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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 special seafood lineup, and make sure to check out the potato pancake station, serving latkes to order topped with your choice of smoked salmon, wagyu beef and blueberries. It might actually be the single best item at any buffet in Las Vegas.
You won’t have trouble finding the best buffet in Vegas. Las Vegas buffets are legendary, and for good reason. Way back in the 1940s, the casinos found a way to keep gamblers inside with ridiculous amounts of well-priced food that could be easily turned over via an ever-sprawling buffet system. The source of countless feasts (and the butt of a thousand jokes), these buffets are among the best things to do in Vegas. Where else can you find rows upon rows of tasty crowd-pleasing fare — everything from macarons and mac ’n’ cheese to sushi, roasts and pizza — beckoning under bright casino lights?
Whether you want to down the equivalent of a day’s meal for one reasonably low price or to indulge in a luxurious brunch of lobster tails and champagne, the best buffets in Las Vegas are happy to oblige … and oblige … and oblige.
Check out our favorite places to partake in a Strip tradition, then make a beeline for the one that speaks to you, grab an empty plate and go wild. Veteran buffet-goers know that it’s always wise to check the pricing in advance; not only can you save some cash by avoiding peak times (e.g. weekend dinner hours), you’ll also be more likely to have an entire wall of pastries to yourself.
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