Sometimes The best-laid plans of mice and men can go awry. That’s a trip to Las Vegas in a nutshell. We can make all the plans we want but Sin City can get the best of you. No matter your vice, it’s easy to skip plans. Can’t pull yourself away from the blackjack table? Oh well, that’s Vegas.
There’s so much to do that you can just get to whatever was scheduled another time. The easiest thing to skip in Las Vegas are the meals. Sure the finest dining restaurants are only open a few hours per night but there’s always a place to eat open somewhere.
Las Vegas is the real city that never sleeps. Most casinos still have at least one restaurant that’s open nearly 24 hours a day (they close 10pm-midnight). The restaurants that stay open usually have the largest menu. Casino cafes and 24-hour restaurants usually a wide variety of dishes to fill any mood. However, that’s only going to satisfy one craving.
There’s only one 24 hour buffet open near the Vegas Strip that will crave every single late night craving someone might have. Palace Station recently closed their 24-hour cafe for renovation. Have no fear, the new Feast Buffet is here! This buffet is open all day and all night long.
The Feast Buffet serves up breakfast Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., lunch Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., dinner nightly from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. and brunch Sundays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Most important is the new overnight menu. You can now dine at the Feast Buffet at Palace Station daily from midnight to 8 a.m.
From signature breakfast eats to dinner delights, guests at the Palace Station buffet may indulge in a sampling of the eclectic menu at newly revamped Feast Buffet. You can kick off your ultimate late-night feast with dishes such as pancakes, French toast, scrambled eggs, biscuits, and more.
Breakfast food is only the beginning of the food options. The buffet also offers non-breakfast dishes on their late night menu. Dishes include rotisserie chicken, cheeseburger sliders, baked cod, fried chicken and roasted pork. There is even a wide variety of sides including cream corn, buffalo bleu mac and cheese, and maple glazed carrots to name a few.
The price of the overnight menu might be its best feature. The Overnight menu at the Palace Station Feast Buffet is priced at $6.99 or $8.99 per person for Boarding Pass loyalty card holders. If you don’t have a players club card the buffet is only $10.99 per person (before tax and gratuity). If you don’t have a players club card you can sign up for a Boarding Pass players club here.
Renovations to The Grand Cafe at Palace Station are expected to last from four to six months. This special overnight buffet may not last once the cafe reopens. Enjoy it while you can!
Marc Meltzer covers Las Vegas, gaming and men’s lifestyle for various outlets. Check out his blog at Edge Vegas.