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Vegas is well-known for its legendary all-you-can-eat buffets, a tradition begun in the 1940s at the El Rancho Vegas Hotel to keep patrons in the hotel during the early morning hours and keep them gambling in the hotel casino. You’ll find dozens of buffets on and around the Vegas Strip (
Prices vary from inexpensive (less than $10 per person) to moderate ($10-$20 per person) to expensive ($20 - $40 per person). While buffet prices aren’t as cheap in Vegas as they once were, good values are still available. To get an idea of what’s on the menu and where, visit lasvegas-nv.com/buffets.
With the addition of high-end eateries overseen by widely recognized chefs,
Getting the Best Value
Here are some budget-stretching tips to help you save on dining in
• Go to restaurant.com and enter the
• Check in the casinos for daily restaurant deals. Almost every casino has both upscale and more affordable eateries inside to draw patrons in to eat and gamble.
• Opt for breakfast, lunch or brunch instead of dinner, since you will pay more for dinner than for other meals.
• For meal and drink deals $20 and under, visit vegas.com/restaurant/specials. Choose from a wide selection of menu items, including steak and prime rib, shrimp, hot dogs, drinks and more.
• Watch for and ask about Early Bird Specials, popular at eateries everywhere that cater to tourists. You may have to eat dinner at in the evening, but if you enjoyed brunch this morning at , you may be hungry again by late afternoon, especially if you have been walking up and down the Strip.
• To avoid long waits in line, arrive either early or late for serving hours. You want to be near the head of the pack or arrive later to miss the first rush.
Good luck and bon appetit!