The Venetian in Las Vegas does not have a buffet venue and never has had one. This is due in part to its history as a hotel catering to business interests and its association with celebrity chefs.
The Venetian has a large number of restaurants as part of its complex with The Palazzo, and some of these offer deals that are in some or other way similar to a buffet.
It is one of the hotel’s most renowned eateries for getting a meal within the resort property. If you want the buffet experience, though, the time to attend is between 6 AM and 11 AM.
The restaurant has an international influence and features the best French, Japanese, and Mediterranean seafood dishes.
On weekends, the Lavo Italian Restaurant offers their Endless Italian Brunch. If you go for this, you get all the food you can eat from across the menu at one flat rate.
Although The Venetian does not have a traditional buffet, next time you are visiting, check out the Grand Lux Café and Lavo for similar enough experiences and plenty of delicious food.