#1 Best Buffet in Vegas | Newly Renovated Bacchanal Buffet 2021 | Caesars Palace | Vegas Buffet

A Full look at the Newly Renovated Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. After closing for more than a year, Bacchanal buffet opens its doors again on May 20th, 2021 with new dishes, roaming carts, and more than 2 million dollars in makeover.

Bacchanal Buffet is currently the largest buffet in Las Vegas. Price is $65 + tax per person. It’s currently only open for dinner Thursday to Monday.

“You’ll explore dozens of cuisines and hundreds of perfectly prepared offerings from specialty chefs. With food prepared right in front of guests in open kitchens, it’s like having your pick of nine high-end restaurants in one location.” – https://www.caesars.com/caesars-palace/restaurants/bacchanal-buffet

Bacchanal Buffet and Wicked Spoon are the only 2 buffets open on the Las Vegas Strip.
Garden Buffet at South Point Hotel and Casino is also open, but it’s located about 8 miles off the Vegas Strip.

Video filmed May 23, 2021



  1. It’s definitely worth the $65 if you are a huge seafood fan. I went thinking it was expensive and came out eating about 6 pounds of crab legs(the best part about it is they crack them already and slice the leg in half for you). They also had great lamb chops and prime rib. Don’t eat all day and go for dinner. It’s a must thing to do in Vegas.

  2. This was the worst waste of money!!! I have been wanting to go to this buffet for so long and I finally went summer of 21. I cannot express how bad it was. They didn't have all the stuff shown on this video. I would have been so much happier at a 15$ Chinese buffet. At least I would have gotten some crab meat. I could have spent the remaining$60 on something else.

  3. I greatly appreciate you show casing the food. No commentary… Just the dishes. When I travel through Vegas this winter. I'm going to plan around this buffet.
    Thank you… Keep up the great work!

  4. If you're going for crab legs you'll be thoroughly disappointed in this buffet. Went about a month ago paid $85 and waited 2 hours with a reservation just to wait another 30 minutes in line to get to the crab legs. Once you finally get to them the server will only give you about a half pound of broken crab leg pieces. Once you get through what is edible of that you get to go wait in line again for an equally disappointing plate. Would never go back especially at the $85 price. If you don't want crab legs I'm sure it's fine but if you're after a crab buffet go somewhere else

  5. I literally got teary-eyed watching this video. Because honest to god.
    , this is the stuff that I would never be able to experience in my entire life. I'm having the time of my life watching all of your vidoes on skid row. I can't figure out how to thank you. All of your videos are the artwork that I will watch before I die.

  6. I used to absolutely love buffets when I was a teenager and in my 20s, because I would get like 5 plates. They’re kind of a waste for me now though because I can barely eat 1 full plate anymore

  7. That's a first. Having everything in one buffet and no wonder why it's 3 months in advance for reservations. Also given the fact that Las Vegas is cheaper for all of their restaurants for the amount you're paying for.

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