Las Vegas Restaurants: 5 Best Buffets in Vegas

These Las Vegas restaurants offer some of the city’s best buffets

Many Las Vegas restaurants are famous for their buffets.

Las Vegas restaurants are among some of the best restaurants in the country. Whether it’s the Las Vegas restaurants nestled inside some of the world’s best hotels, or those that are selling some of the best burgers in the city, it’s easy to maintain an appetite when visiting Las Vegas.

Many of these Vegas restaurants have some of the best all-you-can-eat buffets, too. The Daily Meal set out on a mission to look rank the Las Vegas restaurants with the best buffets, because seriously, who doesn’t want to nurse a hangover in Sin City at some of the best buffets on the Vegas strip?

In order to assemble our ranking, we rounded up all the city’s buffets (both on and off the Strip), and judged them according to food selection, décor, price point, whether they include all-you-care-to-drink options, and variety. Not surprisingly, all the ones that came out on top were connected to the city’s massive resort hotels, and all sound like astoundingly delicious dining extravaganzas.

With more than 200 dishes available daily, Studio B at the M Resort Casino and Spa is one of the best buffets in Vegas.

Le Village Buffet at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino also offers an incredible buffet. The fun part? Stations here are grouped according to French villages: quiche in Normandy; chateaubriand and rotisserie chicken in Burgundy; pasta to order and braised beef in Provence; lamb stew in Alsace; steamed mussels, crêpes, and roasted duck in Brittany; and macarons for dessert.

Aptly named, The Buffet at the Wynn Las Vegas has a whopping 15 cooking stations, which is not only impressive but easy to get lost in. However, no matter what you choose, you can’t go wrong.

The top buffets in Vegas are Sterling Brunch at Bally’s, one of the most expensive in the city at $85 and available only on Sundays, and the Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace, which tops our list at number one.

Seating about 600, this buffet looks like an upscale restaurant, and the quality of the food served here would feel right at home at any of the city’s top eateries.