Top Five Buffets for the Seafood and Meat Lovers

Las Vegas loves it buffets and its residents, guests and tourists love them back, thanks to the seemingly endless parade of food and drinks available. Of all the food offered, however, the seafood is arguably the most popular with the meats closely following behind. Indeed, whether you are a seafood or meat lover, you will find a buffet offering the best of them!

For Seafood Lovers

Despite Las Vegas being in the middle of the desert, you will find that its seafood are of the highest quality.

With 500-plus dishes and desserts, the Bacchanal Buffet is already a cornucopia of food. But if you have a seafood craving, you should order a whole fish or a whole lobster. You will get a whole fish, such as Norwegian mackerel, Golden Pompano, or New Zealand Tai Snapper, which has been seasoned with aromatic herbs, lemon, fleur de sal, and black peppercorn. You can also order an entire poached lobster, which will be served with a glass of either Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Brut or Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Rosé.

Be sure to drop by Studio B from Fridays to Saturdays because their seafood selection is among the best in the city. You will enjoy the Peri Peri shrimp, tempura shrimp, fried shrimp, and shrimp cocktail as well as the ginger crab, steamed clams and mussels, oysters, and Alaskan snow crab legs, among others.

Friday and Saturday nights are also seafood nights at The Buffet in Excalibur. If you are a fan of crab legs, you should come between 4 p.m. and 10 p.m. for an all-you-can-eat feast for just under $27 for adults.  

The Meat Eater

Las Vegas being a city of excess you will also find an abundance of meat dishes from grilled to stewed, sautéed, and everything else in between.

  • Garden Buffet at South Point

The barbecue buffet at Garden Buffet is the gathering place for meat lovers, thanks to its wide range of barbecued meats. You can feast on just about every cut of barbecued meat possible including bourbon- glazed pork loin and barbecued spare ribs, as well as other meat dishes like fried chicken, personalized burgers, and pulled pork, among others.  

Come on Friday night because it’s steak night where you can have all the steak you want from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. at a set price. Add vegetables from the 30-foot salad bar to assuage your guilt about eating so much meat.  

Are you ready? You should be because it’s just too good an opportunity to pass up!

Category: Eat Smart