The Bacchanal Buffet at Ceasar’s Palace scores big in variety and quality on the Las Vegas Strip

By Mark J. Bartlett

February 22, 2023-After a very questionable period of post-pandemic skepticism, the fabled buffets are back in full force along the Las Vegas Strip. And one has set itself apart from the others by a considerable margin: the Bacchanal Buffet at Ceasars Palace is truly something special.

Fittingly named for the Roman God Bacchus, the patron diety of wine revelry and general partying, this buffet goes the extra mile for hungry gourmands and epicureans both, offering such specialty selections as Bone Marrow and Lobster claws as a delectable supplement to the ordinary fare one would expect at an all-you-can-eat dining experience.

If you stopped at the Bone Marrow and Lobster claws, you would still not leave the Bacchanal Buffet hungry!

After paying a somewhat steep entry fee of around $70 per person, a famished patron can indulge their appetite with as much food as they like from an impressive array of Mexican, Asian, Vegan and Seafood options that are guaranteed to please.

The multiple culturally themed cuisine stations assure an offering for every palate!

Clearwater, Florida resident Nate Galco was so impressed by the food offerings, that he and his family stay at Ceasar’s specifically for this rather unique dining option. “This my first visit of my 3 day trip”, Galco points out, “but certainly not my last.” Pointing out the obvious benefits of staying and eating in the same establishment as an effective strategy, he adds: “it’s the perfect place to fuel up before a night of adventure in Sin City!”

The Bacchanal Buffet offers a seemingly endless array of culinary delights

After eating one’s fill of appetizers and main courses, the dessert bar awaits with an equally impressive array of sweets, sorbets and of course our favorite-a made-to-order Crepe station!

The Crepe station offers a perfect ending to an evening of over-indulgence!

Be sure to satisfy your cravings at the Bacchanal Buffet on your next trip to Vegas, and be sure to bring your player’s card, your credit card, and perhaps some Alka Seltzer for the extravagant eating experience!


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