Silverton Buffet Prices: How much is Silverton Buffet?

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The Silverton Las Vegas has undergone several transformations, especially in terms of its branding. But there have been constants, too, such as the excellent quality of the buffet, the efficient and friendly service, and the wide range of entertainment options. Below are the latest Silverton Buffet menu prices.



Monday-Saturday, 11am-3pm

Regular (Per Person) (Lunch)$10.99
With Silverton Rewards Card (Per Person) (Lunch)$9.99


Sunday-Thursday, 4pm-9pm

Regular (Per Person) (Sunday-Thursday Dinner)$16.99
With Silverton Rewards Card (Per Person) (Sunday-Thursday Dinner)$14.99

Friday, 4pm-9pm (BBQ & Brews)

Regular (Per Person) (Friday Dinner)$24.99
With Silverton Rewards Card (Per Person) (Friday Dinner)$22.99

Saturday, 4pm-9pm (Polynesian Buffet)

Regular (Per Person) (Saturday Dinner)$23.99
With Silverton Rewards Card (Per Person) (Saturday Dinner)$21.99


Sunday, 10am-3pm

Regular (Per Person) (Brunch)$19.99
With Silverton Rewards Card (Per Person) (Brunch)$17.99
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About Silverton Buffet

Located in Enterprise, Nevada, the hotel and casino has a rustic lodge and water theme that appeals to people who want a fresh change from the avant-garde designs of other resorts. The Silverton’s primary market are the locals in Nevada and tourists from California.

Brief History

In 1989, Majestic Realty Co., a company owned by Ed Roski, bought an 80-acre property along Interstate 15 with the intention of building an industrial warehouse. In July 1993, however, Ed Roski and Boomtown, Inc. announced their joint venture for building Boomtown Blue Diamond, a $70 million hotel and casino resort. But when it opened on May 27, 1994, it was renamed as Boomtown Las Vegas, which was followed by Boomtown, Inc. exercising its option to buy out Roski’s share a month later.

Due to financial issues partly caused by insufficient cash flow, Boomtown, Inc. decided to sell the property to Roski. The resort was subsequently renamed as Silverton Las Vegas on December 1997 and its theme changed to a hunting lodge.

What They Are Famous For

The Silverton Las Vegas is known for its wide range of slot, video poker, and table games in its casino, its main attraction. The hotel features several luxury suites, as well as efficient and friendly guest service from the staff. The resort itself has become a tourist attraction in its own right with its distinctive façade and theme.

Why Eat Here

Of course, Silverton has several restaurants within its premises but most guests assert that the best dining experience can be enjoyed at the Seasons Buffet! The buffet restaurant has a warm and welcoming ambiance with its dim interiors, vibrant décor, and open layout, which allows easy access to the food stations. The wait staff are well-trained in making the guests enjoy their meals, from ladling generous portions of the food to refilling their drinks.

The Seasons Buffet has several buffet offerings for each day of the week. The Dinner Friday features barbecue and brews including bottomless Miller Lite Draft Beer. The food offerings are truly mouth-watering with featured items like Cajun broiled oysters, smoked brisket chili, smoked barbecue ribs, citrus stuffed salmon, firecracker wings, grilled tuna steaks, green chile mac n’ cheese, parmesan potato and macaroni salad, burnt ends baked beans, smoked brisket tacos, Cajun smashed potatoes, and jalapeno cornbread.

Saturdays are for the Polynesian buffet where guests feast on savory island dishes made from meats and fish. The choices are varied including ahi poke, pork lau lau, sucking pig with crispy skin, chicken curry, and lomi lomi.

For brunch on a lazy Sunday, the Bellini Brunch Sunday feast beacons.  The lunch (Monday to Saturday) and dinner (Sunday to Thursday) buffets are popular because of the veritable feast laid out for the guests to enjoy to the last morsel.

Pro Tip: Use your Silverton Rewards club card to enjoy discounts. The card comes in three types – Gold, Platinum, and Gold. Be sure to bring your card as well as a valid photo identification card and an applicable printed coupon.

The Season Buffet has several food stations, too, with cuisines familiar to the American crowd. The American and Comfort Food station features familiar items like mash potatoes and yam, mac n’ cheese, and sausages. The Carving station abounds in sirloin, chicken, turkey, and beef dishes, most of which are already meals on their own.

The Mexican station has ground beef tacos, grilled fish tacos, and menudo, as well as pozole and albondigas (meat balls). The Seafood station draws the crowd because of its variety of seafood including cocktail shrimp, oysters, and clams as well as a several fish like cod and salmon.

The Asian station is just as popular with its savory dishes like pad Thai, chow mein, beef and broccoli, and egg rolls as well as several types of soups. The Italian station features classic fare including pastas and pizzas combined with a salad bar filled with all things good for your health from vegetables to nuts – and there’s even expensive artichoke!

Of these stations, the most popular arguably is the dessert station because sweets are too hard to resist.  There are several flavors of Neapolitan ice cream, cakes and cookies, and chocolate-coated strawberries to cap your meal.

The Seasons Buffet has spacious, comfortable and cheery interiors so it doesn’t feel too crowded even on peak hours. There are even times when it has an intimate and quiet vibe, thanks to the number of booths scattered around the dining area and the dim lighting.

The wait for tables is short, too, with just a few minutes between getting to the door and being escorted to your table. The wait staff are efficient so many diners who like an in-and-out buffet dining experience for whatever reason will appreciate it.

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How much is Silverton Buffet's Regular (Per Person) (Sunday-Thursday Dinner)?

Regular (Per Person) (Sunday-Thursday Dinner) – $16.99

How much is a With Silverton Rewards Card (Per Person) (Friday Dinner) at Silverton Buffet?

With Silverton Rewards Card (Per Person) (Friday Dinner) – $22.99

How much are Regular (Per Person) (Brunch) at Silverton Buffet?

Regular (Per Person) (Brunch) – $19.99

How much does a Silverton Buffet's With Silverton Rewards Card (Per Person) (Brunch) Cost?

With Silverton Rewards Card (Per Person) (Brunch) – $17.99

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