“Bacchanal Buffet” at Caesars Palace is now open for business!
If you’ve ever eaten at the buffet at Caesars Palace, you probably left feeling overly stuffed, and actually pretty disappointed. The offerings at the Caesars Buffet was pretty bleak to say the least…. and clearly Caesars Entertainment knew it. So after a 17 million dollar upgrade, the Bacchanal Buffet has just opened in Caesars Palace, replacing the previous buffet. The 25000 square foot buffet hosts 9 open kitchens that offer up over 500 distinct menu items…. Yes… 500! Come with an appetite is all we can say.
From custom made ‘to-order’ sushi, and many individual sized options, Bacchanal Buffet is definitely delivering one of the best buffet experiences in Vegas. Each of the nine open kitchens offer up a different type of menu, Mexican, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, American, Seafood, Pizza, Deli and Dessert. If anyone has ever made a trip to Caesars Windsor, their incredible buffet is laid out in a similar fashion.
Not a big buffet fan? Don’t like the ‘pre-made’ / ‘sitting out’ type buffet food? No need to worry at the new Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace. 3/4 of the food you’ll eat here is prepared right in front of you but the Chef’s rocking the stations in the open kitchens. What you’re getting is as good as ordering it a-la-carte in any restaurant. Actually seeing the chefs prepare your food gives you a unique perspective on your food, and gives you the chance to talk to the chefs, and possibly learn a bit more about what goes into making your food as delicious as can be.
From design to layout, to plate shelves built into the counters at the open kitchens, Bacchanal Buffet is delivering on all levels. You do want to bring your Total Rewards card with you to get a discount on the price, as many of Caesars Entertainment properties are now doing.
7am to 10pm daily.
Breakfast $19.99 (TR Members- $16.99),
Lunch $24.99 (TR Members $21.99),
Weekend brunch $31.99 (TR Members – $28.99),
Weekday dinner $34.99 (TR Members – $31.99),
Weekend dinner $39.99
(TR Members – $36.99).
UPDATE: As of Sept 25, the Weekday Dinner is 39.99, and TR Members price is now $37.99
Please note, prices are always subject to change without notice!
For those “Buffet of Buffets” lovers, there is good/bad news….
For those who are not familiar, Caesars Entertainment offers a buffet pass called “Buffet of Buffets”. This pass allows you to eat at nearly all the Caesars properties’ buffets in a 24 hour period for one price! Great way to save some cash.
Bacchanal Buffet is participating, however there is a
$10 $15 (as of Setp 25) additional charge for it.
For those drinkers out there, how about all-you-can-drink as well? For an additional $15.99 you can get all you can drink beer and wine with your meal! Not bad!
Caesars Entertainment definitely brought out all the stops for their newest buffet, and is among MANY upgrades coming to Vegas, such as The Linq, a $550 Million Dollar outdoor retail/dining complex near the Flamingo.