Located amid downtown Las Vegas’ bustle, the Fremont Hotel & Casino is a great alternative for budget-conscious travelers. For its buffet, that’s particularly so.
The Paradise Buffet at the Fremont Hotel & Casino is one of the most affordable buffets in Las Vegas.
For example, on weekdays, the breakfast buffet costs only $9.99 at this retro buffet, complete with imitation palm palms and retro casino lighting from the 1970s. When Las Vegas casinos offered great lunch bargains to lure in new gamblers, that low pricing is reminiscent of those days.
Paradise Café is situated behind the buffet. However, it is an order-off-the-menu restaurant with pricing different from what is indicated below in the table.
Fremont Casino’s Paradise Buffet Prices and Hours
However, dinner costs might vary from night to night since there are various delicacies served each night.
If you don’t have a BConnected player’s card, or if you’re at the lowest level, you’ll see costs below that are for you (Ruby).
B Connected users at the Sapphire, Emerald, Onyx, or Titanium tiers pay $1 less than the prices shown below:
Breakfast – $9.99 Monday – Friday: 7 AM to 10:30 AM
Champagne Brunch – $14.99 Saturday & Sunday: 7 AM to 3 PM
Lunch – $10.99 Monday – Friday: 11 AM to 3 PM
Sunday, Monday (Prime Rib Nights): 4 PM to 10 PM – $16.99
Tuesday (Seafood night): 4 PM to 10 PM – $26.99
Wednesday (Steak night): 4 PM to 10 PM – $17.99
Thursday (Prime Rib night): 4 PM to 10 PM – $16.99
Friday (Seafood night): 4 PM to 11 PM – $26.99
Saturday (Steak Night): 4 PM to 11 PM – $17.99
Of course, the B Connected cards are free to use, and they may be used to earn points at any of the 10 Las Vegas Boyd Gaming sites, including the Fremont, California Hotel & Casino, Sam’s Town, and Main Street Station.
These costs do not include taxes or gratuities. A buffet dinner costs 8.38 percent more in Las Vegas than elsewhere. After taxes, a meal for two at $17.99 per person on a Saturday night would cost $38.94. (but before tip).
It’s free to dine at Fremont’s buffet for children under three. Previously, children ages 4 to 10 paid one dollar less than adults, but Fremont’s website now lists the costs for children 4 to 10 as the same as those for adults.
However, it might be a typographical error. We know that children above the age of eleven must pay the full amount.
A lot of people
If you’re planning a large party, you may want to know that groups of 10 or more are charged an additional $1 per person for breakfast and lunch buffets and $2 per person for supper. This information is not stated on the Fremont website.
Menu Items at Fremont Casino’s Paradise Buffet
Eggs, Belgian waffles, pancakes, sticky buns, biscuits and gravy, fruits, and pastries are just a few of the items available at the omelet station during breakfast and brunch (including donuts). Except for the low price, there isn’t much to note.
Unlimited champagne is served during the weekend brunch. The Paradise Buffet’s nightly buffet has a distinct theme, and the pricing reflects this, as you can see from the rates shown above.
You’ll be able to eat as much crab as you want on Tuesdays and Fridays during the seafood evenings, including all kinds of seafood such as crab legs and shrimp, mussels, crab, and clam soup.
In addition to your standard salad bar with the normal toppings and sides, you’ll also find pre-made salads, potatoes, spaghetti, and a Caesar salad on the various islands. There are a few different soups in rotation.
An “All-American” station, a Southwest station, and Chinese and Italian stations are included in the buffet and the salad bar. On some evenings, there is a carving station that includes roast beef and ham in addition to prime rib.
Along with the hot dog and burger stands, there’s a place where you can build your deli sandwich from turkey, roast beef, and ham.
There’s pizza, mashed potatoes, manicotti, pasta with clam sauce, veggie medley, spaghetti, fried chicken, “catch of the day,” a chicken curry, sweet potato marshmallow dish, sweet potato enchiladas, create your tacos and fajitas, and even jambalaya on the menu.
Every night they serve freshly cooked sushi. In my opinion, there are three options.
A soft-serve ice cream machine (chocolate and vanilla) and six different toppings are available in their dessert section. There are individual plates of pies, cakes, cookies, cupcakes, and a soft-serve machine with chocolate and vanilla.
Drinks are not self-service at this buffet, unlike many on the Strip. Your waiter will bring them to your attention, and you can place an order for them.
The phone number for the Fremont Hotel’s Paradise Buffet
The Fremont Hotel & Casino’s official website is here: Fremontcasino.com