All You Can Eat Paradise

Grab your bottomless plate, bring your appetite and head on over to our picks for the best in All You Can Eat Paradises.
By: Laurel D'Agenais

If you can't decide between a hamburger and a steak, why not get both? We've searched the country for the best places to chow down and chow down BIG. Buffets are nothing new. Since Roman times, we've all enjoyed a little feast now and again. So grab your bottomless plate, bring your appetite and head on over to our picks for the best in All You Can Eat Paradises.

Bellagio Hotel & Casino
Las Vegas, Nevada
Las Vegas is the pleasure capital of the world, and the buffets served in the hotels and casinos reflect that title. At the Bellagio Hotel & Casino, gourmet-style buffets are the specialty. Each day, Executive Chef Wolfgang Von Wieser caters to over 4,000 tourists. From Kobe beef to 8 different types of pizza, it's impossible to go home hungry. Be sure to sample the fish, beef Wellington and the suckling pig -- 3 of the most popular dishes served at the Bellagio Hotel & Casino.

The Broadmoor Hotel
Colorado Springs, Colorado
For over 90 years, The Broadmoor Hotel has been exuding culinary opulence with their famous Sunday brunches, and preparing such a feast every week is no picnic. Each Sunday brunch takes all week for The Broadmoor chefs to prepare. From homemade sausages to chocolate filigrees, The Broadmoor Hotel has the gourmet buffet down to a science. If you are looking for a little more than cereal and milk, bring your appetite and pay a visit to The Broadmoor Hotel. 

The Castaway
Burbank, California
Located high in the Burbank hills near Los Angeles is The Castaway. The nautically themed restaurant is best known for its seafood, especially their crab dishes. Unlike a typical Sunday brunch, The Castaway has a full bar available. Be sure to leave the restaurant on a sugar high -- The Castaway serves over 25 different types of dessert.

Gauchos Village
Glendale, California
If you'd like a little taste of Brazilian cuisine, take a trip to Gauchos Village in Glendale, CA. At Gauchos Village, an eye-catching array of Brazilian cuisine like churrasco and deep-fried bananas is served in a buffet-style setting. With over 15 different types of beef, chicken and pork dishes, Gauchos Village is a nonstop, meat-eating feast. At night the restaurant is transformed into a nightclub, complete with Brazilian music and dancers.

Pea Soup Andersen's
Buellton, California
If you are looking for the ultimate soup-eating experience, head on over to Pea Soup Andersen's in Buellton, CA. For over 80 years, the restaurant has been serving up bottomless bowls of its famous split pea soup. Made with a delectable blend of fresh peas and spices, it's no wonder that the chefs at Pea Soup Andersen's go through over 135 tons of peas each year.

The Langham Hotel
Boston, Massachusetts
At the Langham Hotel's Café  Fleuri chocolate bar, chocoholics can enjoy over 120 different types of desserts, made from several different types of chocolate, including cocoa berry, organic and Mexican chocolate. So bring your sweet tooth and dive in to chocolate heaven. 

Denny's Beer Barrel Pub
Clearfield, Pennsylvania
In a small town of less than 7,000 people, Denny's Beer Barrel Pub is known for making big impressions. Denny's is best known for setting the Guinness World Record for serving the largest hamburger. At 123 pounds of beef, the "Beer Barrel Main Event Charity Burger" is a surprisingly popular item on the menu for family get-togethers and birthday parties. Not feeling hungry enough for 100 lbs. of beef? Try the 50-pound "Beer Barrel Belly Bruiser" instead. 

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