Best dinner buffet

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  1. Nohal

    Nohal DIS Veteran

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    Looking for a dinner buffet and was wondering which casinos have the best.
     
  2. StageTek

    StageTek It's kind of fun to do the impossible.

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    The best is Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace.

    Close tie for second The Buffet at Bellagio and Le Village Buffet at Paris.
     
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  4. low-key

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    Im not A buffet guy, but I could add to this thread and say dont go to the buffet at Planet Hollywood, it was some of the worse food I ate in all my life
     
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  5. Ndusmama

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    I wouldn't go to Rio either. Belagio has a seafood buffet.
     
  6. usnuzuloose

    usnuzuloose Loosing Boo Boo

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    I enjoyed the Bacchanal , but very expensive. I also like the Rio buffet and the Wicked Spoon
     
  7. JeninBrant

    JeninBrant Earning My Ears

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    We liked the Wicked Spoon at Cosmo.
     
  8. bcla

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    I was there Thanksgiving Day 2013. It was a madhouse. I think the line was three hours long, even at $50. We didn't actually wait in line because some friend of ours had entered earlier and had a big table. We were allowed to join them and pay at the table.

    I think all the five-star casino hotels have good buffets including Aria. There's this place way south on Las Vegas Blvd that's supposed to have a great buffet. South Point. Also one at the M Resort in Henderson.

    https://southpointcasino.com/dining/garden-buffet
    http://www.themresort.com/dining/studio-b-buffet

    I think the cheapest buffet I've had in Vegas for a while was the breakfast buffet at the California Casino and Hotel. That's the one visited heavily by Hawaiians. It was only $5 but fine.
     
  9. oakleycat

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    Caesar's is the best! I like Paris a lot too, love the made-to-order crepes.
     
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  10. Ngwira

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    Caesars Bacchanal buffet..hands down. Avoid Mandalay Bay and Paris. Wicked Spoon is also decent. Next time we're doing the Wynn and Aria.
     
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