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Las Vegas: Paris buffet-goers can move to the head of the line

Vegas visitors who want to belly up to the buffet but don’t want to wait can now speed ahead without spending an extra euro. They need only make a reservation for the all-you-can-eat feast at Paris Las Vegas.

Reservations are now available for the resort’s Le Village Buffet and can be booked in advance through Open Table, a Web-based reservations system.

Booking with Open Table is free. Some other Vegas buffets offer “line passes” but charge for them.

Guests who book online can bypass those standing in line and proceed directly to the VIP entrance for immediate seating and eating.

The buffet features what a news release calls “a culinary tour of the prominent regions of France,” including selections from Alsace, Burgundy, Provence and more. During dinner hours, a complimentary glass of Copper Ridge wine is included.

Dinner costs $30.99 ($17.99 for children) on weekdays and $33.99 ($19.99 for children) on weekends. Dinner pricing begins at 3 p.m.

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