Caesars Palace in Las Vegas is the home to the $17-million, 25,000-square-foot Bacchanal Buffet. Offering more than 300 dishes for dinner and around 500 dishes total during the day from nine show kitchens, the Bacchanal’s selection is very impressive and like a Roman feast. It is probably the best buffet in Las Vegas and its not cheap, but well worth it if you plan it right. When it first opened in September 2012 the price range was from $19.99 weekday breakfast to $34.99 weekday dinner and $39.99 Friday and Saturday dinner. Lunch was $24.99 weekdays; weekend brunch is $31.99. In February of 2013 a Monday night dinner was now $45.99 so check prices before you go. My advice is to try very small portions of as much as possible, and of items you don’t usually see. I skipped over most of the Asian and Mexican foods because I can get them anytime in the city. Skip a meal before going, and don’t fill up on cheap foods at the buffet like bread, pizza or pasta. Go at off-peak times, and try to avoid it on Friday or Saturday night, or you’ll be in a very long line that could last over an hour. Plus you can get more food faster at off peak times, and get a better look at the food. If you can’t afford dinner there you should at least try the breakfast or lunch, which would be about half the cost. The Bacchanal Buffet is a great way to try lots of quality food, any foodie would enjoy it, take a gamble, this place is the jackpot of buffets!
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