Bacchanal at Caesars Palace
After a $17 million revamp two years ago, the Caesars buffet—now seating 600 people and appropriately named “Bacchanal”—serves more than 500 dishes from nine open kitchens. The opulent display puts to rest the concept of the mass offering; these dishes are cooked to order. The room is massive but designed to feel intimate. Think you’ve reached the end of the line? Turn the corner. Don’t miss the all-day dim sum, Mexican pork carnitas, the Chinese black soup and an oyster shucking station. Off the menu, there are at least six daily chefs’ specials, plus gluten-free, sugar-free and vegan items. There's even back room for private dining (if you want to eat where The Hangover crew ate while filming).