What else can you do besides gamble in Las Vegas? Most travel books and magazines will tell you to eat at a buffet! Las Vegas is famous for its variety of buffets. Though many of the upscale buffets have raised their prices over the years, there are still tons of delicious options that cost under $20.
These buffets are all located on the Strip or a short 5-minute drive away.
Flamingo – Paradise Garden Buffet (Rating of 3.5 on TripAdvisor)
Pricing: Weekly Brunch Buffet / Mon – Fri: $19.99
The big windows and high ceiling in the restaurant create a pleasant dining experience at the Flamingo, the oldest hotel on the strip. The made-to-order omelet and crepe stations, the Barbecue station (featuring smoked brisket and pulled-pork), the Cajun and southern-inspired dishes, and the flowing chocolate fountain are sure to keep your mouth watering!
You can even use Caesars’ Buffet of Buffets Pass here.
Luxor – MORE the Buffet (Rating 3.5 on TripAdvisor)
Pricing: Lunch / Mon-Fri: $18
MORE features a huge salad bar, homemade pizza station, tasty omelet station, and an array of cultural cuisines to satisfy your taste buds no matter where you’re visiting from. The dessert section even includes a number of gluten- and sugar-free pastries so you can sate your sweet tooth free from guilt.
The Stratosphere – Stratosphere Buffet (Rating 3.5 on TripAdvisor)
Pricing: Brunch / Mon-Sun: $15.99
If you’re looking for a variety of choices for a lot less, this is it! You can definitely get your money’s worth dining at the Stratosphere Buffet. There’s a carving station that will satisfy meat-lovers, American comfort food, Asian favorites, and southwest specialties. For the quality and choice of food, this price is unbeatable.
The Monte Carlo – The Buffet (Rating 3.5 on TripAdvisor)
Pricing: Lunch / Mon-Fri: $19.99
The buffet at Monte Carlo offers a variety of cuisines from all over the world. You can literally find everything in this buffet. Their fresh-made pasta bar is a must-try. Finish your meal with irresistible fresh-baked pastries and desserts.
The Orleans – French Market Buffet (Rating 4 on TripAdvisor)
Pricing: Lunch / Mon-Sat: $11.99
Although The Orleans is located off-strip, it is worth the 5-minute drive to give it a shot for its incredible price alone. The French Market Buffet has it all, from Italian, Mongolian and barbecue to American, seafood, Mexican and Chinese. One of our favorites is definitely the finger-licking-good smoked ribs.They are oh-so delicious!
Palace Station – Feast Buffet (Rating 3.5 on TripAdvisor)
Pricing: Lunch / Mon – Sat $7.49 | Dinner / Weekly $8.99
If what you’re looking for is an extremely affordable buffet to quiet your grumbling stomach, look no further! This is Vegas’ ultimate low-price buffet. For just eight bucks, you can try all the Italian, American, Chinese cuisine your heart (and stomach) desires!
Gold Coast – Ports O’ Call Buffet (Rating 4 on TripAdvisor)
Pricing: Lunch / Mon- Sat $9.99
Another great off-Strip buffet for an amazing price, the Gold Coast has a little bit of everything. It isn’t far from the Rio and Palms, so if you are staying at either hotel and want a quick feast, this is the place! Make sure you sign up for a player’s card for a tasty discount.
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