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If you’re in Vegas and craving some fresh seafood, we’re happy to tell you that this city is overflowing with delicious seafood restaurants. The ultimate way to get your fix for fish is to head to a seafood buffet, where you can fill up your plate as many times as you like with a wide variety of mouthwatering seafood. In this article, we’ll share our top 7 favorite seafood buffets in Las Vegas for your dining pleasure.

The fish and seafood you’ll get to enjoy in Vegas is flown in daily straight from the ocean, so you can be sure it’s deliciously fresh. Whether you’re eating on a budget or want to go all-in with a super-luxurious selection, you’ll find a seafood buffet on this list to suit you. 

1. The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas

The extravagant buffet at Wynn Las Vegas is without question one of the best buffets in Vegas, with a tantalizing selection of gourmet dishes from across the globe. The Buffet at Wynn has a Seafood Spectacular from 1 pm – 9 pm daily where you can dine on unlimited bounties of the sea.

Start your feast with a visit to the caviar station where you can sample a variety of caviars, then head to the seafood station where you’ll find salmon, tuna, oysters, and Dungeness crab legs. Be sure to try the delectable seafood boil, and the beautifully presented sushi and sashimi.

2. Bacchanal Buffet

Thrillist calls this epic buffet “The standard against which all Las Vegas buffets are judged”. Located at Caesars Palace, Bacchanal Buffet features 9 show kitchens serving globally-inspired dishes on small plates.

Head to Bacchanal Buffet for their Crab Brunch and you’ll get to enjoy a wide variety of delicious seafood, including fresh-shucked oysters, mussels, shrimp, scallops, lobster, and of course crab legs. Crab Brunch also includes unlimited champagne and mimosas.

3. Wicked Spoon

At The Cosmopolitan you’ll find Wicked Spoon, another buffet that made it to our top 10 Vegas buffets list. This mouthwatering buffet serves gourmet dishes that are beautifully presented on small plates. If you’re into crab legs, you’ll definitely want to visit Wicked Spoon for their crab leg brunch.

Alongside all-you-can-eat crab legs, this delicious brunch buffet also features seafood delicacies like mussels, Asian BBQ salmon, sushi, and tuna poke. For an additional cost, you can add on the bottomless beverages package which gets you unlimited mimosas, champagne, Bloody Marys, or Bud Light Draft.

4. A.Y.C.E Buffet

This amazing buffet at The Palms features 7 food stations serving delicious cuisine from around the world, including a made-to-order pasta station and a carving station. But the highlight of A.Y.C.E is their seafood offerings, with specific nights dedicated to seafood.

On Wednesdays and Thursdays, they have their Lobster Dinner, featuring all-you-can-eat lobster and snow crab. Then on Friday nights, you can enjoy their Prime Rib and Snow Crab Dinner, a favorite of both Vegas locals and visitors. Be aware that reservations are required for the Lobster Dinner.

5. The Buffet at Bellagio

Bellagio does everything in extravagant luxury, and its buffet lives up to this reputation. Here you’ll get to pile your plate with delectable cuisine from globally-inspired stations like Italian, American, Mexican, and Asian.

The Buffet at Bellagio has a fantastic Seafood Brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 11 am – 3 pm. This seafood extravaganza features a caviar station, jumbo king crab legs, Chilean seabass, paella, chilled shrimp, crab cakes, sushi, crawfish, and more!

6. Sunday Brunch Buffet at M Resort

M Resort’s upscale steak and seafood spot, Anthony’s Prime, has an exhibition-style kitchen and a patio with gorgeous views of the Las Vegas Strip. On Sundays from 11 am to 1.30 pm, the restaurant offers a Sunday Brunch Buffet that’s to die for.

Be sure to show up hungry, because the seafood selection at this buffet is impressive. In addition to all kinds of breakfast favorites, you’ll find all-you-can-eat snow crab legs, poached shrimp, grilled salmon, roasted lobster tail, sushi, clam chowder, and lobster bisque. Yum!

7. Seafood Night at Garden Buffet

Just 15 minutes south of the Strip, South Point Hotel has a delicious buffet that’s open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner. 6 live cooking stations serve up Asian, Mexican, Italian, Barbeque, Chinese, and more.

Friday night is Seafood Night at Garden Buffet, featuring a wide variety of seafood delicacies to choose from as well as prime rib. Some of the mouthwatering options are oysters, peel-&-eat shrimp, chilled crab legs, sushi, steamed clams, fresh salmon with bay shrimp, and southern fried catfish – and that’s just the beginning!

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