The extravagant plates match the extravagant setting at the Wynn buffet, where towering arrangements of flowers and fruit rival the Jenga tower of plates you assemble with every trip to the buffet line. Matzah-crusted fried chicken, ribeye steaks sliced to order, upscale tacos, and ahi poke are just a few of the 120 must-try items from the long counters and 15 live cooking stations. Come on Friday or Saturday for a fantastic seafood lineup, and check out the potato pancake station, serving latkes to order topped with smoked salmon, wagyu beef, and blueberries. It might be the single best item at any buffet in Las Vegas.
Plenty of things spring to mind when thinking about Las Vegas. All that neon, for a start. Gambling, of course. Brunches? You better believe it. You won’t have much trouble finding fantastic feasts in Sin City. The best buffets in Las Vegas come with lofty reputations, famous for expanding waistlines and fuelling all the hedonism this place is known for. The food also happens to be totally delicious. In Las Vegas, you can have your cake and devour it before going back for more.
Eating until you physically can’t eat anymore is one of the best things to do in Las Vegas, but always check the pricing in advance. Not only can you save some cash by avoiding peak times, but you might also even get a wall of pastries to yourself. If that isn’t the dream, we’re out of ideas.