The Buffet at Wynn
The Wynn Hotel has a luxurious killer buffet with more than a hundred items, with great options like Peking duck, street tacos, a rotisserie meat selection, and a huge dessert spread (which feels like a buffet all by itself, with a large chocolate fountain at the center). You'll also come across spaghetti made from Frank Sinatra's legit family recipe and a Woodstone parrilla grill, perfect for rodizio-style South American barbecue.
How much can you fit onto one plate? Expect virtually any buffet in Vegas to have a selection of seasonal surprises for Christmas. The Buffet at Wynn is a great example, with stations serving Pepper-Crusted Beef Tenderloin sliced to order, Steamed Crab Legs, Pork Osso Bucco, Truffled Seafood Risotto, and other dishes along with a lineup of holiday-themed desserts from 1-9 pm.
Cost: $69.99 per person.
How to book: Pay in advance online for priority seating.
The Buffet at Wynn experimented with its format a few times during the pandemic, but is back to full strength with a revamped entrance lined with eight royal palms and a reimagined lineup of food from 16 stations. Lobster benedicts and red velvet chocolate chip pancakes are among the top choices during breakfast and brunch, while a global array of cuisine is represented through lunch and dinner. Go Mexican with chicken mole and green chile tamales or try Italian with lasagna alla bolognese and potato gnocchi. A BBQ station serves pork and beef ribs, honey-glazed cornbread, and other Southern-style comfort food. Upgrade to an "Endless Pours" package with unlimited wine, beer, mimosas, or other select cocktails.
Cost: Breakfast/brunch $38.99-49.99, dinner is $64.99-69.99. "Endless Pours" upgrade is $27.99.
How to book: No reservations, but guests can secure a spot in line with prepaid priority seating.