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The $17 Million Bacchanal Buffet; Honey Salt; Javier's

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CAESARS PALACE—Caesar's unveiled its much heralded $17 million Bacchanal Buffet this week. Click over to view photos of the 25,000-square-foot space. There are miles of buffet, Mexican dishes, Asian fare, omelet stations, crepe stations, mini doughnuts, crispy bacon and not-so-crispy bacon, tiny portions of red velvet pancakes with strawberry butter, and four different kinds of honey for the oatmeal. The only advice? Wear stretchy pants.

WEST SIDE—Chef Kim Canteenwalla (Society Cafe at Encore) and his wife, Elizabeth Blau (Blau & Associates) are behind the forthcoming Honey Salt, a 4,554-square-foot upscale restaurant that will feature dishes the couple make at home and craft cocktails. Joseph Zanelli, formerly of Lakeside at the Wynn, will be the Executive Chef.

ARIA—Check out the world's first look at Javier's at Aria, a new late night Mexican spot. There are Moorish elements, lots of black leather and shocking white. No opening date yet, but the promise of the largest selection of tequila in town.

Bacchanal Buffet

3570 Las Vegas Bvd. S., Las Vegas, NV

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