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cuisine

Buffet

avg entree price

$45
Children (4-10 Years) $25

price level

$$$$

attire

Casual

contact

702-777-7943

hours

Daily 3:30pm - 9:30pm

Present your local ID and Total Rewards Card for a 25% dining discount.

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Under the sea (under the sea!): After leaving Rio’s Village Seafood Buffet, you’ll be crooning the iconic “Little Mermaid” track in no time. Or not. Either way, this Las Vegas buffet’s vast seafood selection will get your taste buds singing. The hardest part? Figuring out where to start – and when to end.

Village Seafood Buffet’s comfortably accommodates up to 600 guests. Large tables are perfect for business lunches and family reunions. Seafood lovers – you just entered heaven. With the endless portions, you’re sure to have a swimmingly good time.

WHAT TO EAT AT THIS LAS VEGAS SEAFOOD BUFFET

This is the only buffet in town that serves lobster, so eat up! You can also pile your plate high with snow crab legs, shrimp, fresh shucked oysters, sushi and more. The shrimp and grits is a popular dish.

Here, you’ll even get to travel the world and the seven seas. Village Seafood Buffet’s Seven Seas spread represent dishes from the Mediterranean, the Pacific Rim, the Baja region, South America and North America.

Pair your never-ending seafood medley with the Vegas buffet’s Mega Margarita. Order two and you get to keep the glass.

EXPERT TIPS

  • Endless oysters, crab legs and shrimp
  • Freshly imported catch from around the world
  • Extra stations with traditional buffet dishes
  • Creative, flavorful dishes creatively incorporate various fish
  • Hard-to-find seafood offerings, including lobster

WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT

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Reviews

"This is the Rio's "other" buffet, devoted entirely to seafood. The dining area features 13,000 square feet of bold colors and design. We like the swordfish enchiladas, freshwater prawns from Indonesia, Canadian snow crab, Thai barbecue prawns and the sushi." -Gayot