Las Vegas Buffets to Visit after the Pandemic

Las Vegas Buffets to Visit after the Pandemic

For a lot of people, it’s always a good thing when the all-you-can-eat buffets at Las Vegas have reopened their doors. These buffets were the first restaurants to close down complete during the pandemic lockdowns. After all, many fast-food restaurants were still able to offer delivery and drive-through services. That’s not exactly possible with the all-you-can-eat concept.

Some of the buffets in Las Vegas haven’t opened yet, and a few may not reopen at all. But here are some Las Vegas Buffets that will welcome you back:

1. Bacchanal Buffet

The Bacchanal Buffet used the lockdown of the early pandemic days to refurbish their look and selection. They spent millions on dollars for renovation, and they even added 30 more dishes served from their 9 kitchens.

Here you get even more choices in Asian cuisine, while vegetarians have more plant-based choices. They also offer Japanese Wagyu hotdogs, PB&J foie gras, and prime rib fire-roasted on a grill.

The place is open for dinner daily, and you really should get a reservation. The lines have been very long since the reopening.

2. The Buffet at Bellagio

This was once a place for over-indulging, but they’ve toned it down since reopening. They’re now only open from 8am to 3pm, with dishes mainly focusing on breakfast and lunch. You still can get great seafood (especially halibut, salmon, and shrimp cocktail), along with lots of Asian and pasta dishes.

3. Wicked Spoon

Wicked Spoon changed the buffet style when the place started, by offering premium dishes in the same quality as what you get at fine-dining restaurants. Except that in this buffet, you just get smaller portions. Instead of the “quantity over quality” thinking that was predominant in all-you-can-eat, this time quality came first.

They’re open for breakfast and lunch from Monday to Friday, and offer brunch for weekends. The great favorites here include bone marrow with short rib, prime rib, and simply delicious meatballs. You can also go for the spicy trofie pasta, Asian dirty rice, and an “angry” mac n’ cheese.

Then add $21, and you get bottomless booze for 2 hours.

4. The Buffet at Wynn

Here they tried out some scaled-down operations during the pandemic, but they’re going full-blast with 16 stations.

Diners tend to go for red velvet chocolate chip pancakes and lobster benedicts for breakfast and brunch. For lunch and dinner, you have a wide range of cuisines from all around the world.

The BBQ station offers lots of Southern-style comfort food. Pass by the Italian station, and get the Lasagna alla Bolognese and potato gnocchi. Try some Mexican fare and get the chicken mole and green chile tamales.

5. Garden Court Buffet

So far, this is one of the very few places that have opened in the Downtown tourist section. You’ll find it in the Main Street Station Casino, with a gorgeous dining room that really outshines many other buffet locations.

Here, the stations offer Asian and Mexican fare, and you can also go for Southern-style comfort food or a pizza. It’s open for brunch from 8am to 2pm every day, while dinner is available on Fridays and Saturdays from 4pm to 9pm.

Have fun at there Las Vegas Buffets, and stay safe!

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