To ensure people vacationing in Sin City get the best for their dollar, Tripps Travel Network is serving up its list of the top three buffets.

Tripps Travel Network Shares its List of Top 3 Las Vegas Buffets

Besides casinos, one of the first places people think of when asked about Las Vegas are the buffets. Mouthwatering spreads of seafood, desserts, salads and hand-carved meats can cause even the most austere of visitors to run salivating for a dinner plate.

Bacchanal Buffet: Located inside of Caesars Palace, the Las Vegas Review-Journal named Bacchanal Buffet the best buffet of 2013. It was also listed as the “Best Buffet in Las Vegas” by USA Today more than once. Visitors will find nine different kitchens preparing more than 500 different dishes. Some of the items change daily at the whim of the chefs. What is even more amazing is that each kitchen has its own culinary theme. Tripps Travel Network shares that Bacchanal Buffet’s made-to-order dessert crepe bar is the best dessert stop in the city. For a champagne brunch, stop by Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Golden Nugget: Right on Fremont, the Golden Nugget buffet has long maintained a reputation as being one of the best in Las Vegas’ downtown area. Tripps Travel Network shares that the wait staff is friendly and accommodating, which helps make visitors all the more comfortable as they partake of the buffet’s wide variety of dishes. Brunch is popular here with bottomless mimosas and an omelet station, but guests should not forget about Golden Nugget’s amazing seafood dinners, either. Tripps Travel Network recommends at least one trip to the Golden Nugget Buffet’s dessert bar for some bread pudding with bourbon sauce. The buffet closes at 10 p.m. each day.

Wicked Spoon: In order to avoid the waste that usually accompanies most buffet restaurants, the Wicked Spoon serves its portions on smaller dishes. Hungry travelers need not fear; this buffet’s selection is one of the best in Las Vegas. Tripps Travel Network knows that customers may select from such buffet staples as shrimp and mac and cheese to more adventurous fare such as bone marrow and goat cheese beet salad. Wicked Spoon’s happy hour is 5 to 7 p.m. This buffet is open every day of the week.

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