Paradise Buffet Prices

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Located inside the Fremont Hotel and Casino is the Paradise Buffet and Cafe, a classic all-you-can-eat hotel/casino restaurant in the Sin City. Set in a campy tropical fantasy setting, it is a great representation of what people have in mind about Las Vegas: bright, sparkly, and extravagant.

Here’s a list of Paradise buffet prices:

ItemCost

Lunch Buffet

Monday-Friday (11:00am-4:00pm)

Kids (1yr – 11yr) $0.80/year
Adults$9.29
Senior (60 and up) or Military Personnel10% Off

Saturday (11:00am-4:00pm)

Kids (1yr – 11yr) $0.90/year
Adults$11.79
Senior (60 and up) or Military Personnel10% Off

Dinner Buffet

Monday-Thursday (4:00pm-9:00pm)

Kids (1yr – 11yr) $0.90/year
Adults$11.79
Senior (60 and up) or Military Personnel10% Off

Friday-Saturday (4:00pm-9:30pm)

Kids (1yr – 11yr) $0.93/year
Adults$12.89
Senior (60 and up) or Military Personnel10% Off

Sunday All Day

Kids (1yr – 11yr) $0.93/year
Adults$12.89
Senior (60 and up) or Military Personnel10% Off

Drinks

Children$1.09
Adults$2.09

History

The Paradise Buffet basks in the great history of the Fremont Hotel & Casino, being its resident buffet restaurant. Once the tallest building in Las Vegas, the Fremont is found in Downtown Las Vegas along the Fremont Street. It is a part of the Fremont Street Experience, which is a pedestrian mall and popular tourist attraction in the area.

Officially known as the Paradise Buffet and Cafe, this all-you-can-eat restaurant features a variety of specials nights, weekend champagne brunch, and a wide assortment of international cuisine dishes.

What They are Famous For

If you’re planning on dining at Fremont’s buffet, here are a few things you can look forward to.

  1. The best fried chicken. It might be a little weird to gorge yourself with fried chicken on a buffet when there’s literally a ton of other options, but the Paradise Buffet actually makes excellent fried chicken, so it will be a shame to miss out on them. They’re fried perfectly, great for binge eating.
  2. Fresh seafood selection. Tuesdays and Fridays are Seafood Fantasy nights so you can expect to pay a bit more and dine on a lot of fresh crab legs and oysters on these days. If you love seafood, make sure to schedule your visit during these evenings.
  3. Great prime rib. If you feel like filling yourself with some prime rib, Sundays, Mondays, and Thursdays are Pardise Buffet’s Prime Rib Nights. Head to the carving station and get a few (or more) slices of rare prime rib and while away your evening digging on some fine meats.
  4. Awesome steak nights. If you’re more of a steak guy, schedule your buffet dinner here on Saturdays and Wednesdays because that’s when they serve some great steaks.
  5. Affordable prices with discounts. The Paradise Buffet and Cafe tries to keep the old Las Vegas trend of friendly-priced all-you-can-eat restaurants by offering affordable prices on their buffet. You can even get discounts if you sign up with the casino’s players’ card, making a good deal even better.

Why Dine at the Paradise Buffet

If you’re after a classic Las Vegas vacation, you definitely shouldn’t miss a buffet meal at the Paradise Buffet and Cafe. Its great prices, good food, and proximity to a major tourist destination make it a solid dining option.

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Last Updated: April 14, 2017 11:08 pm

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