The buffet has been a staple of Las Vegas Strip food since the first one opened in the 1940s. The appeal of the all you can eat buffet is obvious; not only is it one of the best values for money on the Strip, but it’s a quick and easy option for those who would rather be gambling. That said, you will need to stand in line for a few minutes at peak times at some of the more popular buffets. And of course, eating at a buffet lets you eat a variety of different foods and cuisines, and try foods you haven’t had before. Many feature foreign food stations, with Mexican, Italian and Asian cuisine being especially poplar, although if you want steak and baked potato, that’s no problem. If you’re visiting Vegas, look for buffet coupons, often offering two dine for the price of one.