You might be far from the ocean, but Búzios inside Rio Las Vegas certainly comes close. This Vegas restaurant serves fresh seafood and also offers exceptional views of the hotel’s sparkling swimming pool and VooDoo Beach. Rio really whisks you to the tropics with this one!
Búzios' casual, elegant atmosphere features intimate seating, window tables or dining at the fresh oyster bar overlooking an open kitchen. A private dining room is available for parties up to 100.
Búzios is located near the Rio Las Vegas pool entrance and is open for dinner only.
WHAT TO EAT AT THIS SEAFOOD RESTAURANT
Offering all your favorite seafood, Búzios has everything under the sea. Come hungry, because there’s a bountiful selection. Starters include fish tacos, jumbo crab cakes, popcorn shrimp and clam chowder, to name a few.
Now, on to serious business: House signatures like the Pacific swordfish piccata with parsley-lemon butter and capers, as well as macadamia crusted tilapia. Seasonal specialties, crab, lobster and pasta dishes are sure to tantalize your taste buds.
Make sure to save room for the seven-layer chocolate cake – the perfect ending to your fine dining seafood experience.
- Voted 2015 Best Seafood by Casino Player magazine
- Enjoy impressive views of Rio’s VooDoo Beach and sparkling pool
- Order fresh-from-the-dock seafood
- Expect a casual, yet elegant atmosphere
- Choose from bountiful seafood selections
- Oyster bar featuring an open kitchen view
Why You'll Love It
Seating for large groups and intimate occasions
A casually elegant atmosphere
Fresh seafood from the docks
Traditional New England fare
Why You'll Love It
"A live-fish tank outside the restaurant as well as one in the busy kitchen set the tone for this dimly-lit room decorated with colorful nautical tiles and artifacts. The view of the Rio's beautiful pool and sandy beach enhance the aura of this stylish seafood eatery. Specializing in a variety of fresh fish flown in daily from across the nation and around the world, Buzios belies the oft-held myth about eating fish in the desert."
"Top-notch” fin fare is the hook at this “very good” seafooder in the Rio west of the Strip, where the “interesting variety” of fish is priced “reasonably”; “friendly” staffers and a casual “neighborhood-cafe” ambiance add to the overall “nice” vibe."