Well, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, we suppose...
Caesar's Palace certainly thinks so, at least in terms of pigging out. Leave Atkins or Weight Watchers in Los Angeles, because the famous Las Vegas casino is opening up a buffet that's worthy of the gods.
The "Bacchanal Buffet" is debuting this September in a massive 25,000 square feet of space, according to Grub Street LA. The buffet -- which is Vegas's biggest ever -- will seat about 600 people and offer about 500 kinds of foods.
Patrons can enjoy everything from traditional American food to Japanese fare. All of it will be prepared in nine different kitchens, which were designed by the Japanese firm Super Potato, reports the LA Times.
And as if all these indulgent details weren't enough to make you either vomit or book a plane ticket, the project is costing the casino a stunning $17 million.
All photos are provided courtesy of Caesar's Palace.
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