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5 ways to celebrate National buffet Day — PHOTOS

Made-to-order Tacos Al Pastore

Feast Buffet, Texas Station

Based on cook Jaime Montes’ 80-plus-year-old family recipe, they’re made with meat marinated during a four-day process and served with a house-made fruit salsa at lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch, $10.99-$14.99.

Oxtail stew

Garden Court Buffet, Main Street Station

Part of the buffet’s “Island Selections” area during Saturday dinner, the stew is a serve-yourself proposition, $15.99.

Roasted bone marrow

Wicked Spoon, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

After it’s roasted, the bone marrow is brushed with kim chi glaze and run under a broiler; it’s available during lunch and dinner, $26-$34 or $38-$41.

Pumpkin souffles

Bacchanal, Caesars Palace

Guests must request the “secret souffles” — currently pumpkin but soon to be changed to Blood Orange Grand Marnier — at the dessert station and return in 5 to 7 minutes to retrieve them, at dinner daily, $50.99 to $53.99.

Seafood paella

The Buffet at Excalibur

The traditional Spanish dish contains clams, mussels, shrimp and crawfish and is available on the dinner buffet, $23.99 to $26.99.

If you have suggestions for On the Menu, please contact Heidi Knapp Rinella at Hrinella@reviewjournal.com or call 702-383-0474.

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