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Top 3 Buffets in Las Vegas

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Buffets are as much a part of Las Vegas as Elvis, gambling and dancing girls. Ask anyone and they’ll tell you their favorites. The truth is many of Sin City’s bountiful buffets may fail to wow you with delicious dishes. However, some restaurants and casinos offer amazing all-you-can-eat experiences you won’t find anywhere else. If you’re planning a trip to Las Vegas, and you don’t want to be hungry while you’re there, check out our list of the strip’s top three buffets.

3. Bacchanal Buffet at Ceasar’s Palace

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You know those things you don’t like about buffets, such as not enough variety or food being left out for too long? At the Bacchanal Buffet at Ceasar’s Palace, you won’t find any of that happening. Fueled by a massive $100 million overhaul, this epic buffet is lorded over by five chefs who prepare more than 500 different offerings per day. Dine on steak, fried chicken, fresh crab, lobster and just about anything else you could dream of. The buffet’s interior is designed with air, water and wood themes, providing an upscale feeling to an unforgettable buffet experience.

2. The Buffet and Wynn Las Vegas

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Leave it to Steve Wynn to create something really spectacular when it comes to anything that could be called a feast. In this case, Wynn treats your eyes as well as your stomach with food masterpieces that run almost from wall to wall. The buffet area itself is equally extravagant, with elaborate chandeliers hanging above the colored, vintage-styled dining room. You don’t need to be a meat-eater to appreciate the grandeur of this buffet; there’s plenty to make vegetarians and vegans happy, too.

1. The Buffet at Bellagio

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Everything’s bigger at the Bellagio, from its iconic fountain our front to its highly rated buffet. The Bellagio is consistently rated at the top of nearly every mass eatery polled in Las Vegas, and it’s not hard to understand why. How can you not be impressed by five huge dining rooms filled with all kinds of amazing foods? While the dining area lacks the grandiose of the Wynn buffet, the food is second to none. You’ll have a harder time choosing which foods to put on your plate than you will putting chips on the roulette table.

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