Walking into random Las Vegas restaurants and hoping to strike foodie gold can be its own gamble. Luckily, your odds of hitting the culinary jackpot are better than the odds of the average slot machine. A survey of the best restaurants in Las Vegas turns up everything from the elegant sushi of Soho Japanese Restaurant to the meaty American eats of Carson Kitchen. But for bigger appetites, the city has no shortage of buffets. Finding the best buffet in Las Vegas is no simple task in a town known for its lavish all-you-can-eat offerings, but adventurous eaters might want to start with the globe-spanning menu at Rio Las Vegas’s Carnival World Buffet or the much-loved breakfast buffet—and Sunday champagne brunch—at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino.

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