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7 of Las Vegas’ top buffets

You don’t have to be a tourist to gorge on a Las Vegas buffet.

Here are seven of the top buffets in Las Vegas, based on the votes that have been placed since voting opened last month for Best of Las Vegas. You can vote until Feb. 3.

Bacchanal Buffet

Expect to drop $26 to $51 at the Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace.

The buffet was voted No. 1 in town in Best of Las Vegas 2013 and offers nine restaurants in a single buffet.

Wicked Spoon

Head to the Cosmopolitan to try out the Wicked Spoon, where you’ll pay between $26 and $41 for a buffet that many feel rivals the Bacchanal. The desserts are where it’s at for the Wicked Spoon, so save room for gelato.

Studio B

You’ll pay $11-$40 at Studio B at the M Resort. Head to Studio B if you’re looking for a good deal on drinks; beer, wine, espresso, cappuccino and cordials are free with your meal.

Feast Buffet

Head to Feast Buffet at Red Rock Casino if you’re looking for a locals’ favorite. You’ll drop $7-$14 to eat at another RJ reader favorite.

Spice Market Buffet

You’ll pay between $20 and $34 at the Spice Market Buffet in Planet Hollywood. The buffet has Mexican, Italian, Asian, Middle Eastern and American stations … and desserts, of course.

Carnival World Buffet

The Carnival World Buffet at Rio will run you between $21 and $36 for a massive spread.

Check out Carnival for live-action cooking. Like the Spice Market Buffet, Carnival is organized by cuisine type.

The Buffet

You’ll pay $25-$35 for the Buffet at Wynn. The Buffet has 16 cooking stations and is in a gardened area, so if you’re in the mood for whimsy, this is your best bet.

Contact Stephanie Grimes at sgrimes@reviewjournal.com. Find her on Twitter: @steph_grimes

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