Believe it or not, the best buffets in the US are right here in Las Vegas. Our list of buffets offer a large array of premium food options that’s guaranteed to give you an amazing dining experience.
1. The Buffet at Wynn Hotel
Wynn’s The Buffet serve 365 unique dishes that it can definitely overwhelm a first-timer. Lunch buffet is $27.99 for adults and $14.00 for children. Dinner buffet on the other hand costs $42.99 for adults and for kids, it’s $21.50.
2. Bellagio Buffet
The Bellagio buffet offers a wide variety of pizzas, beef dishes, pasta dishes, seafood and desserts. There’s a premium option which gives you unlimited alcoholic drinks. Price for the buffet is $68.99 and it’s available from 4 PM – 10 PM daily.
3. Wicked Spoon Buffet
Cosmopolitan’s Wicket Spoon buffet is modern and very chic. Your meals will be served in small plates but you can get as many plates as you want. This buffet features Korean beef, lamb, steak, risotto, sushi and so much more. The price for adults is $42 Monday – Thursday and $49 Friday – Sunday. Kids 5-10 years old price is $20. And for an additional $15 you can have unlimited alcoholic drinks.
4. Le Village Buffet, Paris (Las Vegas)
Paris Las Vegas’ Le Village Buffet is definitely over the top with an impressive assortment of food. It is open from 7 AM – 10 PM daily. Buffet breakfast price for adults is $21.99 on weekdays and $23.99 on weekends. Kids pay $12.99 on weekdays and $14.99 on weekends. Dinner buffet for adults is $30.99 and for kids it’s $17.99.
5. Bacchanal Buffet, Caesars Palace
Bacchanal Buffet in Caesar’s Palace is the largest in Las Vegas with 9 kitchens and 15 chef specials. You’ll find so many seafood, chicken, pasta dishes, an eye popping dessert station, Mediterranean and Asian cuisines. Price is $54.99 when you go there between Monday – Thursday and on weekends it’s $57.99.
There are also buffets from other cities that are just as impressive as the ones we’ve mentioned.
Red Apple Buffet, Chicago
Chicago isn’t exactly known for its buffets but The Red Apple Buffet is an exception. If you’ve never tried Polish cuisine before, don’t worry, there are actually many familiar dishes in their buffet spread. You find classic pierogies, herb-baked chicken, roast beef, tilapia and chicken noodle soup. The usual fancy dishes of a Las Vegas buffet aren’t to be found here. But, at $30 a pop, you get more for your money with quality food, great variety, and good service.
Jacob Restaurant, Harlem
Jacob Restaurant opened in 2009 and has become a go-to spot for foodies in Harlem, NY. Their buffet showcases many soul food classics, like Southern fried chicken, candied yams and collard greens along with a mix of Southern, Continental and Caribbean dishes. You’ll find unusual options like oxtail and turkey wings as well as well-loved comfort food like pork chops, spaghetti with meat sauce, meat loaf and more.
North Country Steak Buffet, La Crosse
At North Country Steak Buffet in Wisconsin, steak and other meats are king. This country-style buffet in La Crosse is known for offering many options for meat and side dishes at budget-friendly prices.
There are hot buffet items, a taco bar, cold salads, their famous soup and a dessert bar. But the truth is, everyone’s here for the grill, where you can order burgers, sirloin steak, chicken, or pork chops. Dinner price for adults is only $14.99 and there’s Sunday brunch for $12.99.
If you happen to be in the East Coast, you should include in your itinerary a trip to Captain George’s famous buffet. This nautical-themed buffet offers a large selection of fresh seafood such as snow crab legs, mussels, steamed clams, shrimp, crawfish, stuffed clams and deviled crab. They also have other entrees and sides including sirloin steak smoked beef brisket, soup, salad, rice and more. Price for adults is $47.99 which is actually well worth it.