 3:00pm and is $49.99 per person

If you attend for Brunch, in addition to all the aforementioned there is full breakfast offerings. You can expect a custom, live action omelette bar, french toast, bacon, sausage and pretty much all the traditional American breakfast fare you can think of.

Know Before You Go

The Buffet at Bellagio does not accept reservations of any kind, however, both times I’ve visited the line was very minimal and fast moving.

This restaurant is a great choice if you are seeking a comfortable, homey environment that still has an element of casual elegance to it. The service is very good. This restaurant is a favorite for how consistent it is and cozy it feels.

An excellent option if you like American comfort food or you are dining in a group with varied tastes. There really is something for everyone here, especially those who want high quality food, but doesn’t particularly favor cuisine that leans gourmet.

Don’t forget to tip your server! International travelers, the standard gratuity if you enjoyed the service is 15% – 20%. Of course, you can always tip more if you’re feeling generous – it is always so appreciated by the staff.

Any questions about dining at The Buffet at the Bellagio? Drop them in the comments below!

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