Like gambling, buffets are somewhat synonymous with the Las Vegas. It is called "Sin City" after all, so naturally, gluttony is a big part of the experience.
Caesars Palace is opening this month a $17 million buffet. The extravagant Bacchanal Buffet features nine kitchens and more than 500 dishes, many of which are prepared in front of the guests.
Revelers can find a bevy of food options. Offerings include king crab, dim sum, lasagna, sushi, prime rib, enchiladas, shrimp and grits, wood fired pizzas and more. For sweet tooth's desserts include chocolate soufflé baked to order, crepes, crème brulee, gelato and more.
The breakfast buffet is equally as heavy with made to order omeletes, breakfast pizzas and pancakes of every variety.
Scott Green, executive chef told NBC that this buffet has more items than any other buffet in Vegas saying that the menu had close to 750 food choices.
"Personally, I believe this is the perfect size, the perfect outcome of what a buffet should be," he said.
There is a lot of buzz around the new opening as there hasn't been a big buffet that has oepend since The Cosmpolitan opened Wicked Spoon. The sheer size of the buffet is enough to leave one speechless.
For $39.99 diners can eat to their hearts content. The gourmet buffet will join the ranks of others in Vegas including, The Bellagio's high end buffet and the Wynn.
The 25,000 foot space holds as much as 600 guests.