Sunday, September 16, 2012

Caesar's $17million Bacchanal Buffet opens

The buffet is now open, with 25,000 square foot space with 500 dishes and NINE kitchens.
Yes, the Bacchanal Buffet finally opened at Caesar's Palace.

Executive chef, Scott Green, has created a buffet menu that will be prepared mainly before diners in nine kitchens.

Bacchanal Buffet's interior decor is contemporary and it can serve up to 600 guests.

Executive chef Scott Green says that 25,000 guests have already eaten at the new restaurant since its opening.

The price?
Breakfast is 19.99, $24.99 for lunch and $39.99 for the dinner buffet.
Dishes will range from fresh oyesters to red velvet pancakes to good old fashioned biscuits and gravy.

Named after the Roman god of wine, Bacchanal Roman feast Buffet's may represent indulgence in both food and drink, but that's okay with us.

In fact, in the next few weeks some members of the Voodoo Kitchen will be indulging at Bacchanal's Roman feast.

All hail Caesar.