Judging from the overwhelming response to our recent post on Caesars Palace's soon-to-open $17 million Bacchanal Buffet, readers are Vegas lovers who're choosy about Sin City's multiple options for all-you-can-eat.
Last year, USA TODAY surveyed top Vegas experts, and the buffet that won the "best of" crown was the Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas casino resort. As our "Best of" article raved:
"... what makes Wicked Spoon the next generation of Vegas all-you-can-eats is up-to-the-minute, delish dishes (clams with jalapeño, Yucatan green rice, arugula and blackberry salad). Presentation is outstanding: sweet potato fries in miniature metal "fryers"; mini chicken pot pies. Chew until you can't at dozens of stations, including a gelato bar at a dessert center featuring a pastry case groaning with house-made mini treats.