Spending the day at the Neon Museum in Vegas really made us work up an appetite. You can’t go to Vegas without trying one of the amazing buffets and restaurants. Trust us when we say: this isn’t the normal, run-of-the-mill buffet. Our first pit-stop right after landing in Vegas was The Buffet at Wynn, voted the “Best Buffet” by USA Today. Thankfully, we got into town by the afternoon and didn’t eat much of a breakfast because when you’re feasting Vegas-style, you’re going to need to start on an empty stomach. Not only do they have great drink specials (we indulged in unlimited Mimosas for $15), but the buffet is definitely something to write home about with 15 live-action cooking stations. You can kick off your meal with an array of amazing salads and go from there. You can fill up on any cuisine your heart desires— they have it all from Italian to Asian to American comfort food. Make sure to leave room for dessert! For more info, click here.
Other buffets you might like to try:
Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace
The Buffet at Bellagio
Studio B at the M Resort Spa Casino
Seafood Buffet at Rio Las Vegas