You did it, you are married! It’s time for your first feast as an officially married couple. The city of Las Vegas has countless options to enjoy yours after ceremony reception. Buffets are a popular preference for many couples. You get the most bang for your buck with never-ending choices. There is always something for everyone to enjoy as well.
Most hotels on the Las Vegas Strip offer buffets in their casino, so it can be hard to narrow down the perfect spot for you and your guests to enjoy after your ceremony. The Little Vegas Chapel has narrowed down the 5 best buffets for you to consider for your all you can eat appetite.
The Buffet at Bellagio
A favorite here at The Little Vegas Chapel, The Buffet at Bellagio reflects the luxurious feel the rest of the casino exudes. Chefs at The Buffet at Bellagio perfected the art of combining the freshest ingredients to create the best dishes from around the world. Consider going on Friday or Saturday night, where they dish out their Gourmet Menu!
Open Monday through Sunday from 7 am to 10 pm. Price Level: $$$
Carnival World Buffet at The Rio
There’s no better way to “experience the world” than at the Carnival World Buffet at The Rio. With over 300 selections to choose from, this buffet is perfect for families and friends to sit together and enjoy the food. Carnival World Buffet features a live-action kitchen which allows guests to watch the award-winning chefs create their perfect dish using the freshest quality of ingredients. The buffet also offers affordable and unlimited house wines and draft beers to add to your bill.
Open Monday through Friday 4 pm to 9 pm. Saturday & Sunday 10 am to 9 pm. Price Level: $$
Wicked Spoon at Cosmopolitan
Elegant and modern are the best words to describe both the Cosmopolitan and it’s buffet, Wicked Spoon. The chefs at Wicked Spoon work together to combine the best ingredients to create original and mouth-watering creations unique only to Wicked Spoon. The buffet has one of the best layouts of any other of its kind, with designated stations for meat carvings, seafood stations, and their different cultural inspirations such as Italian and Japanese. Wicked Spoon is known for its award-winning dessert bar, so make sure you leave enough room for sweets too!
Hours vary. Price Level: $$$
The Buffet at Wynn
Incredibly decorated with impeccable attention to detail, The Buffet at Wynn is not only one of the best buffets in Las Vegas, but also one of the most gorgeously decorated. Your guests will love the airy decor while enjoying the 120 dishes this buffet has to offer. Guests are encouraged to watch the food art take form with their 15 live-action cooking stations. Be sure to check out their chocolate fountain at the end (or beginning!) of your meal.
Open Monday through Friday 7:30 am to 9:30 pm. Price Level: $$$
Studio B Buffet at The M
Although technically not in Las Vegas, Studio B Buffet at The M is well worth the 20-minute drive to Henderson! Considered the go-to buffet for locals, Studio B has the best customer service of any buffet off the boulevard. There are monitors all around the buffet that show the kitchen so patrons are able to watch their next plate getting made! Enjoy complimentary wine & beer while indulging in their 200+ dishes. Prime rib dinners, seafood delicacies, a wide array of soups and salads, fresh coffee and espresso are just a few of the many options found at this buffet off the strip.
Hours vary. Price Level: $$