Let me tell you, if you are in Sin City, buying a local newspaper or browsing local magazines will reward you with deals from some buffets. If you are unsure, you can often read or hear about such offers before even checking the newspapers. Once we found coupons for dollar buffets for Palace Station. Even if it’s not the best buffet in town, what can you eat or drink for a dollar these days?
The Palace Station Buffet, Palms Buffet, Main Street Station Buffet, and occasionally the Stratosphere, LV Hilton, Gold Coast and Orleans buffets will offer specials (always mid-week, never on weekends) where you can eat. for about five dollars per person; a great bargain these days. There are other establishments off the Strip that give you these great deals and you really need to be on the lookout when in this city. These deals are advertised on their own websites, published in local newspapers or magazines (some of them are free and can be found everywhere in this city) or even on large billboards while driving around this city. Always watch where you are going because very often there are specials off the Strip. During the week, you will never have to eat at any buffet off the Strip for less than $ 10, often less if you have a player card.
Let me explain: a rewards card or a player card will allow you to enjoy “member rates”. For example, an already cheap buffet like Gold Coast often lowers its rates even further for ‘members’. You may have to pay a little over five bucks, but you’re essentially guaranteed to eat for next to nothing at most establishments off the Strip.
The Stratosphere complex (which is on the Strip, albeit on the north side) occasionally also has specials and, with the very good Main Street Station, they actually offer good food for a low price.
Based on what you can find, Orleans and Gold Coast are very popular with seniors and locals (they have specials that are easier for locals to find); If you are not looking for gourmet food, here you will eat well enough for a low price. The salad section is probably the poorest of the sections, but all other sections include the average food you are used to finding at average (or low-end) buffets, such as a small section American, Mexican, Asian, pasta, pizza and some cooked vegetables (not many) or soups.
The Main Street station is, among the low-cost buffets, by far the best in Las Vegas. In fact, it offers a great selection of dishes and the quality is better than the other low-priced buffets.
LV Hilton is a very small buffet, but it offers very good daily grilled fish, seafood, mountains of artichokes (in a decent salad section), and delicious rice pudding. If you are not after eating a wide variety of foods, this may be a good option if you are in the area.
Palace Station Buffet: Probably one of the low-priced buffets in the city. Digging through your purse for coins is likely to give you enough money to pay for this buffet. Therefore, considering what we have just said, your expectations will not be disappointed. It is better than you would expect, considering the price. Here they line up for made-to-order burgers and fries, for example, although you can enjoy roast beef, a decent salad section, and a few other dishes too (they change quite frequently) including the ubiquitous pasta, Mexican dishes, Asian dishes, and the rest.
The Palms used to be a large buffet, but they recently lowered their prices to appeal to locals and unfortunately also decided to offer lower quality food than before. Everything was too salty or just undercooked, at least not to our liking. If they solve this problem, this may be a good option if you are in the area.