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Five casino buffets worth the gorge

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We’re crazy for the crab legs at the Buffet at Bellagio.
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1. The Buffet at Aria One of the most diverse buffets on the Strip boasts a raw bar, an extensive selection of Asian soups and dim sum and a Tandoor oven for fresh-baked naan bread. 702-590-8630.

2. Bacchanal Buffet From smoked meats to delicate desserts—and VIP reservation packages with specialty seafood towers—this feast is still the most talked-about buffet in Las Vegas. Caesars Palace, 702-731-7928.

3. Studio B Buffet The locals’ favorite is known for its weekend seafood dinners and Friday prime rib brunch, along with stellar service and friendly prices. M Resort, 702-797-1000.

4. The Buffet at Wynn Is the buffet as fancy as everything else at Wynn? Of course. And with 15 cooking stations, a rotisserie and imported charcuterie, it tastes as good as it looks. 702-770-3340.

5. The Buffet at Bellagio Long a buffet standard-bearer, Bellagio just added a selection of dishes from other resort restaurants, like chicken pad Thai from Noodles and Sardinian gnocchetti with pork sausage from Lago. 866-259-7111.

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