ABC News' Jasmine Brown reports:
It's a feast fit for a Caesar.
Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas opened the doors Tuesday to the Bacchanal Buffet - a $17-million, 25,000-square-foot smorgasbord suitable for any high roller.
Scott Green, executive chef of the Bacchanal Buffet, called the opening a success, saying that more than 2,500 people ate at the buffet.
Offering more than 500 dishes from nine show kitchens, the Bacchanal's vast selection allows patrons to travel through the world with their taste buds. Have a craving for enchiladas and sushi, but can't decide on one. No problem, you can have them both.
The Bacchanal has an assortment of foods to indulge even the greatest gastrophile. You can eat anything from fresh oysters to red velvet pancakes. Have a less-sophisticated palate? Try the biscuits and gravy. Mouth watering for dessert? How about crème brûlée or a pistachio soufflé?
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