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Of all of Sin City’s obvious sins, gluttony is one of the most fun. In no other city can you find such a huge variety of buffets offering up platefuls of incredible cuisine ranging from down-home to the seriously upscale, in an “all you can eat” setting. Forget about small portions, or leaving hungry—put your appetite to the test at these top buffets in Las Vegas.
The Bellagio Buffet at Bellagio
Average price range: $20—$60 
It doesn’t get much more iconic than this: Eat your way around the world by sampling the Bellagio buffet’s Japanese, Italian, Chinese and American eats after enjoying the show at their open cooking stations. Just make sure to pick something that complements your mojito or fresh peach bellini. Or your jean shorts (the dress code is refreshingly casual). There’s almost always a line during peak hours, but you can typically nab a table pretty quickly during lunchtime and brunch.
Studio B at M Resort
Average price range: $17—$40
In the mood for sashimi, prime rib, wood-fired pizza, stuffed grape leaves, oxtail soup or enchiladas? You can have ’em all at the Studio B buffet at M Resort, which serves up more than 200 dishes per day. Also among those dishes are some seriously indulgent desserts, including lemon meringue pie and crepes. The space is decorated with more than 100 massive screens, so you can learn about cooking by watching Food Network shows while noshing and sipping your beer or wine.
Carnival World Buffet at the Rio

Carnival World Buffet at the Rio | Flickr CC: Jack Miller

Carnival World Buffet at The Rio
Average price range: $25—$48
You can create your own dish at the made-to-order teppanyaki station at The Rio‘s Carnival World Buffet. If that’s not your thing, its multitude of world cuisines are bound to make your mouth water nonetheless—the seafood, dim sum, Brazilian and Vietnamese options ensure that there’s something for everyone, and that you’ll want to go back for more almost as soon as you’ve left.
Buffet at the Wynn Hotel

Buffet at the Wynn Hotel | Flickr CC: inazakira

The Buffet at Wynn Hotel
Average price range: $24—$50
Set in the beautiful Wynn Hotel, this buffet sits at the perfect intersection of fine dining and unbridled gluttony. Like every other place on this list, The Buffet features dishes from all over the world—waffle-battered fried chicken and Wagyu lasagna, among them. But just as exciting as digging into its vegan, vegetarian and very, very meaty options is just hanging out in the dining room. Their 15 live-action cooking stations put on quite a show, and the seriously fantastical, colorful decor will make you feel like you’ve stepped into a delicious culinary fairytale.
Le Village Buffetat Paris
Average price range: $22—$34
You’ll feel like you’re stepping into a quaint French village at Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas. That’s due, in part, to the regional French dishes like savory crepes and truffle mac-and-cheese, and due in part to the decor—it’s literally designed to look like a rustic, Provençal street. The live-action food stations and made-to-order options ensure you’ll get the French meal of your dreams. Best of all, you can actually reserve a spot via OpenTable, so you can saunter in and get right to the bon appetit!

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The Buffet at Treasure Island
Average price range: $20—$32
While not as big as other buffets, the Buffet at Treasure Island is a fair bit cheaper. But the selection is no less vast, offering barbecue, Italian, sushi, Chinese and prime rib. You can also tack on unlimited beer and wine for $12.50 per person.
The Wicked Spoon at the Cosmopolitan

The Wicked Spoon at the Cosmopolitan | Flickr CC: kennejima

Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan
Average price range: $25—$50
There are few things that could stop a dessert-lover in their tracks when facing down a massive dessert stand of cookies, cake pops and a gourmet gelato bar (think strawberry balsamic and salted caramel peanut). And yet the savory options at The Cosmopolitan‘s Wicked Spoon buffet may do just that. Best of all, the chefs portion out manageable dishes of lamb, roasted bone marrow, Italian classics and truffled scalloped potatoes to help save you from overeating (it’s still all you can eat, though). One Wall Street Journal writer also called it one of the best restaurants in America.
Delicious desserts at the Bacchanal Buffet

Delicious desserts at the Bacchanal Buffet | Flickr CC: kennejima

Bacchanal Buffet at Caesar’s Palace
Average price range: $30—$52
The Bacchanal Buffet definitely lives up to the indulgent atmosphere of the beautiful Caesar’s Palace. Whether you’re starting your day with made-to-order fried chicken and waffles andred velvet pancakes, or toasting to an evening on the town with Wagyu sliders and oak-grilled lamb chops, you may need a nap afterwards. Oh, and gluten-free and vegan eaters rejoice: There’s plenty for you here, as well.
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