Almost the most expensive buffet on the Strip, the enormous spread laid out inside Caesars Palace will wow even jaded eaters. You’ll have over 500 different dishes to choose from, in addition to daily specials. Go sweet and savory for breakfast with red velvet pancakes, made-to-order crepes, fried chicken and waffles, and dim sum. Show up for dinner and get yourself a thick slab of prime rib or a bucket of king crab legs. Seafood is a specialty of the house, but the buffet also offers plenty of options for special diets including vegan and gluten-free meals. On weekends, the champagne brunch is served from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m., so you don’t even have to get out of bed early.
The issue with this buffet is that it is way too popular. Interactive advance-ticketing kiosks should help cut down on the waits. But you might find yourself queuing for an hour or two even after you return at the designated time printed on your ticket. Sigh.
Dress code: None. Casual attire.