If you were a fan of Station Casinos’ budget-friendly buffets, we have bad news for you. The company recently confirmed that its buffets will NOT return in any capacity.
“We re going to put the dollars into the place where we make money. It s going to be a focus on slot machines and table games, our primary business. We ll have several restaurant options. We will not have a buffet,” CEO of Red Rock Resorts Inc., Frank Fertitta said.
The news will be disappointing to some. Locals, in particular, frequented Station Casinos buffets.
“We like the Station Casinos ones because of the price, it s a good price… I like the food. I liked to take the family there. It used to be one of our weekly things or biweekly things that we used to do,” one local told KTNV Las Vegas.
Buffet lovers still have options, albeit more pricey ones. The MGM Grand Buffet opens late May, while Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace, Wicked Spoon at the Cosmopolitan, and the Garden Buffet at South Point are all open.