Dining in Vegas: Top Casino Restaurants & Buffets

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Las Vegas is known for its gambling and alcohol and its many, many vices, sure, but this is also very much a foodie town. The most famous chefs in the world come to Vegas to open up restaurants and there are some casino buffets here that are practically legendary. Where should you go for great dining in Vegas? Discover the top casino restaurants and buffets and discover where you should be eating when you're in Vegas.

Market Place Buffet

When you're ready to do some real eating at a price that's not outrageous, head to the Market Place Buffet at Rampart Casino. There's a prime rib dinner for less than $35 every weekend and on Saturday and Sunday morning, you can treat yourself to a champagne brunch for the same price. If you're a card holder with the casino, you get a discount. Not only is this an amazing deal, but reviewers also rave about the food and the selection.

Mermaid Restaurant

The Mermaid Restaurant at Silverton Casino is utterly enchanting. The under-the-sea theme is visible everywhere, with amazing colored lights and enormous aquariums creating an amazing atmosphere. The food is casual American, with plenty of choices in pizza, burgers and all the classic comfort foods you might want. Pay attention to the aquariums, because you just might see a mermaid swim by.

Imperial Sushi

There's nothing like a seafood buffer and Imperial Sushi stands out from the crowd even in Las Vegas. This buffet has plenty of raw offerings but you can also find delicious fried shrimp, crab claws and lots more. Come here on the weekend to get a dinner of snow crab legs and lobster for less than $45. You won't beat that price anywhere.

Le Cirque

Head to the Bellagio to dine at Le Cirque. This is a luxurious French restaurant that has won awards. There are more than 900 wines to choose from, which is a lot, and you can sit down to a decadent five-course meal here that you won't ever forget. If eating is an experience, this is one restaurant you just don't want to miss.

Wicked Spoon

Tired of the same old stuff? Wicked Spoon's buffet is full of unusual offerings like squid ink pasta, gelato for dessert and bone marrow. If you want to treat yourself to something rare that you can't easily find at other restaurants and you're not likely to find at another buffer, you've got to go to Wicked Spoon.