Vegas Food – Where to Eat in Vegas – Even More Buffets

Vegas Buffet Garden CourtWe know Vegas locals and tourists alike want to know where to eat in Vegas, and one of everyone’s favorite haunts is a good buffet. We’re ready to provide you with a couple more great suggestions for gorging yourself, or just some simple variety:

The Garden Court Buffet at Main Street Station has great value: $7.99 for weekday lunch; $10.99 for weekday dinner. Those prices are for members of the players’ club, but as any Vegas regular knows, membership at any resort players’ club is free and gets you lots of perks. Don’t forget Vegas on a Budget to help with your cheap Vegas tips and tricks.

The buffet at the M Resort south of the Strip in Henderson is a great deal. It won best Vegas buffet at the Las Vegas Review-Journal for 2010. It offers live cooking demonstrations, more than 200 items, including all the wine and beer you can drink with lunch and dinner. Lunch is $14.99 weekdays; dinner 22.99. Prices go to $31.99 on weekends when premium seafood is added.

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More Vegas Buffets – Best Vegas Buffets

Where to eat in VegasWe can’t pick a favorite Las Vegas Buffet, but choosing where to eat in Vegas is like shooting fish in a barrel–you’re bound to hit one and be happy. Here is a list of some of our favorite buffets:

The Buffet at Bellagio

You can get everything from Chinese dim sum to foie gras to crab legs to pizza fresh out of the wood-fired oven. The atmosphere is classy, and you’ll pay $19.95 at weekday lunch; $29.95 for dinner. Weekend dinner is $36.95, and weekend Champagne Brunches are $24.95.

Carnival World Buffet at the Rio

Rio Las Vegas has some fantastic desserts.You dont’ want to miss the seafood either. A bit pricey, but this will get the job done, and we’re hard-pressed to find a buffet that’s better, especially for the seafood lover. We reviewed it in more detail at our Vegas Hipster Blog.

Le Village buffet at Paris Las Vegas

French style decor and many favorites. Go here for more information.

Spice Market Buffet at Planet Hollywood

Variety of international food including Middle Eastern. Mexican, Italian, Asian, Middle Eastern and American. Top it all off with tantalizing desserts that are absolutely fabulous. Remember, Vegas on a Budget often has great deals on food and cheap buffet options, too.

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New Restaurants in Vegas

new vegas restaurantsAs one door closes, several new ones to restaurants have or will open. In light of customers opting to spend a little less on dining out, the Vegas restaurant scene has shifted appropriately to include affordably-priced dining experiences. Famous Washington, DC chef Michel Richard recently made his Vegas debut Wednesday with 24-hour cafe Central Michel Richard, the first all-hours cafe created by a James Beard award-winner. Central Michel Richard is in the main lobby of Caesars Palace and serves Richard’s signature California-French food. Planet Hollywood got two new places last month, with the Las Vegas Chocolate Shop and Lobster ME in the Miracle Mile Shops. Las Vegas Chocolate Shop offers chocolate bars, dipped strawberries and truffles, and even baked goods, sugar candies, and coffee. If you’re looking for a little bit more adventure in your eating experience, Lobster ME has you taken care of. They advertise the world’s best lobster rolls, lobster ice cream, lobster on a stick, and even lobster mac and cheese. Finally, a new gastro pub at the Venetian titled Public House will open by the end of the year.

If none of those restaurants whet your appetite, we have a ton more listed in our Vegas iPhone App to help you enjoy Vegas food to the fullest. Enjoy, and be sure to check out Vegas Hipster, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!

More Cheap Meals in Vegas

Vegas BuffetsWe have covered some cheap places to eat that are near the Strip, but what about options for the more adventurous in search of a good bargain? We have you taken care of! Here are some options that will leave you full and ready to get back into town with a heavier wallet than usual:

The Stations

These would be Boulder, Palace, Texas, and Sunset Stations, and they offer some good buffet food away from the hustle and bustle. Notice we say good, not great. If you’re looking for fancy food or presentation, look away, but if you’re in for a good, well-priced meal that will fill you up, any of the buffets here will do.

Terrible’s (site here)

As the name implies, you may want to pick and choose what to eat here based on the time of day. Late night, you can get steak, chicken, spaghetti, and more for only about five bucks. Perfect after a night of partying, and the breakfast deals run all day — pancakes, eggs, and bacon for three bucks. Not bad for food that’s not terrible.

Ellis Island Microbrewery (site here)

It’s about a block away from center Strip and the largest Super 8 we’ve seen. It has a great $8 steak special that isn’t on the menu; ask for it, however, and you get one of the best deals in Vegas food. Home-brewed beer and a Thursday pizza special complete a great value if you don’t mind the atmosphere.

We also have a great deal on where to stay–Circus Circus in Vegas. It’s perfect whether for a family vacation or just to enjoy the sights and sounds.

What Vegas values would you like to share with us? E-mail us and let us know what great (or not-so-great) Vegas food experiences you’ve had. Also, don’t forget to check out our Vegas iPhone App and check the hundreds of restaurants we have in our database, complete with price ratings for all the best food values in Vegas. For now, have a look around, and be sure to check out Vegas Hipster, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!

Want to Know Where to Eat in Las Vegas?

Las Vegas iPhone AppYou’re in luck. We at Vegas Hipster have all the inside information and personal experience to help you find your dining utopia, whether it’s just a quick bite, or a local specialty. Whether it’s fine dining, the best burger in Vegas, or a casual sports bar with traditional fare you’re looking for, Where to Eat in Vegas will have you covered. We will fill these pages in the coming days. You can get the brand new Vegas iPhone App here and track the hundreds of restaurants we have in our database, complete with reviews, photos, ratings, and contact information. For now, have a look around, and be sure to check out Vegas Hipster, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!