To celebrate Veteran’s Day and show appreciation for America’s servicemen and women Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts invited active and retired military personnel to enjoy a complimentary Buffet of Buffets experience. A total of 2,665 members of the military family took advantage of the opportunity, dining at one or more of the participating Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas buffets.
Of the 2,665 guests who received complimentary passes, 1,033 included Carnival World Buffet or Village Seafood Buffet, both located inside Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, in their Buffet of Buffets journey. Carnival World Buffet was voted “Best Buffet” by Las Vegas Review Journal for four straight years, as well as named “2011 Best of Nevada” by Nevada Magazine. Another 330 military men and women enjoyed their Buffet of Buffets experience at Le Village Buffet inside Paris Las Vegas which features made to order dishes from five French provinces. A few highlights include the bacon brie mac & cheese, creamed spinach with roast duck and the sweet and savory crêpe station. There is also a wonderful dessert “house” in the center that no doubt left many satisfied customers too full to think about heading to another buffet for hours.
Since its inception in 2009, Buffet of Buffets has helped over one million visitors and locals in Las Vegas save a combined $15 million while enjoying many of the most acclaimed buffets in Las Vegas. Whether it is from brunch through next-day breakfast or supper through the following evening’s dinner, the Buffet of Buffets is one of the city’s best casual dining values. Guests enjoy the broadest range of food selections to suit virtually any preference, and the freedom to select a buffet that’s closest to the fun, without pressure to arrive at a certain time or in a specific restaurant. The complimentary passes were active for 24 hours from time issued at the following buffets: