Hungry? Try the Rio Las Vegas

Las Vegas' Village Seafood Buffet

If you are a seafood fanatic and in Las Vegas, one of the must-see (and must-eat) destinations is the Rio’s Village Seafood Buffet. There are other things on the menu, but if you aren’t into seafood, it’s really best to dine elsewhere. For the seafood lover, however, this is paradise. There is a reason that there are long, albeit quickly moving, lines here. Lobster is only served at dinner, but other than that, everything’s fair game all the time.

13,000 square feet of sushi, snow crab legs, shrimp, fresh oysters, and much more? We’ll take it. Bring your wallet (you’ll be looking at about $25-$40) and appetite, and we’ll meet you there! Need coupons for the Rio? We’ve got you covered for as low as $49 a night. That way, you can fill up on food, not the room.

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Best Vegas Buffet Deal

Best Deal for Buffet in Vegas

Best Vegas Buffet Deal

The best Vegas buffet deal in town has to be the “Buffet of “Buffets” For only $44.99 you can eat at 7 of the Vegas best buffets in town at any time within a 24 hour period.

We have done the countless times. Imagine eating anytime you want, any buffet you want, as many times as you want in 24 hours.

Here is how we do it to get the most bang for our buck. Buy your buffet pass at dinner, that way you can eat two dinners. Dinner is the most expensive buffet. Some times the price can vary by $10 between Breakfast and dinner. Your meal plan would look like this: Dinner (night 1), Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner (night 2).

Our personal favorite if the Rio Buffet Carnival World Buffet.  The Rio’s Buffet is just so big, it has something for everyone.  We completely agree that the food sometimes lacks, but you can always get something else.  If you want something upscale try the Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas.  If you want food that is prepared really well, go to the Spice Market Buffet.  If you want Sea Food and we mean a lot of it, piles and piles of Lobster Tail spend the extra $15 and go the the Village Seafood Buffet at the Rio.

Don’t forget you can stop by a buffet just to grab a quick bite between meals. This pas is good for as many visits you like during business hours.

Make sure you are a Total Rewards member. If not, stop at any Caesars Las Vegas Properties, including, Harrah’s. Flamingo, Planet Hollywood, Paris Las Vegas, Imperial Palace, Rio Las Vegas and of course Caesars Palace. The price does go up if you are not a Total Rewards Member.

Here are the lists of participating buffets:
Lago Buffet (Caesars) 7:00 am – 10:00 pm
Le Village Buffet (Paris) 7:00 am – 10:00 pm
Spice Market Buffet (Planet Hollywood) 7:00 am – 10:00 pm
Flavors Buffet (Harrah’s) 7:00 am – 10:00 pm
Paradise Garden Buffet (Flamingo) 7:00 am – 10:00 pm
Carnival World Buffet (The Rio) 7:00 am – 10:00 pm
Village Seafood Buffet (The Rio)* 4:00pm – 10:00pm ($15)
Emperor’s Buffet (Imperial Place) 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
*Additional cost apply for admission to Village Seafood Buffet. ($15)

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