The Circus Circus Buffet is one of the biggest buffets on the Las Vegas Strip. It does not compare with buffets like those at the Bellagio or Rio in terms of quality of food or breadth of presentation, but here you will find a decent selection of traditional buffet foods for extremely reasonable prices. The bottom line is that the Circus Buffet Las Vegas serves a sort of no-frills buffet option for those people that are looking to stay full, but save money while in Vegas. This could be a perfect option for a group of students headed to Vegas for spring break or a family looking to keep costs down while feeding the entire crew. There are often Circus Buffet coupons available from the front desk or at the buffet itself. You can also find Circus Buffet coupons online and through the Las Vegas Tourism Board.
The buffet is open for breakfast Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. The cost is a reasonable $11.49 and cheaper for kids four through twelve at just $7.99. Breakfast is the meal that gets the most accolades at this buffet and the one most worth checking out if you plan to dine here, but aren't sure when to go. Made to order omelets and waffles are at your disposal every morning and you will also find plenty of bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, cereals, bagels, pancakes and other breakfast breads, and the like. Also expect an extensive drink section, but do not expect the kind of service you might find at higher end buffets. The drinks do come in small glasses and you have to refill them yourselves, but for the price of the buffet and the range of food options, it is not an altogether bad deal. Circus Buffet is one of the best breakfast buffets in town if you want to fill up on a good variety of tasty food.
Just because the Circus Circus Buffet does not roll out the kind of spread you will encounter at the likes of the MGM Grand Buffet or the Bally’s Buffet, this does not mean that you will not find some nice items. For instance, there is an extensive salad bar that features a wide variety of soups and salad dishes, fresh fruit, breads and cheeses, and much more. There are also several carving stations where you can enjoy a variety of fine meats throughout the day. Lunch items include mashed potatoes, taquitos, pizza, pasta, and veggies. Lunch runs from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. and costs $13.49 for adults and $9.99 for kids.
Dinner hours at the Circus Buffet are from 4:30 until 10:00 p.m. and the cost is $14.49 for adults and $10.99 for kids. Expect about the same line up as lunch—from pizza to salad to tacos and shrimp. A carving station serves up a variety of meat and there are an array of simpler desserts to choose from. The salad bar is in full effect for dinner as well. Do not expect a gourmet dinner. For that, head to one of the more upscale hotels, but given that most of the fast food joints in the casino food courts will charge you $10 for a slice of pizza, this dinner buffet is one of the best deals in town for a large meal.
Circus Buffet coupons are not the only way to save money by dining at this already affordable buffet. You have the option of purchasing an all-day pass to the buffet for a reduced, fixed price. You can eat at the buffet as many times as you would like for a 24-hour period. There are discounted rates for kids and the all-day price for adults is very tempting. This could be a great arrangement if you already have plans to stay at the hotel. If you are traveling with small children who are pleased by traditional, cafeteria favorites, the Circus Circus Buffet may be the perfect option for you. Using the all-day pass will allow you to save a significant amount of money if you plan to be hanging out around the strip and wanting to eat on the cheap. Other cheaper options include the Golden Nugget on Fremont Street and the Rio Carnival World Buffet.