Widely considered the best in the city, Bacchanal Buffet continues to impress. The space was just recently renovated (the large dining room is divided with glass partitions to make it seem more intimate) and the menu was updated with more than 100 new dishes added. There are 10 different kitchens with chefs preparing many items on-the-go. Diners will find everything from crispy lechón and japchae dumplings to grilled oysters and duck carnitas quesadillas. Be sure to save room for dessert—it may just be Bacchanal’s crown jewel.
Las Vegas has been synonymous with buffets really since the concept was first introduced to keep hungry gamblers from leaving the casino. Everyone had one. A number of buffets have transformed into upscale food halls over the years. Still, a few all-you-can-eat emporiums remain, providing a dining experience where variety and quantity are at the forefront. Looking to feast? The best buffets in Las Vegas satisfy all cravings and palates.
This guide was updated by Vegas-based writer Ryan Slattery. At Time Out, all of our travel guides are written by local writers who know their cities inside out. For more about how we curate, see our editorial guidelines.