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Want to know the BEST buffets in the Las Vegas strip?

So, I hear you’re looking for the best buffets in the Las Vegas strip? Honestly, I don’t blame you. Certain things are simply synonymous with specific destinations. For example, Paris? Romance. Guatemala? Volcanoes. Kenya? Giraffes and Safaris.

When it comes to Las Vegas, among a few other things, you think of the best, most grand buffets in the entirety of the USA. With this in mind, let me be your guide to the best buffets in the Las Vegas Strip. Opa!

What makes these Buffets in the Las Vegas strip the “best”?

So how did I arrive at these four buffets at being the best the strip has to offer? Here is the criteria that all of these buffets meet:

Delicious high end restaurant quality food, with superior ingredients

The buffet has a wide variety of options, a diverse assortment of “must try” dishes

The atmosphere and service is top notch

The overall experience is worth the money spent

The Bacchanal Buffet

The Bacchanal’s reputation precedes itself; often hailed as the “best” buffet in all of Las Vegas. It certainly deserves its well earned recognition. If you choose the Bacchanal, you’ve got a buffet experience akin to fine dining awaiting you. There are lots of gourmet small plates, a wide selection of global cuisine and even a bit of caviar in store.

This is also the place to go if you are a meat or seafood lover, because there is a wide selection of fine cuts and ample options of crab, lobster, oysters, shrimp and more. The Bacchanal is a delight for all!

A Bacchanal Buffet seating area
Burrata and apricot crostini
The Bacchanal Buffet entrance

Located in: Caesars Palace

Unique thing about the Bacchanal Buffet: Bacchanal is the place to go if you want an extensive assortment of meat and seafood, truly gourmet options and lots of delicious global fare.

Cost: Brunch (9:00am – 1:00pm) is $64.99 per adult and $32.50 per child ages 4 – 10. Dinner (3:30pm – 10:00pm) is $79.99 per adult 4-10 and $39.99 per child ages 4 – 10.

Note: Children under 4 are always free. Prices above exclude taxes and tip. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays only dinner is offered.

Here is my: detailed Guide to The Bacchanal Buffet

The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas

The Buffet at the Wynn is iconic in its own right. Between the colorful tapestries and the thoughtful decor, the restaurant is as much a visual delight as it is for your palate. You can’t go wrong visiting the Wynn Buffet. It isn’t as meat or seafood centric as the Bacchanal, however, there are certainly plenty of options.

The Wynn has the best dessert selection of the four buffets and arguably the best in town. There’s actually an entire room dedicated to all the sugary, pleasurable goodness, with just about everything you can imagine. Gorgeous, delectable, bakery quality selections.

The Buffet’s colorful decor
Sweet treats in the dessert room
Entrance to the Buffet at Wynn

Located in: Wynn Las Vegas Hotel

Unique thing about The Buffet at Wynn: It has an entire room dedicated to lavish desserts, if you have a sweet tooth, this is the place for you. There are also lots of uncommonly found “small plates” like small servings of bbq ribs and sweet potato fries and Cajun Shrimp and cornbread.

Cost: Daily gourmet Brunch: Adults are $54.99 each and kids are $27.50 each. Daily gourmet dinner: Adults are $74.99 and kids are $37.50. Prices exclude taxes and tip.

Here is my: detailed Guide to The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas

Wicked Spoon

I heard so much banter about Wicked Spoon before dining there that I was worried it wouldn’t live up to the hype. Good news. It does. In fact, Wicked Spoon exceeded any preconceived expectations. It’s also as clean as a new pin – I appreciate how pristine they keep the place.

Here’s the deal: this is the buffet you want to go to for breakfast or brunch. And spoiler alert, you have to… because they aren’t open very late. But, if you want to indulge in the best cinnamon walnut French toast with strawberry compote you’ve ever had, I shouldn’t have to twist your arm.

Located in: The Cosmopolitan Hotel

Unique thing about Wicked Spoon: When it comes to high quality breakfast options at a buffet, Wicked Spoon is unmatched. From brunch staples to gourmet delights, enjoy eggs Benedict, chicken and waffles and possibly the best hash browns you’ll ever devour.

Cost: Monday – Friday it’s $47.00 for adults and $23.50 for kids ages 5 – 10. Saturday and Sunday it’s $54.00 for adults and $27 for kids ages 5-10.

Here is my: detailed Guide to Wicked Spoon

The Buffet at Bellagio

The Buffet at the Bellagio is an interesting paradox.

On the one hand, this buffet is housed in one of the most desirable hotels on the strip. Sophistication and (Vegas’s version of) elegance is what the Bellagio is known for. However, the aesthetic of ‘The Buffet’ is channeling our warmest memories of the Sizzler franchise.

However, that’s not a dig. The Buffet at Bellagio is unexpectedly homey. There is comfy booth seating reminiscent of a diner and a nice mix of American comfort food classics, gourmet dishes and worldly fare. Of the four, The Buffet at Bellagio is great for those who want a very laid back environment and appreciate simple favorites like grilled cheese with tomato bisque soup and a wide selection of pizzas.

Bone Marrow
Seafood Boil
Live Action Taco Bar

Located in: The Bellagio Hotel

Unique thing about The Buffet at Bellagio: They have an incredible macaron bar and cake pop selection in the dessert section! This is the best option for homestyle “American fare” and American comfort food.

Cost: The prices are not listed on the website, however, I have confirmed the current prices with the buffet: weekdays are $55.00 per adult and after 11:00am it is $67.00 per adult. As of 2024, they have discontinued their dinner service and offer brunch from 8:00am – 3:00pm, daily. Children under 5 are complimentary, Children 6 – 11 eat for 50% off!

Here is my: detailed Guide to The Buffet at Bellagio

Know Before You Go

If you decide to dine at the Bacchanal or the Wynn, I recommend you make reservations in advance. Both places get extremely busy, so reservations will significantly reduce any waiting.

Wicked Spoon and The Buffet at Bellagio do not take reservations, walk ins only. The wait was brief both times I’ve dined at the Bellagio. I recommend arriving at Wicked Spoon as early as possible because it gets packed and the line gets long.

If you are not traveling internationally, I always recommend obtaining a players card so you can get spend credit for dining at the Buffet. It adds up fast and you could earn rewards for a future visit!

As always, don’t forget to tip your server 15% – 20% if you are happy with their service and the experience as a whole.

Have any questions about dining at ant of these restaurants? Drop them in the comments below!

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