Last Updated on November 3, 2021
After a late night out, a hearty breakfast in Vegas is just what you need to get your day started right. So we’ve compiled a list of the best breakfast buffets in Las Vegas. As we all know, restaurants come and go so quickly in Vegas, so we keep this list updated throughout the year.
1. Wynn Buffet
The Wynn breakfast buffet is the best breakfast buffet on the Strip. The amazing food, selection, and unrivaled atmosphere make the Wynn the best place to start your day in Vegas. While it is one of the most expensive breakfasts, it’s only $1 more than Wicked Spoon breakfast. Even at $38.99 per person, the Wynn buffet is a good value for an experience you won’t soon forget.
Wait times are relatively short, usually under 10 minutes on weekdays. When you arrive, you are greeted in the atrium, which is gorgeously decorated for the season. The seating is comfortable and the tables are spaced out so you never feel like you’re sitting right next to another table.
The food selection at the Wynn breakfast buffet is outstanding with Eggs Benedict, crepes, omelets, bacon, sausage, hash browns, biscuits and gravy, scrambled eggs, waffles, french toast and a full array of pastries, danish, and muffins.
The service at the Wynn is exceptional. Each time I’ve gone, I’ve received drink refills before the glass is empty and plates removed while you’re up at the buffet to try something new.
2. Bellagio Buffet
The Bellagio Buffet is the gold standard and has been a Vegas staple, and regarded as the #1 buffet in Vegas for years. While the food is amazing, the ambiance is not up to the high standards set by the Wynn, which is why it received a #2 spot on our list.
The Bellagio buffet doesn’t have a breakfast price specifically, but it has a brunch from 8am to 3pm and costs $41.99/person weekdays. It offers a huge selection of breakfast items from around the world. Their croissants and danish are some of the best I’ve had! While they offer some alternatives to the standard breakfast fare, like stuffed french toast, and several kinds of hash browns, their regular french toast and scrambled eggs aren’t as good as the Wynn’s.
Seating is comfortable, but a little cramped, and you could easily find yourself sitting a foot and a half from the neighboring table. If this is a little too close for comfort, you can ask to be seated in a booth, which may increase your wait time.
Wait times are longer at Bellagio than at Wynn because of its popularity and its location in the center of the Strip. Service is phenomenal with plates removed immediately and drinks promptly refilled.
3. Wicked Spoon
Wicked Spoon offers a weekday breakfast Monday through Friday from 8 am to 11 am. It was one of the first buffets on the strip to reopen after Covid. At $38 and 3 full hours, Wicked Spoon is the best value for breakfast buffets in Vegas.
The Wicked Spoon was the first buffet on the Las Vegas Strip to offer mini plates and baskets of food, instead of the traditional family-style large serving dish. Now all buffets follow the lead set by Wicked Spoon to provide individual dishes.
Over the years, Wicked Spoon has grown up in its sophistication in the types of food served, so you’ll get a good selection of quality food at a good price.