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Aladdin's Spice Market Buffet ("Best Buffet in Las Vegas" - 2003 Review-Journal Best of Las Vegas) (702) 736-7114 — features cuisines of many countries, including Asia, Italy, the Middle-East, American and Mexico. For a detailed listing, click: menu

Meals: Breakfast — M-F; Lunch; Dinner; Unlimited Champagne Brunch: Saturday & Sunday
Price: $21






Arizona Charlie's Boulder Wild West Buffet (888) 236-9066 — traditional American buffet, featuring a salad and fresh fruit bar. Their dessert station offers both sugared sweets and sugar-free desserts.

Meals: Breakfast ($4.29) & Lunch ($5.75 ) — M-FDinner — 7 days (Price varies. Tuesdays = Crab Legs & Prime Rib) ; Brunch — Sunday ($6.99)





Arizona Charlie's Decatur's Frisco Market Buffet (888) 236-8645 — American and international dishes; San Francisco-theme atmosphere. Seafood, pastas, prime rib, salads, desserts.

Breakfast - $4.99
Lunch - $5.99
Dinner - $7.99





Bellagio's The Buffet at Bellagio (702) 693-7111 — selections from Italy, China and Japan, as well as fresh seafood and traditional American delights. Live-action cooking stations — meals are made-to-order.

Meals: Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.
Price: Friday-Saturday — $33.95; Sunday-Thursday — $25.95




Circus Circus Buffet (702) 734-0410

Breakfast: $8.99
Lunch: $9.99
Dinner: $10.99




Hash House a Go Go (702) 804-4646; 6800 West Sahara Avenue — Not a buffet, but . . . ! Known for scrambles and hashes and huge portions for $9-13.





Main Street Station Garden Court Buffet (702) 387-1896 — seating for 540, majestic vaulted ceilings and Victorian "gingerbread" decor showcase nine action stations featuring American, Southern, Southwestern, Pacific Rim, Chinese, and Mexican foods, designer pizza and pasta, a rotisserie station and dessert bar.

Breakfast: Monday-Friday — $5.75
Lunch: Monday-Friday — $7.75
Dinner: Seven evenings — $10.79-12.98
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday — $9.95




Mandalay Bay's Bay Side Buffet (877) 632-7800 — Tropical water garden views.

Breakfast: Daily, 7 am - 10:45 am $12.75
Lunch: Daily, 11 am - 2:45 pm $15.50
Dinner: Daily, 3 pm - 10 pm $22.75

Champagne brunch: Sunday, 7 am - 2:45 pm $22.75





Mirage's Cravings Buffet (702) 791-7111 — Adam Tihany designed contemporary village of world flavors. 11 stations featuring American, Asian, barbecue and Italian.

Meals: Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Saturdays & Sundays: Champagne Brunch
Price: $16.50-22.50



Orleans French Market Buffet (702) 365-7111 — American, Barbecue, Chinese, Italian, Mexican, Mongolian, seafood — seven stations.

Open 24 hours a day
Price: $10.95-15.95




Palms Fantasy Market Buffet (702) 942-7777 — 10 station all-you-can-eat extravaganza of tastes from around the world, including American, Chinese, Greek, Italian, kosher, Lebanese, Mexican.

Breakfast: $5.99
Lunch: $6.99
Dinner: $11.00
Sunday Brunch: $12.99




Paris Le Village Buffet (877) 796-2096 — #1 on the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s “Best of Las Vegas” poll for three consecutive years — live-action stations, fresh ingredients and food cooked to order in a remarkable French village setting.

Each station is themed for a particular province and features an intricate façade designed to replicate the architecture of that region. Meals are prepared as they are ordered.

Two of their newest cooking stations include: La Raclette (from the French word “racler” meaning “to scrape”) features melted cheese accompanied by a medley of cured meats, steamed potatoes, assorted vegetables and French bread. La Grillade (grill), another new station, is displayed in the window of the buffet for passersby on Le Boulevard to see, features a selection of assorted grilled skewers of meat, seafood and sausages.

Guests dine in a village-like setting, where they may choose to eat outside in the town square or in a casual dining room by a fireplace. Each province’s cottage dining room is decorated for the region.

Meals: Breakfast — daily; Lunch — Monday - Saturday; Dinner — daily; Sunday: Champagne Brunch
Price: $21.95-24.95




Rio Carnival World Buffet — #1 on the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s “Best of Las Vegas” poll for 2004 (702) 252-7777 — Live-action cooking — pizza to omelets, sushi to teppan yaki, fresh carved meats to Asian barbeque plus 70 varieties of homemade pies, cakes and pastries, and nine gelato flavors, all made from scratch.

Breakfast: Monday - Sunday — $12.99
Lunch: Monday - Friday — $14.99
Dinner: Nightly — $22.99
Champagne Brunch: Saturday & Sunday — $22.99




South Coast's Garden Buffet (Opens early 2006) (702) 796-7111 — 625 seat buffet will feature six live cooking stations with an endless variety of all types of hot and cold food items including salads, desserts and selections from around the world.





Texas Station Feast Around The World Buffet (702) 631-1000 — Six stations: American, Chinese, Italian, Latin (made to order fajita station and specialty chilies and salsa bar), Mexican.

Breakfast: $5.99
Lunch: $6.99
Dinner: $8.99-9.00
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday — $9.99








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Guide to Las Vegas Buffets — Hours of operation, telephone numbers and prices for over 50 buffets.

Tip to remember when patronizing buffets that do not close between meals: Arrive 15 minutes before breakfast becomes lunch, or a similarly short time before lunch becomes dinner. Having paid for the less expensive meal, you can chow down on the more expensive spread at no extra cost. Thanks to Budget Travel maven Arthur Frommer!




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