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Circus Buffet

2880 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Circus Circus Dr.) Send to Phone
Traditional basic buffet dating back to “the way Las Vegas used to be.”

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily

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Circus Buffet Restaurant Review

: Opened in 1968, Circus Circus became renowned for its traditional and basic buffet --- and wants to keep it that way. The salad bar displays mixed greens with all the trimmings, two soups and fresh fruit. The entrée station offers baked ham with raisins, turkey with stuffing and gravy, beef stew, fried shrimp, baked fish, rice pilaf, mashed potatoes, pastas with sauces, and Mexican specialties with Spanish rice. Desserts include pies, cakes, muffins and vanilla and chocolate soft-serve frozen custard. The self-serve Beverage Oasis features fruit juices, iced and hot tea, coffee, original and French vanilla cappuccino, and a variety of soft drinks. Breakfast Mon.-Fri. $14.99 (children 4-10 $8.99), Sat.-Sun. $15.99 (children 4-10 $8.99); Lunch Mon.-Fri. $15.99 (children 4-10 $9.99), Sat.-Sun. $16.99 (children 4-10 $9.99); Dinner Mon.-Thurs. $17.99 (children 4-10 $10.99), Fri.-Sun. $18.99 (children 4-10 $10.99).
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