Videos·Updated on Mar 17, 2020. Posted on Mar 19, 2017We Tried A $9 Buffet Vs. A $95 Buffet To See Which One Was Worth It"I feel like I'm intoxicated by food."by Steven Lim, Andrew Ilnyckyj, Kirsten King, Adam BianchiFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink If you didn't notice, we like eating food. ESPECIALLY food we can't afford. So this week on Worth It we decided to try the holy grail for food lovers: Buffets. View this video on YouTube BuzzFeedvideo / Via youtube.com What better place to go all-in on buffets than the one and only, Vegas. Our first stop and lowest price point was the Feast Buffet in the Red Rock Casino. BuzzFeedVideo Here, we got an all-you-can eat brunch experience for only NINE DOLLARS. That's right folks, we were laying-in-the-fetal-position-full for just nine bucks. BuzzFeedVideo And we were pretty dang into it. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF BuzzFeedVideo Before we could hit up any other buffets, Steven had to take care of some business: BuzzFeedVideo Next up, was the the Wicked Spoon in the Cosmopolitan hotel. BuzzFeedVideo This brunch was a jump in price and cost $49.00 for the all-you-can-eat option. However, it also offered oysters, crab legs, and other delicacies. BuzzFeedVideo And IT WAS SO DAMN GOOD. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF BuzzFeedVideo Our final stop was The Sterling Brunch – the ultimate spot for any foodie with money to burn. BuzzFeedVideo The Sterling Brunch cost $95.00 and included lobster, champagne, and other expensive treats. BuzzFeedVideo And TBH, it was a pretty much a religious food experience. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF BuzzFeedVideo At the end of the day, Steven picked the mid-priced Wicked Spoon, and Andrew picked the ~fancy~ Sterling Brunch. Comment below and let us know what you think we should try next!