Best Seafood Buffet in Las Vegas 2016

When you think of Vegas, you think of extravagance. Of luxury. Of excess. Of… seafood? Of COURSE! If you can’t get enough shrimp, crab, lobster (yes, even lobster!), a Vegas seafood buffet is the place for you. Trying to find the Best Seafood Buffet in Las Vegas?  Below are the best seafood buffets that Vegas has to offer, on and off the strip.

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Best Seafood Buffet on the Las Vegas Strip

Caesars Palace Bacchanal Buffet

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With constantly fresh food, extraordinary variety, and an entire area devoted to seafood, it’s easy to see why this sprawling affair won “Best Buffet” by USA Today in 2012 and 2013. Sweet, succulent selections await as you, with items such as scallops, stone crab, Blue Point oysters, prawns, corn chowder with lobster, shrimp and grits, shall I go on? Great! You can also purchase whole fish options (Norwegian mackerel, anyone?) and a whole poached lobster, if you have $150 burning a hole in your pocket. Won big at the tables? Then try the Caviar Dreams package, including Sasanian imperial caviar, a bottle of Dom Perignon and immediate seating ($500 per couple). Regardless of your budget, one of the best seafood buffets in Las Vegas, Bacchanal will not disappoint.

Bally’s Sterling Brunch Buffet

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Who on earth would want to wake up at 9:30am on a Sunday? In VEGAS, no less? A seafood lover, that’s who! For over 30 years, the Sterling Brunch at Bally’s has been almost a religious experience. Sit down and enjoy unlimited champagne while you stuff yourself full of seafood. Known to some as the best seafood buffet in Vegas, Sterling Brunch is worth the early alarm. Alaskan king crab legs, sushi, freshly-shucked oysters, Sturgeon caviar fill the buffet until the last reservation time of 1:30pm. Did I forget to mention the unlimited lobster tails? I apologize. I wanted to keep that secret to myself.

The Buffet at Wynn

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Voted the “Best Buffet” in Las Vegas by the Southern Nevada Hotel Concierge Association, the Buffet at the Wynn is not to be missed!  Most people are trained to believe that sushi stations at buffets are bad news. I hear you. Old, pre-sliced fish resting on top of dried-out rice, who needs that? Not the Wynn! Their sushi is made to order. Yes, you read that right. Made. To. Order. This is worth the price tag alone, but with other delectable options such as an unlimited supply of massive, pre-cracked, chilled opilio crab legs, shrimp, raw oysters and oysters Rockefeller, The Buffet is a seafood lover’s dream. No matter what you’ve heard about sushi and buffets, The Buffet is different. Don’t skip the sushi.  Come during the weekend for the gourmet buffet and get additional seafood favorites like Alaskan king crab and decide for yourself if this is indeed the best seafood buffet in Las Vegas.

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Best Seafood Buffet Off The Las Vegas Strip

Rio Carnival World & Seafood Buffet

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Anyone who knows anything about seafood buffets in Vegas will tell you, Carnival is the place to go. You can’t say “Vegas seafood buffet” without fans pointing you toward Carnival. A bit off the beaten path at the Rio, but easily accessible by shuttle from either Bally’s or Harrah’s, Carnival will overload your seafood senses. Shrimp and grits fan? You’ll find them here. Snow crab legs? Pile that plate, the refills keep coming. Shrimp tempura, freshly-shucked oysters, sushi, sashimi, scallops, bisques and more will fill your plate to the brim as you enjoy the cuisine from under the sea.

Studio B Buffet at the M Resort

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Looking for something off the beaten path? Then head to The M Resort on Fridays from 2:30-8:30pm when Studio B serves up their special Las Vegas seafood buffet. Try something new like miso-glazed salmon, ceviche shooters, or ginger crab. Not feeling so adventurous? Not to worry, old favorites such as Alaskan snow crab legs, tempura shrimp, and lobster bisque are still on the menu. Find yourself somewhere in the middle? Then the oyster bar, lobster mac and cheese, and a crawfish boil will be right up your alley. Take the trip down the strip to the M Resort and don’t let this seafood special swim away!

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