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Best buffets in Vegas

What's the best bang for your buck buffet in Vegas? If so how much?

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M would be my guess. It vaires but around $20. Check there site for current prices. I liked it better than all the other place I have tried.

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Sorry, I don't remember the prices. My favorites are the breakfast buffet at Paris, lunch buffet at Bellagio or Wynn, and weekend champagne brunch at Main Street Station (less than $6 per person with the 2 for 1 coupon at vegasexperience.com with password REALVEGAS)

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mirage always has great food w/o busting your wallet.

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I'm not a huge buffet fan but in my experience, you get what you pay for on the Strip. The top-end offerings may be more expensive than the competition but they comfortably offer the best bang for your buck despite the extra cost. To suggest that Flavors at Harrah's is somehow better value than Wynn, Bellagio or Wicked Spoon at Cosmopolitan doesn't make much sense to me.

Off-Strip things are a little different. The Stations casinos offer pretty good buffets that are excellent value, especially if you sign up for a players card and get discount that way and there are other reasonably priced buffets worth checking out such as at M Resort.


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the best value for $20.

no restrictions on locations and day of the week. would be the M buffet.

It would have to be a lunch on a weekday for under $20 from what I recall. I think its $17.00

The buffet at that time tops even the dinner/weekend buffets on many places.

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My favorites are:

Spice Market Buffet at PH for breakfast.

Carnival World Buffet at the Rio for dinner. A little pricey, but well worth it with the massive selection they have, along with a huge dessert station which includes several flavors of gelato.

Can't remember the prices, but that can be found on their respective website.

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Paris for breakfast

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Get what you pay for is exactly right. I did Belagio for 40 and had a great meal with as much prime rib turkey or crab legs as I wanted. I also did one at Excalibur for just over 20 and got as much dried out roast or bad lasagna as I wanted.

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There are some buffets you just don't want to go to: Riviera, Strat, Excalibur, IP, Circus, Harrah's, Luxor and the like. That's stuff is nasty and you end up feeling cheated for $20.

If you really want to do buffets, put some more money and go to Bellagio, Wynn, Cosmo.

You'll be happy you did.

Or better yet, use that same amount and go to Grand Luxe, Bouchon.