Texas Station Buffet Prices: How much is Texas Station Buffet?

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Texas Station may be in Las Vegas, Nevada, specifically on Rancho Drive, but it definitely has a strong Texan feel. Guests who come here appreciate the contemporary chic of the hotel and casino resort, as well its wide range of entertainment and culinary options. The complex also features a buffet restaurant, the Feast Buffet, which offers the best in buffet fare in the Sin City. Station Casinos certainly know what it’s doing on the culinary front with its buffet offerings! Below are the latest Texas Station Buffet menu prices.



Monday-Saturday, 8am-11am

Boarding Pass Gold+ (Per Person) (Breakfast)$6.99
Boarding Pass Preferred (Per Person) (Breakfast)$7.99
Regular (Per Person) (Breakfast)$9.99
Children (2-10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Breakfast)$6.99
Children (1 and Under) (Per Child) (Breakfast)$0.00


Monday-Saturday, 11am-4pm

Boarding Pass Gold+ (Per Person) (Lunch)$8.99
Boarding Pass Preferred (Per Person) (Lunch)$9.99
Regular (Per Person) (Lunch)$12.99
Children (2-10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Lunch)$7.99
Children (1 and Under) (Per Child) (Lunch)$0.00


Sunday-Wednesday, 4pm-9pm

Boarding Pass Gold+ (Per Person) (Dinner)$10.99
Boarding Pass Preferred (Per Person) (Dinner)$11.99
Regular (Per Person) (Dinner)$15.99
Children (2-10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Dinner)$9.99
Children (1 and Under) (Per Child) (Dinner)$0.00

Prime Rib Buffet

Thursday, 4pm-9pm

Boarding Pass Gold+ (Per Person) (Prime Rib Buffet)$12.99
Boarding Pass Preferred (Per Person) (Prime Rib Buffet)$13.99
Regular (Per Person) (Prime Rib Buffet)$16.99
Children (2-10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Prime Rib Buffet)$12.99
Children (1 and Under) (Per Child) (Prime Rib Buffet)$0.00

BBQ Buffet

Saturday, 4pm-9pm

Boarding Pass Gold+ (Per Person) (BBQ Buffet)$11.99
Boarding Pass Preferred (Per Person) (BBQ Buffet)$12.99
Regular (Per Person) (BBQ Buffet)$16.99
Children (2-10 Years Old) (Per Child) (BBQ Buffet)$11.99
Children (1 and Under) (Per Child) (BBQ Buffet)$0.00


Sunday, 8am-4pm

Boarding Pass Gold+ (Per Person) (Brunch)$10.99
Boarding Pass Preferred (Per Person) (Brunch)$11.99
Regular (Per Person) (Brunch)$15.99
Children (2-10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Brunch)$9.99
Children (1 and Under) (Per Child) (Brunch)$0.00

Fish Fry Fridays

Friday, 4pm-9pm

Boarding Pass Gold+ (Per Person) (Fish Fry Fridays)$13.99
Boarding Pass Preferred (Per Person) (Fish Fry Fridays)$14.99
Regular (Per Person) (Fish Fry Fridays)$18.99
Children (2-10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Fish Fry Fridays)$13.99
Children (1 and Under) (Per Child) (Fish Fry Fridays)$0.00
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Brief History

Designed and constructed by Marnell Corrao Associates, Texas Station opened its doors on 12 July 1995. Then and now, Station Casinos is its owner.

What They Are Famous For

Texas Station is known as an AAA Two-Diamond-rated establishment, thus, its reputation for delivering world-class culinary services. Aside from the its all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant, it also has several notable restaurants including Austin’s Steakhouse.

Why Eat Here

The Feast Buffet is widely regarded as the best buffet in Las Vegas – and it isn’t just an empty claim made by its management either. In fact, it was voted as the Best Buffet in a readers’ survey made by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The recognition means that, indeed, Feast Buffet delivers on its promise of a delicious feast the likes of Las Vegas rarely sees.

Keep in mind that there are plenty of Feast Buffets in Las Vegas but the one in Texas Station is considered as the biggest and best of them all. This is also considered as among the most expensive but when you consider the quantity and quality of the food, plus the efficient service and friendly ambiance, every dollar is worth paying for.

Plus, price isn’t a big deal in Texas Station’s Feast Buffet because of the generous discounts that come with the club card.  Get the Boarding Pass so that you, too, can take advantage of these discounts, among other promotions. It may take a few minutes to use the Boarding Pass before you can eat but it’s worth the wait.

Such is the world-class quality of the buffet that there are more locals than tourists enjoying the food and drinks. The wait staff, fortunately, seems to be well-trained in handling situations so even a large crowd isn’t a problem. The wait only takes 15 minutes, at most, even during the breakfast hours when guests descend on the buffet to start or end their day in Las Vegas.

The buffet restaurant has six different live cooking stations where the chefs cook entrées in front of the guests. In these stations, guests can choose from several types of international cuisines, such as Italian, American, Chinese, and Mexican. Guests will then always have a mix of the familiar and exotic dishes made in these stations.

The Feast Buffet is well-known for its innovative take on familiar dishes, too. Guests love the fajita and chili stations where the Mexican favorites are prepared fresh daily, as is the case for all of its dishes. The salsa bar offers an impressive array of salsa ingredients that guests can mix and match while the made-to-order tacos al pastor station features several types of tacos.

A Las Vegas buffet will not be complete without a taste of fresh and cooked seafood – and the Feast Buffet at Texas Station definitely has one of the best seafood stations in the city! Nearly everything your heart desires can be found here, from peel-and-eat shrimp to crab legs.

Meat lovers also consider the Feast Buffet as the go-to source of the best in juicy, succulent and flavorful spareribs and hickory-smoked pulled pork. The servers ensure that the guests also get generous shares of meat, too, so getting the best value for your money isn’t an issue here.

There are plenty of other food stations, too, so guests will have their appetites satisfied. Guests can order their personalized hamburgers at the hamburger bar, choose from the likes of bagels and salmon lox at the salad bar, and enjoy the best fried chicken, too.

And the dessert selection is to-die for! There’s a wide assortment of cakes, cookies, and pastries as well as several flavors of gelato. But if you’re on a healthy diet, there are also fresh fruit slices available.

Feast Buffet is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. Depending on the hour, the wait can either be short or long but it isn’t too long that you will give up and find other places to eat. As in most buffets in Las Vegas, guests have to wait to be seated at their tables and for the servers to take their drink orders before they can attack, so to speak, the food stations.

The buffet restaurant is always clean even when there’s a good crowd. The wait staff ensures that the tables are cleaned immediately, the spills and stains are removed, and the food containers are fully stocked. The cleanliness of the place is one of the reasons the Feast Buffet is a magnet for the hungry crowd, too.

To learn more about Texas Station Buffet, visit their website at texasstation.sclv.com.

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How much is Texas Station Buffet's Regular (Per Person) (Breakfast)?

Regular (Per Person) (Breakfast) – $9.99

How much is a Boarding Pass Gold+ (Per Person) (Lunch) at Texas Station Buffeth?

Boarding Pass Gold+ (Per Person) (Lunch) – $8.99

How much are Children (1 and Under) (Per Child) (Lunch) at Texas Station Buffet?

Children (1 and Under) (Per Child) (Lunch) – $0.00

How much does a Texas Station Buffet's Regular (Per Person) (Dinner) Cost?

Regular (Per Person) (Dinner) – $15.99

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