The 8 Best Seafood Buffets in Las Vegas 2024

Seafood is among the most expensive menu items in any city, more so in tourist destinations like Las Vegas. This makes it ever more important to find cheaper alternatives for seafood and none is better than Las Vegas’ seafood buffets.

Featuring lobster dinners and AYCE snow crabs, our top picks of the best seafood buffets in Las Vegas includes the high-end luxurious buffets as well as budget options.

The Bacchanal Buffet brings you fine dining with its turmeric grilled baby octopus while the budget-friendly Garden Buffet at South Point offers you its unlimited crab leg dinners.

Read on to find out the best Las Vegas seafood buffet for you!

Not Dedicated Seafood Buffets – But Still a Good Selection

None of the buffets on our list – with the possible exception of Friday seafood nights at South Point’s Garden buffet – are dedicated seafood buffets.

Rather, we have chosen seven of the best Vegas buffets that have made a comeback post-covid where you will find the best selection of seafood – as well as a whole range of other food items that are sure to make your mouth water.

Bacchanal Buffet, Caesars Palace


Caesars Palace Bacchanal Buffet

Las Vegas’ largest and most extravagant buffet has reopened its doors following the covid-enforced hiatus, and now it’s arguably bigger and better than ever.

With nine live kitchens and a mind-boggling array of food stations representing the world’s major cuisines, this is a buffet that truly has something for everyone.

Seafood highlights

Bacchanal Buffet Seafood
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Bacchanal Buffet Seafood 2
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Among the myriad eating options on offer, Bacchanal Buffet has always been known for its seafood selection. You’ll find crabs legs – both cold and steamed – turmeric grilled baby octopus, fresh lobster bisque soup, oysters, seafood boil bags and far more besides.

What else do they serve?

The various kitchens at Bacchanal are constantly innovating and rotating their dishes, so you’ll always find new surprises alongside all the classics.

The carvery, the Asian station and the Mexican and Latin American area are always popular. Also, be sure to check out the dessert section for an impressive range of sweet treats – if you still have space!

Opening times and prices

Buffet Meals Adults (Over 10 years old) Children (4 – 10 years old)
Regular Brunch

(Thursday – Monday: 9 am – 1 pm)

$64.99 $32.50
Crab Brunch
(Thursday – Monday: 1 pm – 3 pm)
$79.99 $39.99
(Tuesday & Wednesday: 3:30 pm – 10 pmThursday – Monday: 3 pm – 10 pm)
$79.99 $39.99
All You Care To Drink $19.99**  

Kids 5-10 around half price (Depending on which day and which sitting), kids below 5 free.

**This includes draft beers, house wines, sangria, and mimosas. There is also unlimited champagne on this list during special weekend champagne brunches. Add just $3 to receive a souvenir glass.

All non-alcoholic drinks are included in the buffet price and Bacchanal also offers discounts on their alcoholic drinks including:

  • 5 mimosas for $40
  • 5 Domestic beer buckets for $40
  • 5 Import beer buckets for $45
  • White wine & red wines for $16 – $20

Reservations and dress code

Bacchanal now operates a reservation system to help reduce wait times. You can book ahead at Walk-ins are accepted but expect to wait a long time during peak hours.

The dress code is “smart casual”, so you can wear what you want within reason.

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

The Garden Buffet, South Point


Garden Court Buffet 2

Away from The Strip and slightly different to the other buffets on our list, The Garden Buffet at South Point has a dedicated seafood dinner buffet on Friday evenings that also includes prime rib.

That’s not to say that there are no seafood options on other nights, and if you eat there any other night of the week, you’ll still have the option of peel-and-eat shrimp, among others.

Seafood highlights

The Garden Buffet Seafood

One of the main highlights of Friday seafood evenings is the crab legs. There’s also oyster on the half shell, peel and eat shrimp and several other dishes also incorporating shrimp.

The Southern fried catfish is also a dish to keep an eye out for alongside the sushi, nigiri rolls, steamed clams, golden fried shrimp, fresh salmon, and Chinese-style roughy.

What else do they serve?

Other than the seafood, the prime rib is the star of the show, but there’s also a whole range of other tempting dishes like roast prime rib. Look out for the Mongolian grill as well as the Chinese, Italian, Mexican, and barbecue stations.

Opening times and prices

Mon-Fri breakfast: 7am-10am $16.95 regular/$13.95 club members
Mon-Fri lunch: 11am-3pm $19.95 regular/$17.95 club members
Sat, Sun Prime Rib & Champagne Brunch: 8am-3pm $28.95 regular/$25.95 club members
Sat-Thu Prime Rib Dinner: 4pm-9pm $28.95 regular/$25.95 club members
Fri Seafood Night Dinner: 4pm-9pm $49.95 regular/$44.95 club members

Kids 4-8 half price, kids below 4 free. Seafood Night Dinner includes two glasses of wine, red sangria or draft beer.

Reservations and dress code

Reservations are not required. The dress code is casual.

  • Address: 9777 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89183
  • Phone: 702-796-7111

A.Y.C.E. Buffet, Palms Casino Resort


A.Y.C.E. Buffet
Source: @palms

Among the most recent to reopen its doors, the A.Y.C.E. Buffet at Palms Casino Resort is finally back.

Thanks to the combination of a wide range of high-quality food and surprisingly reasonable prices, A.Y.C.E. is known as one of Vegas’ best value buffets.

However, for seafood lovers who want something a little bit special – and don’t mind paying a bit extra – there are two options that will satisfy all your seafood cravings.

Friday nights are prime rib nights and snow crab nights, and Wednesday & Thursday dinners are lobster nights – and although these options cost more than the regular dinner, like everything else at this buffet, they still represent great value for money.

Seafood highlights

Wednesday & Thursday nights Seafood:

Fans of lobster will love the opportunity to gorge themselves on unlimited whole lobsters and lobster tails.

The $64.99 Wednesday lobster dinners are definitely worth it with their tender, fresh out of the kitchen butter poached lobster tails.

Fridays Seafood:

The lobsters are replaced by succulent chilled snow crab legs – as well as prime rib.

Along with these stars of the show, you can look forward to other seafood delights such as chilled or steamed shrimp, seafood ceviche, octopus salad and garlic butter spiced prawns.

You will also find yourself being tempted by piles of bright red crawfish, shrimp cocktail and dishes such as creamy shrimp and shell pasta. There’s also a good selection of sushi and sashimi along with several seafood dim sum options.

These are highly popular dinners with long waiting times that can span up to four hours. Reservations are highly recommended.

What else do they serve?

At A.Y.C.E, the different areas are organized by the style of cooking rather than country of origin, and there are seven distinct sections: World Pan, Revival, The Greenery, The Roastery, The Hearth, Smoke & Fire and Sweet & Light.

The Roastery and Smoke & Fire provide meat-eaters with all the honey-glazed ham, beef brisket, assorted sausages and roast chicken they can manage while The Hearth specializes in oven-cooked treats like pizza as well as made-to-order pasta dishes.

Revival is a health food enthusiast’s dream, with highlights including jackfruit coconut curry, The Greenery provides a wide range of salads, World Pan offers delectable dishes like Jamaican jerk chicken and Sweet & Light is where to head for desserts like peach cobbler.

Opening times and prices

Lobster Dinner $64.99 for Adults
$54.99 for Children
Wednesday & Thursday from 2 pm to 9 pm
Friday Special (Prime Rib & Snow Crab Dinner) $42.99 for Adults
$29.99 for Children
Friday from 4 pm to 10 pm
Brunch Buffet $32.99 for Adults
$19.99 for Children
Saturday & Sunday from 9 am to 4 pm
Dinner Buffet $36.99 for Adults
$21.99 for Children
Monday & Tuesday from 4 pm to 9 pm
Saturday from 5 pm to 10 pm
Sunday from 5 pm to 9 pm

Kids aged 3-11 pay children’s rates – those aged 12 and above pay full price while children below 3 eat for free.

The buffet is also open for various breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner sittings every day of the week.

Reservations and dress code

Reservations are not required, but you should expect to wait in line during peak times. No dress code is stated, so any casual clothing – within reason – will be acceptable.

  • Address:Palms Casino Resort, 4321 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103
  • Telephone:866-752-2236

The Buffet at Bellagio


The Buffet, Bellagio 1
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Perhaps the best word to describe The Buffet at Bellagio is “elegant”, which is only what you would expect at this classy establishment. The dishes on offer are creative and original, and each one is prepared with meticulous care to ensure it looks just as good as it tastes.

Note that Bellagio is currently only open for brunch – at present, there are no dinner sittings.

Seafood highlights

Bellagio Buffet Seafood 1
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Bellagio Buffet Seafood 2
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Seafood lovers will be in their element at Bellagio, with delights such as smoked trout, scallop ceviche and piles of juicy cold shrimp waiting to be sampled. They also have Alaskan cold crab along with shrimp salad among plenty of other deliciously tempting options.

What else do they serve?

If you want more than just seafood, you’ll be more than happy with the other food on offer. American, Italian, Japanese and Chinese cuisines and more are all well represented, and there’s also a particularly enticing gelato station to explore for dessert.

Opening times and prices

Mon – Fri
Brunch: 8am-3pm
Sat & Sun
Brunch: 8am – 11am
Sat & Sun
Seafood Brunch: 11am – 3pm
Bottomless Drinks (2-hour limit) $28.99

Kids 6-11 half price, Kids 5 years of age and under eat for free

Reservations and dress code

It’s possible to reserve a VIP pass to skip the line by following the link on the official homepage. Without a reservation, 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

The Buffet at Wynn


Wynn Buffet Las Vegas

With no few than 16 live cooking stations and stunningly elaborate décor, Wynn is an exciting high-end buffet that is invariably ranked among the very best in town.

They specialize in preparing each dish in small batches to ensure perfect freshness, offering a wide range of carefully crafted morsels showcasing both American and international cuisine.

Seafood highlights

The Buffet at Wynn Seafood 1
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The Buffet at Wynn Seafood 2
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Any self-respecting Vegas buffet has to serve crab legs, and at Wynn, you can eat them hot or opt for chilled split opilio snow crab legs. Jonah crab claws are also often available.

Look out for the mussels, either marinated or braised in beer, along with other treats like salmon Thai red curry or steamed cod with ginger. You’ll also find a good selection of sushi at the Asian counter.

What else do they serve?

The non-seafood options are just as delectable, and meat-eaters shouldn’t miss the many types of sausage or the barbecue beef or pork ribs at the carvery.

The Asian station has plenty of intriguingly original creations, and the Mediterranean section is worth saving space for too.

Opening times and prices

Mon – Thu   Breakfast 8am-9am $39.99
Mon – Thu   Brunch 9am-1pm $46.99
Nightly Seafood Gourmet Dinner (Daily) 1pm-9pm $74.99
Fri – Sun   Breakfast 8am -9am $45.99
Fri – Sun Gourmet Brunch 9am-1pm $50.99

Endless pours package $30.99 per person

Kids 3-9 half price.

Reservations and dress code

Reservations are not possible. The dress code is listed as “resort casual attire”.

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

MGM Grand Buffet


MGM Grand Buffet

The MGM Grand Buffet is currently open daily for brunch, with alcoholic drinks also included in the price from Friday to Sunday.

This may be one of Vegas’ most iconic resorts, but its buffet represents exceptional value, and fans of seafood will be more than satisfied with the options.

Seafood highlights

MGM Grand Buffet Seafood
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The MGM buffet is rightly famous for its crab legs, and you’ll often see people with their plates piled high. They have some good sushi options, as well as mussels and clams, and you can also find classics such as fried fish, shrimps, smoked salmon and more.

What else do they serve?

The barbecue pork ribs and the New York strip steak are always popular. You can also look out for things like roasted turkey, baked ham, fried chicken and made-to-order pizza. They do a particularly tasty eggs Benedict, and the Bailey’s cheesecake is also not to be missed.

Opening times and prices

Buffet Hours Prices
Mon-Thurs Brunch
(8 am – 3 pm)
Adult: $27.99

Children (5-11): $16.99

Fri – Sun Brunch
(8 am – 3 pm)
Adult: $36.99

Children (5-11): $17.99

All You Can Drink Specials
(Gold: Beer, Wine, and Mimosas
All You Can Drink Specials: (Grand: Beer, Wine, Mimosas, and Well Liquors) $25.99

Kids 5 years of age and under eat for free

Reservations and dress code

Reservations are not required but can be made through the official site. The dress code is casual.

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

The Buffet at Excalibur


The Buffet, Excalibur 1
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The Buffet at Excalibur is one of the more affordable options in town, and although it doesn’t match the sheer range of dishes at Bacchanal Buffet or the classy elegance of Bellagio, you’ll still find plenty of mouthwatering treats to sample – including a good selection of seafood.

Seafood highlights

The Buffet at Excalibur Seafood

At Excalibur, you can look forward to mussels, oysters and shrimp along with other seafood-based dishes such as shrimp and spinach linguini. They also have a section serving an assortment of sushi.

What else do they serve?

Other food options include the American station, the Italian station, the carvery, the Asian station and the Latin station. This means you’ll be able to find all the usual buffet classics such as tamales, dim sum and pasta – as well as plenty of desserts if you’re still hungry.

Opening times and prices

Buffet Hours Prices
Mon-Thurs Brunch
(7 am – 2 pm)
Adult: $28.99

Children (5-11): $16.99

Fri – Sun Brunch
(7 am – 2 pm)
Adult: $31.99

Children (5-11): $17.99

All You Can Drink Specials $16.99

Reservations and dress code

Reservations are not required. The dress code is casual.

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

The Buffett at Luxor


The Buffet at Luxor Sushi
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Like Excalibur, Luxor is owned by MGM, and the food and overall experience there are also quite similar.

It isn’t a high-end buffet, and it doesn’t have the largest range of food in town, but it’s still a good pick if you want value for money – and there should be enough seafood options to keep most diners happy.

Seafood highlights

The Buffet at Luxor Seafood
Source: @ianalle

Look out for all the classic seafood items, including crab legs, mussels, shrimp, crayfish and more. They also serve sushi.

What else do they serve?

Similar to the seafood section, the rest of the buffet is more about serving up popular favorites rather than trying to do anything fancy. Expect plenty of meat at the carvery as well as international fare including Mediterranean, Asian and more.

Opening times and prices

Opening hours Adult Prices Children (5 – 11 years old) Prices
Weekday Brunch


Wednesday and Thursday

(8 am – 3 pm)

$28.99 $16.99
Weekend Brunch

Friday – Sunday

(8 am – 3 pm)

$31.99 $17.99

Reservations and dress code

Reservations are not required. The dress code is casual.

  • Address: 3900 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119
  • Phone: 877-386-4658

Also Read:

More Limited Options Nowadays – But Still Many Places Worth a Visit

In the post-pandemic world, there are far few buffets in Vegas than once there were. However, many are now opening their doors again, and the ones on our list give you the opportunity to fill your plate with as much delicious seafood as you can handle.