Weekend meals at the Aria Buffet cost $45.99 per person. (Also, see below for other pricing).
Diners at the 8,800-square-foot restaurant can take in the stunning scenery and pools of the resort from their seat on the second-level promenade.
Even though this buffet has only been operating for a few years, it has already undergone a thorough remodeling.
The all-you-can-eat crab legs, Indian cuisine, and plain ol’ American pot roast are just a few of the highlights of the Aria’s buffet.
Customers love the red velvet and carrot cake pancakes at Aria’s breakfast and brunch buffets. The smoked salmon eggs benedict is very popular.
The Tandoor Oven, a cylinder-shaped clay cooking oven often used in Middle Eastern nations, is said to be the only one in Las Vegas buffets. Naan bread (simple and garlic) and kabobs are among Aria’s Middle Eastern offerings.
The following is a list of the Aria’s 11 distinct food stations:
Asian-You’ll find everything from dim sum to Peking duck to shrimp pad Thai to sesame balls on the menu.
Every day from 9 am to 10 pm; a Hawaiian poke bowl station prepares fresh bowls to guests’ specifications.
Carvery-Prime rib, bacon, ham, and beef brisket are just some of the meats available at the Carvery. A roasted turkey breast and a rotisserie chicken are also available, which may be cut to request.
Dinner– consists of American comfort food. Among the options for lunch and dinner are gourmet macaroni and cheese, chicken pot pie, grilled cheese sandwiches, roasted tomato soup, and the usual breakfast and brunch fare. In the evening, savor the likes of stuffed mashed potatoes, smoky meatloaf, fried chicken, beef sliders, and the like.
Italian-In addition to pasta meals like spaghetti and meatballs, polenta, and gourmet meats and cheeses, you’ll discover many Italian fares at this restaurant.
fish market-Oysters and peel-and-eat shrimp, and fish and chips are all available at the Fish Market.
Except for the more expensive Friday and Saturday night buffets, you’ll find the Dungeness above, Snow and Jumbo Crab Claws, and King Crab Legs; the all-you-can-eat crab legs are always Dungeness, Snow, and Jumbo Crab Claws.
Latin-You’ll find a variety of Latin-inspired foods, like breakfast burritos, huevos rancheros, tamales for the morning, and tacos, taquitos, and tamales for lunch.
Mediterranean-Some of the items on the menu includes Baba Ganoush, tabouleh, feta salad, pita chips, hummus, and more.
Pizza-New York-style pizzas and calzones are available at this establishment.
Salad-Salad bar and baked potato bar with a wide range of toppings. Sushi is also available at this location.
Sweets-Eat some gelato, cookies (especially butterscotch cookies), coconut macaroons, Rice Krispie Squares, and apple pie. There’s also a place for red velvet cupcakes and red velvet cookies.
Tandoori-Pompano fish, yellow dahl, and chicken and veggie meals, including chicken tikka masala and chicken curry, are all served at Tandoori.
Buffet Hours and Prices at Aria Las Vegas
Remember that these are the average costs for this kind of service. Prices at Aria Buffet go up from $6 per person for breakfast to $10 per person for supper during the holidays.
Breakfast-On weekdays (7 am to 11 am), breakfast costs $29.99 (children’s prices are $16.50).
Brunch-every day of the week (7 am to 3 pm) – $35.99 (or $18.50 for children)
Lunch-Monday through Friday, lunch is served (11 am to 3 pm) – 29.99$ (16.50$ for children)$
Dinner-To eats for lunch and dinner Monday through Thursday (3 pm to 10 pm). The whole cost is $40.00 (Free for kids up to 12 years old)
Gourmet Dinners for Friday through Sunday (3 pm to 10 pm) – $49.99 (Free for kids)
8.25 percent Las Vegas tax is not included in these rates. After-tax, a two-person weekend supper buffet will run you $99.56 per person.
Aria Las Vegas’s official webpage is here.
Children aged 5 to 12 are entitled to a discounted rate. Children under the age of four dine free of charge, while those aged 13 and above pay the regular adult costs.
All You Can Drink at Aria Buffet
Guests may upgrade their dinner for $19.99 to include limitless beverages.
Prices at the Bellagio Buffet
In addition to Bloody Marys and champagne, the bottomless plan includes rum punch, margaritas with tequila, a selection of premium beer (including Stella Artois), and wine on tap. The all-you-can-drink option has a two-hour time restriction.
All-Day Aria Buffet Pass
There has been a new all-day pass at the Aria Buffet recently.
It costs $60 for full-day access, which includes admission for all three meals and until 10 pm Saturdays and Sundays are the only days of the week when the all-day pass is not available. It isn’t even accessible on weekends or official holidays.
The pass is a wonderful deal if you don’t mind spending the whole day at the Aria Buffet. On a workday, the total cost of breakfast, lunch, and supper would be $100.97 before tax, compared to the $60 cost of the pass. Not to mention the convenience of sneaking into the buffet whenever you feel like it and enjoying a snack or meal without paying an additional fee.
Also, as at most other restaurants, the budget-minded client could always walk in at 2:45 or so and pay the lesser admission charge but still have access to the enlarged (and more costly) dinner buffet items put out at 3 pm.
In contrast to the Bellagio or other buffets, the Aria buffet does not have a reputation for large lineups. The buffet’s location on the second level is partly to blame.
However, if you go to the Aria buffet, ask for a window seat. The lighting, scenery, and recently-renovated décor contribute to a pleasant mood.
The toll-free number for Aria Buffet
For groups of 16 or more, use this number: (702) 590-8638
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