Bacchanal Buffet in Caesars Palace

Bacchanal Buffet

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The Bacchanal Buffet is the premier buffet in Vegas. In fact, it has remained the top buffet in Las Vegas for the last several years since it opened on September 11, 2012. This 25,000 square foot, 3-room buffet seats 600 people and has the widest variety of foods in one restaurant.

Bacchanal Brunch

In our three visits, we have gone for brunch and dinner. Both are fantastic, but there is not another buffet that comes close to the Bacchanal, putting it in the #1 spot on our list of Best Breakfast Buffets.

Bacchanal Juice Bar

Their breakfast includes a juice bar, traditional waffles, french toast, and scrambled eggs, along with the 6 kinds of hashbrowns and potatoes, 3 kinds of eggs benedict, 3 kinds of scrambled eggs, asian fare, a full array of sausage and meats, and a wide selection of breakfast pastries and sweets.

You really should try…

  • Crab avocado toast
  • Truffled deviled eggs
  • Red velvet pancakes
  • Custom ordered dessert crepes
  • Acai breakfast bowl
Bacchanal Breakfast pastries

Bacchanal Dinner Buffet

The main dining room is visible from the Caesars casino and central bar. It is surrounded in glass and glass chandeliers. It’s light and bright, and perfect for breakfast. For dinner, we prefer to sit in either of the two back rooms with rich wood tones, and is a little more private than the main dining room. The three separate rooms are uniquely their own and feel like three separate restaurants.


Speaking of which, on our first visit, we completely missed the back portion of the buffet, which wraps seemingly forever throughout the restaurant. The back portion of the buffet features the Italian, Asian, artisan cheese, and fine sliced sausages. The Asian selections are some of the best I’ve found in any buffet in Vegas.

Bacchanal Artisan Meats and Cheese
Bacchanal Meat Station

A couple of the must-taste items for dinner include the applewood smoked wagyu beef and the seafood laksa, a curried noodle soup.

The seafood bar is the first section you’ll see with a full selection of  shellfish and various fillets of fish prepared with rich sauces. Crab legs are offered on weekdays after 3 pm and all day on weekends.

The desserts are on an island unto themselves. And, they have earned their separate buffet section with gelato, cakes, pies, pastries, cookies, cupcakes, cake pops, chocolate covered strawberries, and desserts you’ve never seen before.

Bacchanal Breakfast Sweets

Bacchanal Buffet Prices and Hours

Bacchanal Buffet

Hotel: Caesars Palace
Address: 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd
Phone: (702) 731-7928

7:30 AM to 11 AM
Monday – Friday: $39.99
Saturday & Sunday: $54.99

11 AM to 3 PM
Monday – Friday: $44.99
Saturday & Sunday: $59.99

3 PM to 10 PM
Monday – Thursday: $54.99
Friday – Sunday: $64.99

Kids 5 to 10 years of age are charged $20 less than the adult prices for weekday brunches, $28 less for weeknight dinners, $38 less than weekend dinners, and $30 less than adult prices for weekend brunch.

All You Can Drink: Draft Beer, House Red or White Wine, Mimosas, Champagne
Cost: $15.00

Buffet of Buffets Upgrade Price:
$15 Breakfast, $25 Brunch, $35 Dinner and $45 Holidays

*Pricing subject to change for holiday menus

Dine Like A Caesar Reservation Package
Bacchanal Buffet is offering a VIP Reservation package

  • Reserved Table
  • Have Access to the Entire Buffet
  • All You Can Drink package and a VIP Seafood Tower
    All for $98 per Person

Attire: Casual

Line Pass / VIP Line: $25.00 per person
Notes: Caesars has a kiosk that you put your name in for the Bacchanal and they will text you when your table is ready, then you have 15 minutes to return.


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Expiration Date: 
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1 thought on “Bacchanal Buffet”

  1. Went for 70th birthday dinner 6/9/19. Husband got very sick, almost called 911 to take my husband out. Rest of party got sick also. Serving tongs were dirty, no alaskin king crab legs, food was not hot, most was cold and dry. Service to clear table or refill drinks very slow. Very over priced, would never go back!

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