Where Can I Find the Cheapest Buffet in Las Vegas?

Las Vegas is a city that is known for cheap food, especially when it comes to buffets. Within the last ten years or so however, casinos have been raising prices of their buffets higher and higher which leaves people wondering where they can find the cheapest buffet in Las Vegas. This article is going to review three of the cheapest buffets in the city which are Arizona Charleys Boulder, Sam’s Town, and Palace Station. All three of these casinos offer these prices only if you are a member of their free players clubs.

The Arizona Charleys Boulder buffet prices are much lower than what you would find on the Las Vegas strip. The prices range from 5.49 for breakfast up to 9.99 for their specialty night dinner buffets which include barbecue night on Tuesday and prime rib night on the weekends. Their breakfast buffet is very good, especially for the price featuring made to order omelets as well as fresh fruits and fresh donuts for desert. Their specialty prime rib nights on the weekends is one of the better all you can eat prime rib buffets in Las Vegas.

The Firelight buffet at Sam’s Town is just down the street from Arizona Charleys and features one of the cheapest buffets during the week. On Mondays through Thursday their buffet prices range from $5.49 for breakfast to $9.99 for dinner. They do have specialty nights on the weekend but they are a little pricey ranging from 12.99 for the steak and prime rib nights to 16.99 for all you can eat seafood. One of the unique features of this buffet is that it features hand scooped ice cream instead of the soft serve that you will find at even the nicer buffets in town.

The Palace Station’s Feast Buffet offers surprisingly cheap prices for being so close to the strip on Sahara Avenue. The prices for this buffet range from just $4.99 for breakfast to $8.99 for dinner. Their breakfast buffet is quite a good bargain featuring an omelet station and occasionally they will have some lunch items out such as baked potatoes and chicken nuggets. Their dinner buffet doesn’t have as many options as some buffets in town but they do feature fresh carved ham and turkey as well as baked potatoes and a very good selection of deserts.

If you are looking for the cheapest buffets in Las Vegas, these three options are sure to leave you full and satisfied. While these buffets are some of the cheapest that you can find, sometimes going to one of the bigger buffets on the strip is well worth the extra cost.



Source by Upton Goodwin