6 Best Breakfast Buffets in Las Vegas: Highlights, Prices

No trip to Vegas is complete without experiencing one of Sin City’s renowned buffets, and when you wake up feeling hungry, what better way to start the day than an all-you-can-eat feast?

All buffets in Vegas include a brunch or breakfast option where you can feast on the popular eggs benedict and fill up on the omelet stations. Pastries are in plenty and if you are a vegetarian lover, the salads and fruits are going to be more than enough. 

These picks of the best breakfast buffets aren’t categorized by price but rather the quality of the offerings and the wide variety of options available. With that in mind, we have started with the most luxurious buffets in Vegas: Bacchanal Buffet and the Wicked Spoon!

Best Breakfast Buffet in Las Vegas

1. Bacchanal Buffet, Caesars Palace

Bacchanal Buffet

Opening Times

  • Brunch: Thus – Mon: 9am-1pm


  • Adults: $64.99
  • Children 5-10: $32.50
  • Children Below 5: Free


Bacchanal Buffet is the largest and most extravagant of all the Vegas buffets. They don’t technically have a breakfast sitting, but since the buffet opens for brunch at 9am, it’s still a great place to go and fill up on a wide range of breakfast and brunch dishes.

The buffet boasts 15 daily chef’s specials and nine live kitchens where cooks prepare the food as you watch, allowing you to sample a mind-boggling array of creations from the US and the rest of the world.


Since the chefs in each kitchen are constantly innovating, it’s hard to say what will be on offer at any one time. However, you’ll find all major world cuisines well represented, and the all-new roving dim sum carts are especially worth looking out for.

You’ll also see all your favorite breakfast items like outstanding eggs Benedict, scrambled eggs and a range of sausages – as well as a few other more unexpected treats such as green tea pancakes, crab avocado toast and truffle deviled eggs.

Reservations and dress code

Reservations are possible and can be made by following the link on the Bacchanal homepage. However, even with a reservation, wait times can be up to 45 minutes during peak hours.

Dress code is “casual”, so in other words, within reason, you can wear what you want.

Note that in Bacchanal, you only have 90 minutes to eat, which is shorter than most other places in town.

  • Address: 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
  • Phone: 702-731-7928

2. Wicked Spoon, The Cosmopolitan

Wicked Spoon, Cosmopolitan 2
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Opening times & Prices

Buffet Hours Price
Weekday Brunch Monday to Friday
8 am – 3 pm
Children (ages 5 -10): $23.50
Adults: $47
Weekend Brunch Saturday and Sunday Friday
9 am – 4 pm
Children (ages 5 -10): $27
Adults: $54
Holiday Brunch Specific hours vary from season to season Children (ages 5 -10): $31
Adults: $62
Bottomless Beverages (Mimosas, Bloody Marys, Champagne, Bud Light Drafts) Monday – Sunday
At all meals (90 minutes limit)
Regular: additional $25 per person
Specialty: additional $45 per person

The time limit on bottomless beverages is two hours. It includes mimosas, champagne, bloody Marys and Bud Light draft.


Wicked Spoon is without doubt one of Vegas’ best top-end buffets. It might not be able to match Bacchanal for the sheer range of food, but it makes up for it by offering a mix of classic favorites alongside some highly original culinary creations.

During the week, Wicked Spoon opens for breakfast from 8am to 3pm while at the weekend, you can enjoy an indulgent brunch between 9am and 4pm.

You’ll find seven different food stations, including dedicated breakfast and brunch bars – along with an Asian station, an international station and more.


Among the myriad delights at Wicked Spoon, look out for the smoked salmon with capers, onions, whipped cream and cheese served on a range of assorted bagels, the exceptional eggs Benedict or the more unusual Wicked Breakfast Pizza with maple hollandaise.

Other breakfast options include carnitas tacos served with salsa roja and pickled vegetables, the beef and lamb gyro with tzatziki, the lap cheong fried rice with Chinese black vinegar and the excellent dim sum selection.

Those with a sweet tooth – and a huge appetite – can even finish with a delicious dessert or two!

Reservations and dress code

Wicked Spoon is currently not accepting reservations for groups of under 20. For groups of 20 or more, you should contact the resort directly via the official website.

There is no dress code, so you can wear what you want – within reason. Just use your common sense if you don’t want to risk being turned away.

  • Address: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, 3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89109 – Level 2, The Chelsea Tower
  • Phone: 877.893.2001

3. The Buffet at Bellagio

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Bellagio brunch buffet prices & hours:

Mon – Fri
Brunch: 8am-3pm
Sat & Sun
Brunch: 8am – 11am
Sat & Sun
Seafood Brunch: 11am – 3pm

Children aged five to eleven pay 50%, below fives are free.

The beverage package is limited to two hours. It includes house wine, draft beer, mimosas, screwdrivers, margaritas and bloody Marys.


The Buffet at Bellagio has long been counted among the best in town, and although they call it “brunch”, it opens at 8am, so it might as well be breakfast – but just with a wider variety of delectable morsels to sample.

Like all the top buffets, this one boasts live-action kitchens where you can witness the beautifully prepared dishes being cooked up before your eyes.

As well as American breakfast and brunch classics, you’ll find other major cuisines all well represented – so your biggest problem is probably going to be deciding where to start.


A visit to this buffet will be a treat for the tastebuds, whatever your preferences. Look out for the corn beef hash eggs Benedict or the made-to-order omelets – as well as the juicy carving sausages if you love meat.

If you enjoy Asian breakfast, the lap cheong fried rice is not to be missed, along with the potsticker dumplings. Those who prefer a sweet breakfast are also well looked after with options like French toast, crêpes or cinnamon rolls.

Fish and seafood brunch-style options include Alaskan cod and Atlantic salmon.

Reservations and dress code

It’s possible to reserve a VIP pass to skip the line. You can do so by following the link on the official homepage. Without a reservation, the wait times can be long.

The dress code is “resort casual” – tank tops and swimwear are not permitted.

  • Address: 3600 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
  • Phone: 702-693-8112

4. The Buffet at Wynn

A High-Class Buffet Experience to Remember
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Opening times

  • Breakfast: Mon – Sun 8am-9am
  • Brunch: Mon – Thu 9am-1pm
  • Gourmet Brunch: Fri-Sun 8am-3pm


Mon – Thu   Breakfast 8am-9am $39.99
Mon – Thu   Brunch 9am-1pm $46.99
Fri – Sun   Breakfast 8am -9am $45.99
Fri – Sun Gourmet Brunch 9am-1pm $50.99
Daily Endless Pours Package 8am-3pm $30.99

Children aged three to nine can eat for half price, ten and above pay full price. Kids two and under eat for free. Prices can change during holiday periods.

The Endless Pours package includes limitless pours of select cocktails, mimosas, wines, and beers.

If you choose not to take advantage of the Endless Pours offer, non-alcoholic drinks (other than espressos) are included in the price.


The Buffet at Wynn is another of Vegas’ top high-end buffets and offers a short breakfast sitting on Mondays and Thursdays from 8am to 9am followed by a brunch sitting from 9am to 1pm.

From Friday to Sunday, there is no breakfast – but the gourmet brunch sitting runs from 8am to 3pm, so that’s even better!


One of the breakfast and brunch highlights at Wynn is the eggs Benedict station. As you’d expect, the basic eggs Benedict is as good as you’ll find anywhere, but for the more adventurous, there are options like lobster Benedict or smoked salmon lox Benedict.

The Mexican and Latin Station serves up pork tamales along with bloody Mary ceviche, or if you prefer to go Asian, there’s a respectable selection of dim sum and sushi.

For those who prefer something sweet, options like Belgian waffles with cinnamon or brioche French toast with white chocolate and crème anglaise will have your mouth watering.

Reservations and dress code

The Buffet at Wynn doesn’t accept reservations, but for groups of up to six, you can take advantage of pre-paid priority seating, which guarantees you a spot in the line and sees you seated quicker than walk-ins – within about half an hour at most.

The dress code is stated as “resort casual” and specifies that tank tops and swimwear are not permitted.

  • Address: Wynn and Encore Las Vegas, 3131 Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109
  • Phone: 702-770-3340

5. MGM Grand Buffet

MGM Grand Buffet
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Opening times

  • Breakfast/Brunch: Daily 8am-3pm


  • Mon-Thu: Adult: $27.99/Children (5-11): $16.99
  • Fri-Sun: Adult: $36.99/Children (5-11): $17.99

Children aged five and under eat for free.


The MGM Grand may be among Vegas’ most famous hotels and resorts, but the breakfast and brunch buffet there is extremely reasonably priced – this is one of the best value options you’ll find.

This buffet is famed for its wide range of American favorites, and from Friday to Sunday, the price also includes bottomless mimosas and champagne. For a $9 supplement, you can also add bloody Marys, Bellinis and margaritas.


Like any Las Vegas buffet worthy of the name, MGM Grand does a fantastic take on eggs Benedict. You can also enjoy a wide selection of other classics like sausage, bacon, smoked salmon, pancakes and waffles.

Other delights include prawn cocktail, sushi, roasted turkey, baked ham, fried chicken and even made-to-order pizza – and much more besides.

Reservations and dress code

The dress code is casual and no reservation is required – although you can book a table via the official site. Parties of 20 or more can book ahead – details can be found on the official site.

  • Address: 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
  • Phone: 702-891-6373

6. The Buffet at Excalibur

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Opening times

  • Brunch: Mon-Sun 7am-2pm


  Monday – Thursday Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Adults    $28.99 $31.99
Children (5-11) $16.99 $17.99
Children below 5 Free Free


Another buffet that’s known for value – and another that’s called “brunch” but opens at 7 am, making it a smart choice for a hearty breakfast too.

This has always been more of a traditional-style buffet, so don’t expect as many individual servings or the live-action kitchens of most high-end places.

However, for the amount you pay, you can’t fail to be impressed by the range or quality of the food on offer, making it a great pick if you want to experience a traditional Vegas breakfast buffet without having to pay big bucks.


Look out for made-to-order crêpes and omelets as well as the obligatory eggs Benedict. Alternatively, you can go for huevos rancheros, and there’s pork sausage, turkey sausage or applewood smoked bacon to choose from too.

Pancakes, cinnamon French toast, doughnuts and pastries are provided for those who like something sweet first thing in the morning, or you prefer something more exotic, opt for the sushi, dim sum or potsticker dumplings.

Reservations and dress code

The dress code is casual. Reservations are not required.

  • Address: Excalibur Hotel and Casino, 3850 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
  • Phone: 702-597-7476

Also Read: 8 Best Excalibur Las Vegas Restaurants

Honorable Mentions

Apart from the six buffets we’ve featured here, The Buffet at Luxor is another good option. It’s owned by MGM and is similar to Excalibur in both atmosphere and food offerings.

The Veranda Buffet at Four Seasons is also worth a look for those who prefer something a bit less intense.

Away from The Strip, two other breakfast buffets to look out for are the Garden Court Buffet at Main Street Station and The Market Place Buffet at The Resort at Summerlin.

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Back Open for Business

Buffets are such an integral part of the Vegas experience, so even though many have been lost, we can be thankful that some of the best have bounced back and are again open for business.

When it comes to breakfast buffets, there might not be quite the range of choices there once was, but there are still some excellent options available – and with our guide, you should now have a better idea about where to head.