This buffet was good compared to the horrible stratosphere. and it was only a couple of dollars more.
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My sister and I first heard about the Rio's buffet many years ago from a few of the locals. At that time the wait on a Friday evening was 2 1/2 hours compared to the wait time of 45 minutes for the regular buffet. The...More
Luckily, we came here for the seafood buffet, which I understand is priced significantly higher than the regular buffet. Although, the regular buffet does include popcorn shrimp, crab legs, and crawfish so all is not lost. The seafood buffet area requires special admission once you've...More
I did not like the taste or the price food did not taste fresh. wait staff slow. had to wait like 30 mins if i know i had to wait in line i would of left.
My wife and I have heard for many years about the famous Seafood Buffet at the Rio but never had the opportunity to try it. On May 1st we decided to give it a try. We paid $100.00 for the Seafood Buffet and were very...More
We gulped at the price when we entered the restaurant ($50), but after seeing the amazing selection of seafood and participating mightily at the seafood and dessert buffets, we were thrilled with our choice for our last meal in Vegas. The fresh, raw and broiled...More
I visited here with a colleague after receiving a text from the Vegas promotion texts I signed up that allowed a buy one get one free entree deal. This brought the prices here into our per diem budget for work. We enjoyed the service and...More
Went to this place on Valentines Day. Long wait (could be because it was Valentines Day). However, it was well worth the wait. The food was delicious. Especially the salmon, adn the lobster mac and cheese!! Yummy! I also was able to get a glass...More