As well as casinos, Vegas seems to have an abundance of buffet style restaurants. We've tried a few but prefer the Luxor and usually end up here at least once whenever we're in Vegas.
Don't even think of coming here for breakfast unless you've built up an appetite because the presentation and selection is so appealing that you're going to want to try a little bit of everything.
The lay out is spacious with lots of room between the long buffet tables that are piled with sausages, ham, bacon, potatoes, pancakes, eggs, salads, fruit and pastries galore and more items than I can remember.
Seating is rather tacky because there is such a long line up that you feel like part of a cattle herd as you shuffle along but the wait isn't usually longer than 15 minutes and once seated, the booths have enough space between them that you do have some privacy.
We've not been here for the lunch or dinner buffet - usually we eat so much during a late breakfast that it keeps us full for most of the day.
A word of caution - if you plan to make a habit of eating at buffets, you better make a habit of getting lots of exercise to burn off those calories.