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Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas: Lunch Buffet for Two w/ Unlimited Drinks $36, Dinner Buffet for Two w/ Unlimited Drinks $45

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Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas [groupon.com]
  • $36 for a lunch buffet for two (up to a $73.96 total value)
    • All-you-can-eat lunch for two (up to a $24.99 value each)
    • Unlimited drinks for two (a $11.99 value each)
  • $45 for a dinner buffet for two (a $91.96 total value)
    • All-you-can-eat dinner for two (up to a $33.99 value each)
    • Unlimited drinks for two (a $11.99 value each)
Expires 90 days after purchase.
Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 2 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Not valid for breakfast buffet or special events. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Buffet food selections vary by day, based on season and availability. Not valid on holiday weekends. Lunch valid Monday-Friday only.

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#16
Man I'm hungry. Wish I was in Las Vegas right now. I could use a good liquoring up as well. :-)
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#17
the 24hr buffet deal is the best if it is still available.
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#18
Quote from hiloyo63 View Post :
local here . My opinion Paris is the Best Breakfast buffet in town yet weaker selection and strange poorly attempted main dishes make it not even top 10 for lunch or dinner...
good to know. I don't mind buffet for breakfast.. maybe even lunch, but I don't go to vegas to sit in a buffet for dinner. not even when i get old enough to use my aarp card...
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#19
Best food ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#20
Would the Friday before Memorial Day be considered holiday weekend?
Edit: nevermind, saw it in the question section, Friday to Sunday night are considered holiday weekend.

For those interested, here's my Vegas buffet ranking, higher on the list is better IMO (yes, I am a fat ass that's been to all of them, most of them multiple times...)

Tiers are based on price, not quality. For example, I would rather go to M resort over Bellagio and possiblely Caesars & Aria.

Top tier ($35+ for dinner on weekends) - If you want to splurge on buffet in Vegas I recommend on of these.
  1. Cosmopolitan (great food, good selection, good desserts)
  2. Wynn (great food, ok selection, great desserts)
  3. Aria (great food, good selection, great desserts) FYI this is for the old Aria buffet, I haven't been back since they renovated it to make it more high end.
  4. Caesars (good food, good selection, good desserts)
  5. Bellagio (ok food, great selection, good desserts)


Mid tier (Around $30 for dinner) - list is incomplete as I haven't been to some of the less renowned places.
  1. M resort (good food, good selection, great desserts) Great value, price include free beer/wine!
  2. Paris (good food, ok selection, great desserts)
  3. Rio world buffet (ok food, great selection, ok desserts)
  4. Planet Hollywood (ok food, good selection, ok desserts)

Low tier
  • Not gonna bother with this, most of them are away from the strip. General rule of thumb, if they are around $15 to $20 for dinner they tend to be decent, anything less than that they tend to be crap.
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Quote from ryocho View Post :
Would the Friday before Memorial Day be considered holiday weekend?

For those interested, here's my Vegas buffet ranking, higher on the list is better IMO (yes, I am a fat ass that's been to all of them, most of them multiple times...)

Top tier ($35+ for dinner on weekends) - If you want to splurge on buffet in Vegas I recommend on of these.
  1. Cosmopolitan (great food, good selection, good desserts)
  2. Wynn (great food, ok selection, great desserts)
  3. Aria (great food, good selection, great desserts) FYI this is for the old Aria buffet, I haven't been back since they renovated it to make it more high end.
  4. Ceasers (good food, good selection, good desserts)
  5. Bellagio (ok food, great selection, good desserts)


Mid tier (Around $30 for dinner) - list is incomplete as I haven't been to some of the less renowned places.
  1. M resort (good food, good selection, great desserts) Great value, price include free beer/wine!
  2. Paris (good food, ok selection, great desserts)
  3. Rio world buffet (ok food, great selection, ok desserts)
  4. Planet Hollywood (ok food, good selection, ok desserts)

Low tier
  • Not gonna bother with this, most of them are away from the strip. General rule of thumb, if they are around $15 to $20 for dinner they tend to be decent, anything less than that they tend to be crap.
Reps for taking the time to go into so much detail! Thanks
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#22
I'm going to Las Vegas next month, do any of you have anything else suggestion for me beside this deal? thanks
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Quote from ryocho View Post :
Would the Friday before Memorial Day be considered holiday weekend?

For those interested, here's my Vegas buffet ranking, higher on the list is better IMO (yes, I am a fat ass that's been to all of them, most of them multiple times...)

Top tier ($35+ for dinner on weekends) - If you want to splurge on buffet in Vegas I recommend on of these.
  1. Cosmopolitan (great food, good selection, good desserts)
  2. Wynn (great food, ok selection, great desserts)
  3. Aria (great food, good selection, great desserts) FYI this is for the old Aria buffet, I haven't been back since they renovated it to make it more high end.
  4. Ceasers (good food, good selection, good desserts)
  5. Bellagio (ok food, great selection, good desserts)


Mid tier (Around $30 for dinner) - list is incomplete as I haven't been to some of the less renowned places.
  1. M resort (good food, good selection, great desserts) Great value, price include free beer/wine!
  2. Paris (good food, ok selection, great desserts)
  3. Rio world buffet (ok food, great selection, ok desserts)
  4. Planet Hollywood (ok food, good selection, ok desserts)

Low tier
  • Not gonna bother with this, most of them are away from the strip. General rule of thumb, if they are around $15 to $20 for dinner they tend to be decent, anything less than that they tend to be crap.
I disagree with this list. I think the Bellagio buffet is absolutely disgusting. We ate there in March and were very disappointed. The only meat they had at lunch was flank steak. YUK. M Resort is FAR better than the Bellagio buffet.

Sadly, I think the Paris buffet has gone wwwaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy downhill. The atmosphere, service and quality make it last on my list. Sad because I used to love it.
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#24
Anyone else remember when Vegas used to be cheap to eat at? (I mean like $5-$6 for dinner buffets)
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#25
Quote from tangerinemixer View Post :
I disagree with this list. I think the Bellagio buffet is absolutely disgusting. We ate there in March and were very disappointed. The only meat they had at lunch was flank steak. YUK. M Resort is FAR better than the Bellagio buffet.
I put Bellagio in the top tier based on their price and selection. It makes a decent choice for first timer that's looking to try a wide range of items, but don't care much about quality.

I do agree with you, I would much rather go to M resort than Bellagio. I cried when I saw them cook the "kobe" beef to well done at Bellagio...
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Quote from ryocho View Post :
I put Bellagio in the top tier based on their price and selection. It makes a decent choice for first timer that's looking to try a wide range of items, but don't care much about quality.

I do agree with you, I would much rather go to M resort than Bellagio. I cried when I saw them cook the "kobe" beef to well done at Bellagio...
I LOL'd at your beef comment. SERIOUSLY?!!! They did that?! I would have cried too. My heart would have been broken. Frown That's almost as bad as all the well done Prime Rib I've seen these days. What's the point? At least PR Is relatively cheap. To ruin Kobe like that is a mortal sin.
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Quote from mcjazz1232 View Post :
Still cant beat a breakfast buffet at the Palms for $6. Just got back from Vegas and already miss the buffets.
going to vegas next week. any hot deals i should know about?
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#28
I enjoyed the Paris buffet when I went. Although its not as good as Bellagio or Wicked Spoon, I thought it was definitely one of the better ones. The prime rib there was very tasty. Also stuffed my face in creme brulee for dessert!
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#29
Quote from PennStateFan View Post :
I ate there and it was good. But that was about 4 years ago... And the prices were about $15 for lunch buffet and $22 for dinner if I remember correctly.
this used to be one of my favorite buffets in vegas. but recently the quality has gone down a lot. currently i like the wicked spoon at the cosmopolitan as my favorite. aria, bellagio and wynn are my next favorites.

and don't forget hash house a go-go (ok its not a buffet, but they have great food)
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Quote from tangerinemixer View Post :
I LOL'd at your beef comment. SERIOUSLY?!!! They did that?! I would have cried too. My heart would have been broken. Frown That's almost as bad as all the well done Prime Rib I've seen these days. What's the point? At least PR Is relatively cheap. To ruin Kobe like that is a mortal sin.
I believe it was "Kobe Style" beef, not real kobe.
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