The Bellagio buffet is one of the best and most upscale of any buffets in Vegas—a city known for its fabulous and absolutely expansive buffet scene. Located next to the O Theater, The Buffet is an excellent spot to enjoy casual dining between the hours of 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. each day. While there are a variety of restaurants at the Bellagio, most of your options here are more upscale and expensive. While the buffet is by no means cheap eats if you are looking for something on a Taco Bell scale, it is a great way to go if you want to sample a variety of foods and desserts, enjoy all-you-can-eat style, and the delicious cuisine that the Bellagio Las Vegas is known for.
The Bellagio Buffet is open from 7 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Monday through Friday. There is also a champagne brunch (champagne is all you can drink and included in the Bellagio buffet price) from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. It is very reasonably priced, especially in light of the broad selection of food at your disposal. Do not expect to encounter a pan of soggy eggs or wilted French toast at this buffet. Rather, live action cooking stations provide made-to-order omelets and waffles to go along with a gorgeous assortment of finely presented dishes that raise the bar when it comes to buffet presentation in Las Vegas.
The lunch buffet at the Bellagio is open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. As is the case with the breakfast buffet, you can anticipate a coupling of fine food and thoughtful presentation during the lunch hour. From wood-fired pizza and innovative pasta dishes, to build-it-yourself Mexican platters and soups and salad, there is something that is sure to please the palates of everyone in your group. Kids will especially enjoy creating their own ice cream dishes as well as the range of other deserts offered during both the lunch and dinner buffet hours.
The dinner hour is the best opportunity to enjoy a wonderful selection of gourmet items at the Bellagio Buffet. There are cold seafood appetizers including jumbo shrimp and scallops, smoked salmon, oysters, and crab claws. Although there is no carving station, you can have select cuts of meat presliced. Game hens, duck, and steak are just a few of the delicacies that you will be able to enjoy while staying at the Bellagio. The dinner buffet largely is comprised of seafood, American, Japanese, and Chinese cuisine. There is a gourmet dinner buffet served on Friday and Saturday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Additions to the menu for this delightful (and competitively priced) buffet include venison, buffalo, and Kobe beef.
You will not be sacrificing on quality or an inviting atmosphere when you dine at the Bellagio Buffet in Las Vegas. The wide assortment of items ensures that everyone along for the trip will be quite satisfied. There is far more to Las Vegas than just gambling and bright lights. The largest city in Nevada also offers excellent shopping, nightlife, and dining. One of the best ways to enjoy the dining in Las Vegas is at one of the premiere buffets, many of which are located in the major casinos throughout the city. It is not difficult to spend a substantial amount of money in Vegas. Taking advantage of the potential cost savings by eating at the buffet at your casino or hotel can add up to significant savings over the course of a vacation, while providing you with dining options a step or two up from the casino food court. Many casinos even offer a variety of buffet passes that allow you to eat at their buffet, and in many cases, a variety of others, for a 24-hour period. You simply pay a fixed price.