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September 28th, 2018 at 2:21:59 PM permalink
I have been hearing good things about the Palace Station buffet since they re-opened it. Before, it was average, at best.

It is the order of the day in Vegas for buffets to start out strong and gradually go downhill. Nevertheless, the Wynn and Cosmo buffets have always been very strong. The one at Caesars is good too, but rather pricey and has long times if you don't have whatever card level is required to stand in the short line.
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September 28th, 2018 at 3:00:27 PM permalink
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Best Sleeper Buffet is at the M Resort. Friday-Saturday-Sunday their seafood buffet is the best in town. I believe it is $40.



Not sure how long it has been since you've been there. That place has been in a steady decline for the past 2 years. I still eat there though when it's free.
Surprised no one has mentioned the Bellagio. Along with the Wynn those are 2 really solid quality buffets with consistency.
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September 28th, 2018 at 3:15:38 PM permalink
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Not sure how long it has been since you've been there. That place has been in a steady decline for the past 2 years. I still eat there though when it's free.
Surprised no one has mentioned the Bellagio. Along with the Wynn those are 2 really solid quality buffets with consistency.



As a matter of fact, I ate there last week. We went on Sunday afternoon and everything was great. They recently sent me a 2 for 1 offer, so I will be going back there in a few weeks.
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September 28th, 2018 at 3:33:36 PM permalink
I always liked the Wicked Spoon. Havenít eaten there in a few years though.

Bellagio has gone down in quality, IMO. And itís always so busy. Even if you can go in the shorter line for a Pearl/Gold card it can still take a while.

I prefer the Aria buffet to Bellagio. Great food and never a line when Iím there.
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September 28th, 2018 at 5:57:47 PM permalink
Palace Station buffet is now open 21 hours per day, which automatically puts it in contention for best in the city.
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September 29th, 2018 at 1:19:10 AM permalink
Caesars and Wynn are GOAT for me.

Wicked Spoon is up there.

Very dissapointed in Aria buffet. Especially since it's a flagship MGM property. I like the Mirage buffet better.

I ain't paying no $50 for a buffet tho gtfo with that nonsense but I'll go if it's free to Baccanal and Wynn

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September 29th, 2018 at 7:18:54 AM permalink
I haven't eaten at a buffet since Wynn got rid of the big crab legs. I'm guessing that was six years or so ago.
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September 29th, 2018 at 9:57:55 PM permalink
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I have been hearing good things about the Palace Station buffet since they re-opened it. Before, it was average, at best.



With a Player's card, the Palace Station buffet for lunch is so inexpensive that if you have the time, it certainly beats fast food and is almost at the same price point. (The prices when I went a year or two ago with their free player's card (called a Boarding Pass), even with no action whatsoever on the card, were: M - Sa - $6.99 for breakfast (7 - 11am), $7.49 for lunch (11am - 4pm) and even dinner at $8.99 weekly 4 - 9pm.)

If it is now better than it was before, and at or close to that same price as before, would be an astronomical deal.
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September 30th, 2018 at 1:50:27 AM permalink
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With a Player's card, the Palace Station buffet for lunch is so inexpensive that if you have the time, it certainly beats fast food and is almost at the same price point. (The prices when I went a year or two ago with their free player's card (called a Boarding Pass), even with no action whatsoever on the card, were: M - Sa - $6.99 for breakfast (7 - 11am), $7.49 for lunch (11am - 4pm) and even dinner at $8.99 weekly 4 - 9pm.)

If it is now better than it was before, and at or close to that same price as before, would be an astronomical deal.



I was there two or three weeks ago and it was a fantastic deal; it had the same pricing as their old buffet (though there was signage saying it was temporary pricing, unfortunately) and what they had was competitive with more respectable places like The M. Mind, I was there for the breakfast-lunch gap, and seafood isn't my thing, so it isn't quite the best comparison.

They have little flavored boba and horchata shooters too, but those tasted artificially sickly sweet to me, unlike the juice bar (or whatever it's called) at Bacchanal.

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