Paris Buffet is First in Vegas With OpenTable Reservations

One of the downsides of a good buffet is it’s often also a popular buffet. That can mean lines and long waits, the exact opposite of “Fill my gullet with all-you-can-eat Las Vegas buffet goodness, right now!”

Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas has become the first buffet in Las Vegas to make OpenTable reservations available to guests.

"Le Village" is French for "For your convenience, 'village' is the same in English and French."

“Le Village” is French for “For your convenience, ‘village’ is the same in English and French, you’re welcome.”

OpenTable is the self-proclaimed “world’s leading provider of online restaurant reservations,” despite the fact the company apparently can’t even afford a space between “Open” and “Table.”

Nevertheless, this service is worth a look. OpenTable is free, and an OpenTable reservation allows guests to arrive and be seated immediately. Or, as immediately as it gets at a buffet, anyway.

OpenTable has seated more than 490 million diners, and boy are its arms tired.

OpenTable has seated more than 490 million diners, and boy are its arms tired.

Only somewhat related: Le Village Buffet now offers a complimentary glass of wine with each meal, during dinner.

Visit the official OpenTable site and give it a test run. Or, download the free OpenTable app (screenshot below).

OpenTable isn't for people with commitment issues. We tend to wing it.

OpenTable isn’t for people with commitment issues. We tend to like the flexibility of winging it.

Finding a day and time that’s open for reservations can be a bit hit-and-miss, based upon our intensive four minutes of testing, but if you’re into planning and getting the most out of every minute of your Vegas visit, you could save yourself some time by using OpenTable at Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas.

Let us know how it goes!

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  • Steven Brown

    I’ve been using Open Table to make reservations for several years now and with the Open Table app, it makes it even easier to earn dining points that can be redeemed for dining checks. At most restaurants you will earn 100 dining points while others may have 1000 point tables at certain times. I’ve used it on several Vegas trips to book a last minute table, but typically have reservations made out well in advance of a trip. Even for folks that live in Vegas, it’s a must have app because of the points program.

    • vitalvegas

      Thanks, Steven! Didn’t realize it was so popular.