January 11, 2017
by Robert Mann
The digital food and entertainment platform, Time Out, has named its top 15 buffets in America. Las Vegas is home to two of the all-you-can-eat spots on the list including the first place Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace.
The Buffet at Wynn was listed in fifth position.
Time Out says, “For times when we’re feeling especially hungry, we head to the buffets, those hedonistic, all-you-can-eat spots where a dinner plate never has to be empty for more than a few moments at a time.”
Bacchanal Buffet, was the recipient of a $100 million renovation in 2012 and is described as better than ever, with more than 500 daily offerings, about 15 daily specials and its famous warm, baked-to-order soufflés for dessert. From dim sum to tacos to tuna poke, any craving you could possibly have will be satisfied here. Breakfast $30.99, lunch $38.99, weekday dinner $54.99, weekend brunch $49.99, weekend dinner $57.99
The Buffet at Wynn is described as “a standout” with 15 live-action cooking stations where you can watch tall-hatted chefs prepare Korean pancakes, Japanese sushi, Italian pastas and more to order. If you feel like drinking, you may opt for unlimited pours of beer, wine and select cocktails for $19 extra. Breakfast $24.49, lunch $26.99, weekday dinner $42.99, weekend brunch $35.49, weekend dinner $49.99.