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The 10 Most Expensive Buffets in Vegas


There is a famous cliche, "what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas." When it comes to spending time in Nevada's busiest tourist attraction, if what's staying in Vegas is the money spent on activities, entertainment, and dining, this statement holds true. One of Las Vegas's best attributes is the ability to cater to everyone as a city that has so much more to offer than just gambling venues.

Once upon a time, Vegas might have been an adults-only playground with casinos. Nowadays, it is just as capable of providing full family entertainment as some of the grandest amusement parks on the planet. With all that energy spent on having fun, sooner or later the appetite will demand to have its share of the action as well.

Throughout Las Vegas, it's just as well known for its buffets as its collection of entertainment venues. Just like hotels, there are some that cater to the lower-income crowd and some that are the most expensive buffets in the city. If the cost of good food is no object, the most expensive buffets in Vegas are easy enough to access for as long as you're willing to pay top dollar for it. When going over the price lists featured on sites like Total Vegas Buffets, the ten most expensive that stuck out at that time saw the price tag of a single seating reach the $90.00 USD mark.

10. Four Seasons Buffet, Four Seasons Hotel ($39.00 USD)

The weekend breakfast buffet at the Four Seasons sits at $39.00 per person. It starts as early as 8 AM and continues until 1 PM. As far as breakfast buffets go, this is so far the most expensive in Las Vegas. Is it worth it? Between the smoked salmon, applewood smoked bacon, homemade chicken sausage, and country-style pork sausage to choose from, yes it is.

9. Studio B Buffet, M Resort Spa Casino ($16.99 - $39.99 USD)

Studio B Buffet at the M Resort has a breakfast buffet that runs for $16.99 per person. From there, it goes all the way up to $39.99 per person for either the all-day seafood buffet or the dinner buffet. If seafood isn't your thing, at $24.99 per person you can go with either the prime rib brunch buffet or the dinner buffet instead.

8. The Buffet at Aria, Aria Resort & Casino ($21.99 - $41.99 USD)

Inside the Aria Las Vegas lies one of the most expensive buffets the city has to offer. Starting with a breakfast brunch at $21.99, the price escalates according to the occasion, all the way up to $41.99. At that price, it's for the gourmet dinner brunch that's offered. This buffet is laid out as stations that each behaves as a culinary world of its own. There is an Italian station, which is perfect for pasta fans. If you love your seafood, there is a fish station to cater to that palate as well. Tandoori caters to naan lovers while the carvery is a meat lover's paradise. These are just a few of the stations that is part of Aria's feature as one of the highest-priced buffets, as well as one of the most diversified.

7. Wicked Spoon, The Cosmopolitan ($38.00 - $49.00 USD)

Inside The Cosmopolitan, the Wicked Spoon states it's taken a twist on traditional buffet dining to a unique market dining experience. Starting at $38.00 per person, the breakfast buffet runs from Monday to Friday. On the weekend, it becomes a $49.00 per person brunch. Lunch buffets, which also run from Monday to Friday, are priced at $45.00 per person.

6. Bayside Buffet, Mandalay Bay ($17.99 - $55.00 USD)

The Gospel Brunch at Mandalay Bay charges $55.00 per person. The resort also has a $17.99 per person breakfast buffet, as well as a $21.99 per person lunch buffet, a $31.99 champagne brunch buffet, and a $32.99 dinner buffet. However, according to Gamboool, Bayside Buffet has been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

5. A.Y.C.E. Buffet at the Palms Casino Resort ($24.99 - $64.99 USD)

On the low end, buffets at A.Y.C.E. Buffet costs $24.99 per adult person. That may not seem so bad but when it's a lobster night on Wednesdays, the price becomes $64.99 per person. This now makes the buffet experience among the most expensive in Las Vegas.

4. The Buffet at Bellagio, Bellagi Hotel & Casino ($41.99 - $64.99 USD)

The weekday brunch buffets begin at $41.99 per person while the weekend dinner buffets are priced at $64.99 per person. When staying in a five-star rated hotel, having anything less than a five-star rated restaurant simply won't do. This includes a five-star price tag that suggests the price of an excellent dining experience shouldn't be something to squawk about.

3. The Buffet at Wynn ($37.99 - $69.99 USD)

As a breakfast, it's $38.99 per person to enjoy its buffet selection at the Wynn. From there, it shoots all the way up to $69.99 per person to enjoy its gourmet dinner buffet. If that's a bit on the high side for you, there's always the $64.99 dinner buffet option on Sundays if you'd rather go for that. It's regarded as one of the best buffets in all of Las Vegas and was even voted as such by the Southern Nevada Hotel Concierge Association. There are fifteen different stations located at this buffet location that each offer its own brand of flavors. In the culinary world, it's as close to a global experience as it gets for foodies with discerning tastes.

2. Caesars Palace Bacchanal Buffet ($64.99 - $79.99 USD)

Located on the infamous Strip of Las Vegas, the Caesars Palace Bacchanal Buffet, a buffet brunch will cost a person $64.99, plus taxes. From there, the prices go all the way up to $79.99 per person outing. The weekend dinner buffet costs an average of three dollars more per plate compared to the rest of the week. At that time, there is a bit more to offer and the establishment is aware it is during the weekends when more people go out to eat than on any other occasion.

1. Bally's Sterling Brunch at BLT Steak ($20.99 - $90.00 USD)

Most of the time, Caesars Palace Bacchanal Buffet would be the most expensive on average at $57.99 per dinner plate as opposed to Bally's Sterling Brunch at BLT Steak's gourmet dinner plate of $43.99. However, when factoring in the rare special occasion of a Sterling Champagne Brunch buffet, this $90.00 per plate price takes the cake as the most expensive in all of Las Vegas, Nevada. According to Review-Journal, it's been voted as the best brunch Las Vegas has to offer as well.

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Liz Flynn

Written by Liz Flynn

Liz Flynn has worked as a full-time writer since 2010 after leaving a career in education. She finds almost all topics she writes about interesting, but her favorite subjects are travel and food. Liz loves the process of researching information, learning new things, and putting into words what others who share her interests might like to read. Although she spends most of her time writing, she also enjoys spending time with her husband and four children, watching films, cooking, dining out, reading, motorsports, gaming, and walking along the beach next to her house with her dog.

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