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The Bellagio Buffet is one of the first luxury buffets on the Las Vegas Strip.

Highly rated, and world renowned, you can always count on great food in a nice atmosphere.

News released by Eater Las Vegas reports The Buffet at Bellagio will be undergoing a partial renovation in 600 sq ft of the existing space, removing seating to accommodate four drink stations to handle the unlimited drink option featuring limitless refills on Margaritas, Bloody Mary’s, sparkling wine or beer.

The remodel is estimated to cost the Bellagio $693,327. The breakfast buffet has a wide selection of all breakfast foods including these amazing pastries, danish, muffins, and doughnuts.

They also feature a whole grain bar with bagels and croissants with jellies, nuts, seeds, and dried fruits.

There are every kind of eggs with the traditional scrambled, luxurious eggs benedict with a yummy Hollendaise sauce, and an omelet bar.

And, of course they offer hasbrowns, french toast, pancakes, blintzes, and crepes, along with bacon, sausage, and ham for an amazing breakfast at Bellagio.

During lunch and dinner service, patrons can head to four stations serving dishes from the other Bellagio restaurants.

Diners can get Lago by Julian Serrano’s Malloreddus Pasta with pork sausage and tomato sauce; Harvest by Roy Ellamar’s chopped spinach salad with Blue Lizard Farm’s bloomsdale spinach, bacon, blue cheese, asparagus and tomato vinaigrette; Noodles’ chicken pad Thai with flat rice noodles, chicken, egg, peanuts, bean sprouts and onions; and Todd English’s Olives’ Tuscan farmhouse flatbread with mozzarella cheese, shaved Smithfield ham, asparagus and caramelized onions.

The Bellagio dinner buffet also now offers hot snow crab and Dungeness crab seven days a week, as well as a new dishes at the teppan station, such as quail, wild boar and lamb sausage, available from 3 to 10 p.m. Also expanded, the caviar station, now available seven days a week from 3 to 10 p.m. A chef attendant overseeing the station creates blinis and miniature buckwheat waffles on the fly.

Diners can add chopped egg, onions and crème fraiche.

Brunch adds everything you see above for breakfast and adds several stations of deli meats and salads, fresh fruit, and cheeses.