When most people plan out what to do in Vegas, they don’t automatically think of Las Vegas seafood restaurants. People tend to focus more on which casino has the best slots and which the best buffet. But when you ask someone what makes somewhere the best buffet in Las Vegas, it is almost always the seafood. The city caters to seafood-lovers of all budgets, from the spacious spreads of crabs, lobster tails, and fresh oysters at Rio’s Village Seafood buffet to the expertly plated surf and turf at Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak, and Stone Crab. Restaurants even serve up comfort food classics, such as Hot N Juicy Crawfish’s seafood boils. Staff empty entire pots of seasoned corn and shrimp on top of crispy fries lining the table’s protective plastic covering.