One of Las Vegas’s few surviving classic buffets may be found at Circus Circus. The buffet at Circus Circus Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas isn’t the best on the Strip, but it’s certainly not the worst either.
It’s called the Circus Buffet, and it’s not to be confused with Caesars Palace’s Bacchanal Buffet.
On the bright side, the Circus Buffet is one of the cheapest on the Las Vegas Strip, competing with the Flamingo buffet.
The buffet, located on the casino floor, is a popular spot. But once you get beyond the ropes, you’ll find that the indoor eating room is wide and spread out, with two major serving sections divided by a self-service beverage station. The interior design is straightforward.
Brunch at the Circus
The standard breakfast buffet mainstays, such as fresh fruit (apples, bananas) and sliced fruit, may be found at this buffet (watermelon and cantaloupe).
You may choose from various cereals at the cereal bar (generic versions of Apple Jacks, Cocoa Puffs, Raisin Bran, Fruit Loops, etc.)
You’ll find everything from French toast and waffles to biscuits and gravy and hard-boiled eggs that you need to know to get started. The omelet station, where guests may customize their omelets, will be available throughout the brunch (2 p.m.).
Bagels with various spreads, including a maple walnut raisin spread, blueberry, and strawberry, are available.
Doughnuts, cinnamon buns, muffins, and other sweet pastries are among the more indulgent offerings.
Macaroni & cheese, corn dogs, chicken fingers, and an acceptable salad bar are some of the lunch options. There are also some deli meats and cheeses available.
The Dinner Buffet at Circus Circus
You may expect to see many of the same items served for brunch at dinner and a few new additions.
Spaghetti, meatballs, and other hot pasta meals may be found in the pasta area.
You’ll get everything from egg rolls to fried rice to spicy beef in the Asian cuisine department.
Noodles alfredo, fried shrimp, and baked fish are on the seafood menu.
A small carving station and pizza are available, of course.
Among the offerings at the Mexican station are tacos, burritos, chips and salsa, taquitos, and a combination of chicken, shrimp, and fajitas.
In addition to traditional American fares such as burgers and hot dogs, there are other classics like mashed potatoes and gravy, oven-baked potatoes, and baked chicken.
Instead of just a few selections for a Caesar salad, the salad bar at night includes a small area where you may customize your Caesar salad with things like prawns and anchovies.
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We’re now ready to discuss our favorite desserts:
Brownies, cookies, cheesecake, jello and pies (coconut cream, cherry, and apple), carrot cake, bread pudding, and soft-serve ice cream cones are all on the menu (chocolate or vanilla).
Self-serve Pepsi drinks, milk (whole, skim, 2 percent, and chocolate), iced tea, hot tea, and fruit juices are available in the center beverage area. There is a cappuccino machine in addition to standard and decaf coffee.
The Buffet at Circus Circus in Las Vegas is open at these times.
|7 AM to 2 PM
|4:30 PM to 10 PM
These hours apply to every day of the week; however, lately, weekdays have been reduced to no buffets. This might, however, be modified in the future.
The Buffet Price at Circus Circus
“Brunch” is used as a price term for breakfast and lunch buffets. For this reason, you will pay the same fee regardless of what time of day you arrive.
At 11 a.m., the noon portion of brunch starts, and new food items are served.
|Brunch (Monday – Friday) Currently not available.
|Brunch (Saturday & Sunday)
|Dinner (Monday – Thursday) Currently not available
|Dinner (Friday – Sunday)
Please note that these prices do not include the 8.38 percent local sales tax. As a result, a meal for two on a Saturday night would cost $60.67.
Holidays and hectic 3-day Las Vegas weekends saw costs soar by an extra $3 each dinner.
Buffet at the Circus Childcare Costs
The Circus Buffet in Las Vegas sees a lot of families since it is one of the only hotels on the Strip that caters to families with children. In addition, if your kids are as particular as mine, you’ll love the discount they get.
Children aged 4 to 10 pay $18.99 for breakfast and supper. Prices are reduced during the weekend. Prices are $1 lower on weekdays.
Children under the age of 3 eat for free. Full adult fees will be charged to children ages eleven and above.
In addition, a $2 discount per person was recently offered to seniors (those 55 and above). However, I’m not sure whether this is still the case, so you may want to check with the wait staff when you first arrive to find out.
The Circus Circus Buffet has received many negative reviews on Yelp, but if you walk in with the right expectations, aware that it is not the Wynn buffet, you may just leave happy (and full to boot).