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.
The Buffet at Wynn is easily one of the best buffets in Vegas (with only Caesars Palace and the Cosmopolitan as its main competition for the top spot). You already know it's going to be an experience with an entrance lined with eight royal palms and a 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: Brunch is $46.99-50.99, dinner is $65.99-70.99. "Endless Pours" upgrade is $29.99.
How to book: Guests can secure a spot in line with prepaid priority seating.
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.