Feast Buffet at Palace Station Declares Midnight Buffet Is Back!

The Feast Buffet at Palace Station declares that Midnight Buffet Is Back! That means you can enjoy a late-night buffet between the hours of midnight & 8 am.

Feast Buffet at Palace Station
Feast Buffet at Palace Station

In order to make sure the late-night dining crowd is satisfied, not only will you see some of the Feast Buffet’s normal items, but you will also see fish, chicken, desserts, and breakfast items.

Prices for the Midnight Buffet at the Feast Buffet are as follows:

Regular $10.99
Boarding Pass Preferred $8.99
Boarding Pass Gold $6.99
Children 2-10 $7.99

Not sure why you would bring your child to the buffet between midnight and 8 am, but it is Vegas.

The regular hours are:

Monday through Saturday – Breakfast 8 am to 11 am, Lunch 11:00 am – 4:00 pm, and Dinner 4 pm to 9 pm.
Sunday Brunch is from 8 am to 4 pm.

Prior to the Midnight Buffet, the buffets at major properties around Las Vegas had only been open until 10 pm.

About Feast Buffet at Palace Station

You don’t have to travel the world to enjoy high-quality international cuisine thanks to the Feast Buffet at Palace Station. There you can sample culinary delights from around the globe at what is widely regarded to be the best buffet in Las Vegas. Recently voted Best Brunch Buffet by the readers of Las Vegas Review-Journal, they promise you won’t leave disappointed!

Whatever your tastes may be, you’re virtually guaranteed to find your favorite foods at the Feast Buffet. They’ve got Italian, American, Chinese, and more, with convenient stations representing international culinary destinations. But what’s more, they feature chef stations where you can order your favorite dishes cooked to order, and perfectly in line with your specific standards. Bring the whole family down for a breakfast, lunch or dinner buffet and be sure to bring along your Boarding Pass card for some super savings. All Las Vegas buffets claim to have something for everyone, but the Feast Buffet takes that experience to the next level in both choice and quality.

Some buffets in Las Vegas offer coupons, but the Feast Buffet doesn’t play by the standard rules. Their year-round pricing is so affordable that you won’t need a discount.

Travelivery Las Vegas by Jeremy Womack

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