Vegetarian/Vegan The Buffet at Wynn
Casino creator Steve Wynn famously went vegan nearly a decade ago, and Vegans, Baby founder Diana Edelman recommends the Wynn buffet for veg-minded diners. Her other picks include Palace Station, the Palms, M Resort and the all-vegan Govinda restaurant in the southeast Valley.
Meet the In-Laws Veranda Weekend Breakfast Buffet at Four Seasons
If you hope to end your meal with a surprise wedding proposal, may we suggest hiding the ring in a cranberry and blood orange mimosa? With its rarefied country club feel, the Veranda is perfect for elegant occasions. Standouts include frittata bianca, avocado toast, house-smoked salmon and cold-pressed green juice. It happens 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, and is $39 per plate
Another great option: The Jazz Brunch at Lakeside at Wynn.
Sound of the South Gospel Brunch at House of Blues
This down-home buffet is packed with Southern delights, and the weekly brunch is also a sweet deal—in addition to the food, $55 gets you an energetic and inspiring live performance—“a nondenominational participative celebration of gospel music,” as HOB describes it.
Value for Veterans
Cravings Buffet at the Mirage
Few military discounts are as generous as this: 40 percent off for U.S. military ID holders (and up to four guests). Better yet, entry includes unlimited beer and wine, and champagne on the weekends.
Bring The Kids Circus Buffet at Circus Circus
Children under 4 eat free, and the tariff is just $13 for those ages 4-10 (adults’ meals cost only $20-$21, by the way). Bonus: They can work up an appetite at the Adventuredome and/or Midway.
Mexican Fiesta Brunch at Border Grill at Mandalay Bay
Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., enjoy unlimited small plates—Peruvian shrimp & grits, brisket mini tortas, bacon jalapeño PBJ sandwiches, churro tots and more—for $43. And $25 more gets you bottomless mimosas, micheladas and Bloody Marys.
Gourmet Dinner The Buffet at Bellagio
On Friday and Saturday from 3-10 p.m., Bellagio’s buffet kicks it up a notch with its gourmet dinner service ($44), which includes luxurious finishes like ikura and tobiko caviar. For an extra dose of special, make reservations for the daily Chef’s Table (a $69 upgrade).
Another great option: The gourmet dinner at the Buffet at Aria features Dungeness crab legs, snow crab legs and king crab legs.
Midnight Craving Feast Buffet at Palace Station
This recently renovated spot features a rare Vegas buffet amenity: It’s open 24/7. With overnight (midnight to 8 a.m.) buffet prices as low as $8 with a casino loyalty card, it’s also quite the deal. In a twist on the traditional buffet organization, the Feast is laid out by cooking technique (hearth, wok, grill, cravery, healthy and desserts), rather than cultural origin.
Indian Interlude Mint Indian Bistro
Buffets are a great way to explore a new cuisine. You don’t have to “know” what to order; you can simply try a bit of everything. This beloved bistro offers a traditional lunch buffet at both of its locations. 730 E. Flamingo Road; 4246 S. Durango Drive.
Sushi Sampling Goyemon
There’s a particular joy in all-you-can eat sushi. It’s a “seated buffet,” where you can order anything from the menu, and the food is made-to-order and brought to you. With the motto “the best sushi for all people,” Goyemon is a great introductory spot for those who might be sushi curious. 5255 S. Decatur Blvd.
VIP Package Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace
This luxurious buffet is already the ultimate in indulgence. But in Vegas, more is more, which is where the #LikeACaesar reservation package comes in. For $98 total dollars, diners get a special reservation time, an “all-you-care-to-drink” package and an Instagram-worthy VIP seafood tower featuring king crab legs.