Dining options abound in Nevada’s most seductive city, but recently Las Vegas welcomed a $17 million dollar, all-you-can eat buffet at Caesar’s Palace. Bacchanal Buffet is set to open Monday, where guests can expect a feast of epic proportions. Chefs will be busy preparing more than 500 dishes, from dim sum and sushi to South Carolinian shrimp and grits. Guests will watch as culinary experts whip-up wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas, lasagna, and prime rib.
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