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Dining here is more like an intercontinental feast than a buffet. This buffet is more upscale than the average all-you-can eat buffet with sophisticated ambiance. Tastes from Italy, Japan, France, Mexico and America abound, and the freshest seafood and carved items are plentiful. Some of the standouts are the king crab legs, beef Wellington, pastas and sushi. The plethora of desserts are reason enough to go to the buffet. The Buffet restaurant remains open for breakfast, lunch and dinner throughout the week.
This restaurant is well known for a variety of fresh seafood and outstanding steaks cooked to perfection. The frites are absolutely addictive. Choose to sit inside or relax outside on the patio overlooking Las Vegas Boulevard and the Bellagio Fountains. The decor makes you feel just like you are in a Parisian bistro. Don't miss the amazing desserts like the Creme Brulee and the Bananas Foster crepe. Food is reasonably priced with generous servings.
Located in Caesar's Palace Hotel and Casino, Bacchanal Buffet offers 500 delicious items daily, including king crab legs, prime rib, and oysters. This 25,000-square-foot (2,323-square-meter) establishment has ample room to seat 600 people. Besides the usual lunch and dinner options, they also offer breakfast and a weekend champagne brunch. There are nine areas where you can watch the chefs in action while they prepare the food. Food lovers could spend hours filling their plates and stomachs at Bacchanal Buffet.
Bouchon is located in the middle section of the famous, or infamous, Las Vegas Strip. This is the Las Vegas branch of acclaimed Chef Thomas Keller's bistro-style restaurant in Yountville, California. Bouchon serves authentic French cuisine throughout the day, including steak frites, boudin blanc, roasted chicken, ile flottante and profiteroles. The decor is exquisite and the main dining room features high ceilings and beautiful flowers. Guests can also dine at the outdoor poolside patio.
The Remillard couple, Lou and Jennifer, bring to the nightlife hub relishing breakfast and brunch fares. Following a late night out in Las Vegas, a meal from Crêpe Expectations will be ideal to kick start your day. Lou and Jennifer, both professionals in the culinary field, use their backgrounds to offer guests delicious crepes. The menu offers and interesting selection of crepes with unique names like The Del Mar, The La Jolla, The Veggie Patch, The Sunday Morning, The Marco Polo. Wines and beers along with non-alcoholic beverages are available. Choose from their list of daily specials for some of the best offerings.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but many might also say it is the most delicious, especially if they've just come from the BabyStacks Cafe. They are famous for serving every breakfast dish a person could think of. Take the red velvet pancakes, for example. That's right, red velvet pancakes. Babystacks is renowned for this dish, served with chocolate crumbles, whipped cream and cream cheese syrup. That is only the beginning. BabyStacks offers an entire list of unique pancake dishes, omelettes, and crepes. Customers can go for the traditional breakfast such as ham and eggs or opt for a specialty item, like Rick's Adobo Fried Rice or the Kalua Pig Benedict. This eatery also offers a large variety of sandwiches, burgers and salads.
For the most important meal of the day, make it a point to head over to The Cracked Egg, a locally owned breakfast hotspot in Las Vegas. The restaurant, with four Las Vegas locations, has won prestigious titles including, "Best Skillet Breakfast." They were also listed as a top rated restaurant on Citysearch 2009, and if that isn't enough to convince the breakfast fan, then a look at the menu should do it. They offer eggs in just about every form one can think of, along with a variety of other breakfast foods. They also have a lunch menu that includes burgers and a large variety of gluten free items.