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The Buffet at Bellagio

The Buffet at Bellagio Review

Step into the regal dining room, tricked out with opulent chandeliers and elegant artwork, and any hesitation that a buffet could be gourmet enough to deserve Bellagio's hefty price tag vanishes. Even the most discerning foodie should find something to like among urbane cuisine like venison chops, apple-smoked sturgeon, and (especially) elaborate pastries. Some say the Buffet is overrated and overcrowded, but don't be put off by the naysayers—if you skip items that you could easily get at any Vegas buffet (such as pizzas from the wood-fired oven), you'll do well here. The staff does a first-rate job tending to everybody's needs. If you want to try to avoid the dinner lines, show up right when dinner starts (3:30 pm nightly). You might be eating earlier than normal, but the tradeoff is worth it.

Breakfast $18; champagne brunch $36; lunch $21; dinner $32–$38

Updated: 07-01-2013

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