All day buffet Las Vegas spots are pretty hard to find. It is for this reason that this guide was compiled, so that you do not get lost and end up wondering where to eat after a long day of searching.
House Of Blues Restaurant: Mandalay Bay Hotel
If you are looking to tour Heaven before leaving earth, then this restaurant will provide you with the perfect treat that will have you saved and born again. This southern-style restaurant brings together a fine expose of gospel music and tones and tons of food, just as Heaven is described in the Bible. The "Gospel Brunch" is a treat to look forward to and it is served in the midst of live gospel singers who seem like the choirs of Heaven. As you walk through the various all day buffet stations, you can expect your eyes to turn watery with heartfelt emotions as you choose amongst: creamy cheese grits; red beans and rice; spicy Jambalaya; biscuits and gravy; New Orleans Shrimp cocktail and hot waffles, just to name a few. The all-day buffet begins between 10am and 1pm and tickets for adults cost $50, while those for children below the age of eleven are a truncated $20. Toddlers sit for free.
Envy Steakhouse: Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
For those eager to fill their minds with fond memories of bright lights, quick pace living and high caliber extravagance, this is the right stop to refuel. The legendary Bloody Mary (a Vodka and tomato juice cocktail) and Mimosas are both waiting to drown you in a useful slumber before you are blown away by the excellent food that is served by the expert waiters and hotel staff. In addition to cocktails, you can also look forward to being immersed in an unlimited wave of the crispy champagne of your choice. This hotel is just off the Las Vegas strip and you can walk over after you have eaten and dined to your heart's content. Apart from the food, champagne and cocktails, there is a background feel of a piano music being struck gently by Wes Winters. The all-day buffet costs $25 for adults and children between the ages of 5 and 12 can enjoy great discounts. Kids below the age of 5 can eat free of charge.
Palms Resort And Casino
This chic hotel, situated close to the Las Vegas strip, is the final resting place for the Bistro Buffet. This buffet is a sweet variety of a number of dishes, including: slow roasted prime beef ribs; Lebanese style chicken and deep dish bacon and apple pancakes, just to name a few. There is also a champagne oriented buffet which is held on Sundays between 8am and 3pm and it goes for a measly $19. As for buffets which stretch form 8am right through to 9pm, you can expect them every day of the week, Monday to Sunday.
Also offered in the Palms Resort and Casino is Garduno's Margarita Brunch on Sundays. For only $15 you can savor all kinds of Mexican food with hints of champagne whenever you like. This one runs from 10:30am to 3pm.