We've come a long way from the days where buffet offerings were limited to mundane fare like chicken wings and jello molds. Now, some of the top casinos have fancy foodie offerings from gelato to bone marrow. But is the all-you-can eat concept too low-brow to be truly considered gourmet? And what's so appealing about the concept of the buffet binge?
Dr. Natasha Schull, MIT anthropology professor and director of Buffet: All You Can Eat Las Vegas
Eric (E.C) Gladstone, writer for Las Vegas Weekly and Bon Appetit
Anthony Curtis, Las Vegas Advisor
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