Leave it to Las Vegas to take gluttony to the next level.

Caesars Palace opened a $17 million Bacchanal Buffet this week that features nine kitchens and chefs cooking up more than 500 dishes -- many prepared as guests watch, NBC News reported.

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Red velvet pancakes, wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas, South Carolina shrimp and grits...even Chinese dim sum. If you've eaten it, the Bacchanal Buffet likely has it.

"It's all about bacchanal, a celebration," buffet general manager Gabrielle Perez, formerly of major buffet rival Wynn Las Vegas, told USA Today.

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At 590 seats, the food orgy is billed as the Las Vegas Strip's largest buffet, USA Today reported.

Dinner costs $39.95, with the price of an average check coming to $25 a person, according to the Caesars Palace website.

The price of a larger pair of pants is not included.