Forbes Names Top Vegas Buffets
If any city is a smorgasboard of buffets, Vegas is it. From the cheap run-of-the-mill to the extravagant gourmet offerings, there is really a buffet to suit every taste and budget. In a new article on Forbes.com, the online arm of Forbes Magazine, Pascale Le Draoulec lists the mag’s picks for Sin City’s top ten buffets.
A quick look at the list:
- Carnival World Buffet – Rio
- Le Village Buffet – Paris Las Vegas
- The Buffet – Bellagio
- Cravings – Mirage
- Feast Around the World Buffet – Green Valley Ranch
- The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas
- Spice Market Buffet – Planet Hollywood
- Village Seafood Buffet – Rio
- Sterling Brunch – Ballys
- The Buffet – Treasure Island
Looking at their choices, it does appear that they favor Strip buffets more, with only three out of the ten residing in off-Strip resort casinos. Also of interest is that their choices range from the $65 a seat Bally’s Sunday-only Sterling Brunch to the Feast Around the World Buffet at Green Valley Ranch, which can be had for as low as $10.99 at lunch.
Many of these can also be had for a lower price via 2-4-1 or money-off coupons found in sources such as the American Casino Guide and the Las Vegas Advisor POV coupon book given out to paid members.
How about you? Do you have a favorite Las Vegas buffet? Let us know what it is and why.
In the meantime, if you’d like to know why Forbes picked these ten buffets, you can view their photo slideshow of the list.