Bacchanal Buffet will also offer made-to-order breakfast dishes, such as omelets, crepes, and breakfast pizzas. If you have a bit of a sweet tooth in the morning, chefs at the buffet will also serve a stack of their signature red velvet pancakes. Executive chef Scott Green said, “We are offering the most items out of any buffet in Las Vegas. Personally, I believe this is the perfect size, the perfect outcome of what a buffet should be.”
Although Vegas has a plethora of fine dining options, the city hasn’t seen much in the way of luxury buffets in the past few years. Bacchanal is not only bringing to the table a menu of delicious dishes, but a décor that is every bit of a show-stopper as the cuisine. The 25,000 square foot venue will feature airy views of Caesar’s Garden of the Gods pool, as well as glass, wood, and steel accents for a modern dining atmosphere.
The luxury buffet will cost about $40 a person for dinner. Guests will be looked after by a team of 180 attentive restaurant professionals, ranging from chefs to hostesses. To learn more visit CaesarsPalace.com
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