In addition to coffee shops, buffets are a great place to get a quality Vegas meal on the cheap. Choose wisely, however, as a bad buffet experience can do more than simply ruin a meal. Quality establishments include: Le Village Buffet at Paris, Spice Market Buffet and Planet Hollywood, Bellagio and Wynn (both real pricey – but worth it) and Cravings at The Mirage. When dealing with buffets it’s always important to remember that you get what you pay for, and the phrase “how bad could it be?” doesn’t really apply when speaking of buffets in Las Vegas (the answer to this question is typically “worse than you could possibly imagine”). Do some buffet research before you go and if you notice one that gets consistently poor reviews, (Circus Circus) do yourself and your stomach a favor and stay as far away as possible.