The Palms Casino by far has one of the most friendly and visually appealing casino floors in Las Vegas. It's vast, open, bright, and with great attention to detail. We met my nephew and his friend here for lunch. My nephew and his friend stay here often. This is where their posse meets up for pool season, bachelor parties, or UFC fight nights.
First Look at the Palms' A.Y.C.E. Buffet. The big difference is the pricing. It starts at just $8.99 for breakfast when you show a Boarding Pass card. Lunch is $11.99 and dinner is $17.99 (all $2 more without a card). From what we saw, at these prices this could be the best buffet deal in Las Vegas.
Breakfast at the Bistro Buffet inside the Palms is a solid all-you-can eat establishment filled with plenty of favorites for a cheap price, but the distance from the strip can be a bit of a downfall. The Palms Hotel and Casino Resort is located on Flamingo road, a little ways from the Las Vegas strip.
Palms Casino Resort is proud to present the newly renovated and highly innovative A.Y.C.E. Buffet. And for those of you who are wondering "what does A.Y.C.E. stand for?" It's only the best part of why you go to a buffet… All You Can Eat! The reimagined buffet concept, distinct culinary options and swanky environment opened on December 22.
The Palms' buffet restaurant is A.Y.C.E., the acronym for all-you-can-eat - and considering the affordable Palms buffet prices, you can indeed eat until you cannot take another bite! The chefs work hard in redefining the Las Vegas-style buffet as we know it through innovative presentations and interpretations of many of the world's cuisines.
Unprecedented suites. Unrivaled art. Uncompromising service. Welcome to the new Palms.