12 Best Casino Buffets Across The US

If you're the kind of person who loves an electric nightlife full of vibrant lights, enthusiastic crowds, and the chance to win a boatload of money, then you've likely found yourself in a casino at some point. Casinos cater to crowds who scoff at sleep and want to spend hour upon hour eager to walk away from a blackjack table or slot machine with a wallet full of winnings. Everyone loves the chance to increase their bank accounts with minimal effort, which is why casinos all over America are so popular.

Obviously gambling is the big draw at any casino, but staying hyper-focused throughout an intense bout of poker can really get your appetite riled up. Luckily, many casinos have amazing buffets inside that offer just as many enticing options as they do gambling opportunities. You can't crank that slot handle all night long without getting some grub to keep you pushing onward towards a win. So, if you're the kind of person who loves the risk of gambling as well as an awesome, unending feast, these casino buffets from across the United States have your name written all over them.

The Buffet at Wynn - Las Vegas

Las Vegas is certainly one of those places that completely sweeps you up in the nonstop excitement of its dazzling shows and vibrant casinos. You just can't fully appreciate everything the Sin City has to offer if you're walking around with a grumbling gut. So, if you're looking to treat your taste buds to quite an epic experience, The Buffet at Wynn, located in the Wynn hotel, has a plethora of options just waiting to nestle in your stomach and leave a smile on your face.

This buffet has a whopping 16 different stations (over 120 savory options!) all serving up different types of food, so the chances that there isn't anything you'd enjoy are slim to none. For an additional cost you can also add an endless drink package as well. One satisfied guest wrote, "Phenomenal World Class Buffet. My fiancé and I had a tremendous experience at the buffet at Wynn. The entire staff was spot on with the service and the food was marvelous. I definitely recommend having a reservation." Another agreed it was "a fantastic value for all of the different options you have."

Borgata Buffet - Atlantic City

After a several-hour stint pursuing everything the Atlantic City boardwalk has to offer, chances are you developed quite an appetite. Sure, you could opt for a boardwalk hot dog or dip into one of the many restaurants that line the wooden walkway, but if you really want to stretch your stomach to its limit, a buffet is the best option. That's what makes the Borgata Buffet such an enticing choice when hunger strikes.

The buffet is a sprawling white oasis of culinary wonders. It's so vast that it can almost appear overwhelming, but that feeling is immediately shelved when you start inspecting all the great cuisine it offers. In one raving review the guest wrote, "Absolutely fabulous meal enjoyed at the remodeled restaurant at Borgata. Service is always exceptional. 4 meals and no one was disappointed. The Prime Beef Carpaccio was the best I have ever had. The raw bar oysters were thoroughly enjoyed since I had a total of 24. Surf and turf, lamb chops, Chilean sea bass, and shrimp fra diavolo all thoroughly enjoyed."

Market Place Buffet - Las Vegas

If you find yourself plopped in the middle of Las Vegas, you better get your game face on because you have a whole bunch to do and see before you leave. Obviously the casinos and shows are a huge highlight, but scooping out the fantastic food options is right up there with them. Las Vegas is known for overindulgence, so you might as well hit up a buffet instead of ordering à la carte off a restaurant menu. One place you can feast until your stomach is about to burst is the Market Place Buffet located in the Rampart Casino.

Now, the buffet offers a huge variety of different types of food, but it also has special deals most days of the week. Thursday, Friday, and Sunday offer a prime rib buffet, Saturdays are an Aloha night dinner, and for eight bucks you can add an all-you-can-drink beer and wine option every day of the week. One guest wrote, "It is absolutely stunning the moment you walk in. They remodeled a few years back and just WOW ... The food ranges from American, carvings station, Italian, and more. Every single thing we ate was just so ridiculously fresh for being a buffet ... I highly recommend their pizza station and the sweet potato fries. Man we could not get enough. If you're looking for a good deal and quite the variety of food I definitely suggest trying this place out."

A.Y.C.E. - Las Vegas

If you're in the market for a spot that supplies you with endless plates of grub to satisfy that appetite you built up while at the blackjack table, the A.Y.C.E. (All You Can Eat) Buffet in Las Vegas is the perfect place to go.

This venue is huge (seats 250 guests), so get ready to put some steps on that Fitbit if you plan on exploring everything the buffet has to offer. There are seven different food stations cranking out delicious cuisine: World Pan, Revival, The Greenery, The Roastery, The Hearth, Smoke & Fire, Sweet & Light. Wednesday nights treat guests to all-you-can-eat lobster, Thursdays shower guests with crab legs, and prime rib flows like a river on Friday. One guest who dined during the all-you-can-eat lobster night said, "I don't even like lobster, but tried a lobster tail and it was delicious! The crab legs were good too! My wife consumed several lobster tails ... Every single item I tried was so delicious! ... I would love to go again!"

Bacchanal Buffet, Caesars Palace - Las Vegas

When you're in Las Vegas, you have the urge to treat yourself, and why not? You're in one of the most visually dazzling epicenters of stimulus in the country, so you might as well go all in. That means when it comes to dining, you should eat like royalty, and what better place to do that than at a palace? Caesar's Palace, to be exact. After a few rounds at the roulette table you can treat yourself to a feast fit for a king at the Bacchanal Buffet.

Hailed as "the largest buffet in Vegas," this 25,000 square foot eatery is truly a sight to behold. With 10 kitchens, nine chef-attended action stations, and over 250 menu items, your appetite will immediately attain nirvana when you step inside. One guest wrote, "Food is amazing quality, fresh, great tastes from many cultures including Filipino food, Mexican food, sushi, Italian food, and a variety of seafood options. Crab legs were fresh and yummy with the melted butter. They also offer mimosas for the table for an extra charge but they were worth it. Definitely recommend for anyone who wants high quality buffet food and crab in Vegas."

The Buffet at Bellagio - Las Vegas

The Bellagio is a super popular casino in Las Vegas that's always full of energy at all times of the day. When that itch to take your chances to win some moolah strikes like lightning, heading to the Bellagio to get that satisfying itch is the right move. But you might not know that the Bellagio also houses an awesome buffet. The Buffet at Bellagio not only has appealing alliteration in the name, but it's chock-full of great cuisine, as well.

The Bellagio website says to "leave your misconceptions of buffet dining at the door." Some people might cringe at the thought of a communal eating experience, but here you're encouraged to put that notion high on a shelf and let the energy of the food carry you away to a culinary Shangri-La. As one guest put it, "Food is good! Good service! Excellent selection! From all you can eat sushi to bbq to breakfast, desserts, omelets, Asian food, brisket, salads, tuna, pizza, vegetables. They have healthy options as well. I come here a lot cuz we always stay at Bellagio every time we are here and I have never been disappointed!"

MGM Grand Buffet - Las Vegas

If you're going to take a vacation to Las Vegas, you want it to feel grand. Why would you settle for anything less? One way to truly embody a grand vibe is to book a room at the MGM Grand Hotel. Now you're living situation checks off the "grand" box, but you still need a dining experience that's nothing short of the same thing. Well, the MGM Grand has a buffet too, so your appetite won't have to settle for anything less than a grand experience.

There are several food stations to pick from here, as well as all-you-can-drink options. But it's not the food and drink that makes this place a great spot. The service is also worth the experience. One guest truly felt the warmth from all the employees, writing, "From being greeted and checked in by Monica, to being pleasantly guided to our table each morning by Alem and Rosemond, to the minute detail of servicing us and getting to know our servers personally with Carmen, Ambrocio, and Claudia, to the cooks like Joseph who not only cooks an incredible omelet, but can have a wonderful conversation and we enjoyed getting to know him." It's important to feel at home when you go out to eat, and this place certainly gives that feeling.

Wicked Spoon Buffet - Las Vegas

A name like the Wicked Spoon immediately catches your eye. It has a cool, sleek feel to it, and it makes it sound like you're in for a culinary experience so delicious it borders on sinister. Desert Companion Magazine gave it an award for Best Dessert Buffet, and Las Vegas Review-Journal gave it the Editor's Choice Best Buffet in Vegas. So this place has some bragging to do. Along with the food, guests can add all-you-can-drink packages for both standard and specialty drinks. Sounds like a wicked good time, right?

One guest, who not only enjoyed the buffet but Las Vegas as a whole, raved about the dining experience: "The menu is where this buffet really shines. Not only are items of exceptional quality, but there's also enormous diversity in offerings ... If you're looking for a high-quality all-you-can-eat meal in Las Vegas, Wicked Spoon is a fantastic choice. Easily landing in the upper-echelon of Las Vegas buffet options, Wicked Spoon offers unique culinary selections at a level of quality that one would expect from the swanky Cosmopolitan."

The Buffet at Excalibur - Las Vegas

The lore of Excalibur is full of excitement, so you'd expect a hotel using the name would be an experience that cranks your Las Vegas adventure from 10 to 11 real quick. But you can't just go having all that fun and excitement at a hotel and casino without developing quite an appetite. You could head to The Buffet at Excalibur to channel the excitement you feel at the casino and aim it towards your growling stomach.

There's a large selection of varied foods, as one guest explained, "There is a good selection of salad, Asian, Mexican, some sushi, Italian is mainly pizza, and a carvery — the beef and turkey was lovely. Then there is a large selection of desserts — if you can fit them in that is!" Another guest who explored quite a few options said, "The carving session was one of my favorites, great brisket and ribs. The ahi salmon was great, as well as the blueberry pie and the pineapple ... The Asian area was awesome! Loved the dumplings, egg roll, and the TomYum soup was to die for. It was so good I had two bowls. The Bok Choy was awesome as well as the Black Forest cake with real buttercream frosting and cherries, and the blueberry pie."

Serrano Buffet - California

If you find yourself on the West Coast basking in the California sunshine, why not do a little bit of gambling and eating as well? You can do both of those things at the Yamaava Resort and Casino in Highland, so you might as well live a little and take the plunge. After a long day at the slots, when hunger creeps up like a menace, you could head to the Serrano Buffet.

The buffet offers made-to-order pasta, pizza, a carving station, and a soup and salad bar, among many other things. There are over 100 savory and sweet dishes readily available, as well as weekly specials like Tuesday Latin Night, All-You-Can-Eat Lobster Night on Wednesday and Thursday, and Italian Steak Night on Sunday. One guest who normally doesn't frequent buffets found this one to really shine. They wrote, "I am not a big fan of buffet restaurants but I was pleasantly surprised at this place when I recently visited out of big time hunger. The restaurant is HUGE, clean and has plenty of tables ... Every item on my plate was fresh and delicious. It was so good, I made a second trip for the exact items ... The desserts were excellent and the overall vibe of this place was very good."

Eagles Buffet - Arizona

The name "Las Vegas" immediately conjures up visions of wildly bright lights, bustling casinos, and dazzling liver performances. But just because Las Vegas is the mecca of casinos doesn't mean you can't find a great one outside of Nevada. Casino Arizona offers guests a thoroughly entertaining experience without having to deal with the intensity of Las Vegas. You can gamble, see shows, and most importantly, head to the Eagle's Buffet to snag a whole lotta food when your appetite beckons.

Most days of the week offer some kind of special to entice your belly. You can get a great dim sum lunch and crab leg dinner on Wednesday and Thursdays, prime rib and seafood for dinner on Friday, varied international cuisine on Saturday, and you're treated to two complimentary glasses of champagne (or Bloody Marys) if you attend brunch on Sunday. One guest who attended brunch left a stellar review, saying, "Sunday brunch was phenomenal! ... Had all the fixings and lots of good options from breakfast to lunch! Staff was attentive and friendly. Loved the cinnamon bread French toast with lots of topping options including SPRINKLES! Highly recommend!"

Centennial Buffet - Colorado

The Rocky Mountain State is known for its luscious scenery, exciting outdoor activities, and of course, the Rocky Mountains. While you're visiting, the Ameristar Black Hawk Resort and Casino is a great place to post up while you plan your itinerary. The outdoors truly beckons you when you're in Colorado, but here you can spend some time inside hitting the slots, relaxing at the spa, and best of all, visiting the Centennial Buffet for a great dining experience.

The buffet has several different stations with varied cuisines, so there's a lot to explore. You can snag Thai Panang Curry from the Asian Station, Pork Carnitas Tacos from the Sabrosa Station, an array of sandwiches from the Waypost Deli, and finish it all off with ice cream from Lucky Scoop. One guest who loved their experience wrote, "You can't beat this buffet, it is like your taste buds lead you to each nation station that you visit. Eat there and you will see the sparkle that you taste!" Another added, "One of the best buffets we have been to. Excellent food choices and food was great. All-you-can-eat crab, Chinese options ... Also had ribs, salad options, chicken – just great."