Keep It Comin': Amazing All-You-Can-Eat Restaurants in Every State

Georgia: Buckner's Family Restaurant

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Georgia: Buckner's Family Restaurant
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Quantity and Quality

Sometimes, you just want to stuff yourself silly, and a good all-you-can-eat meal is just the ticket. But it isn't as easy as it once was. The pandemic put a serious dent in the number of buffets in the U.S. While some of the nation's best buffets are always a safe bet, your options truly run the gamut, from family-style chicken dinners to Brazilian steakhouses to endless streams of sushi. Hungry yet? Here are some of the best-reviewed places in each state to eat until you burst. 

Related: 30 All-You-Can-Eat Seafood Restaurants Reviewers Love

Alabama: The Old Cookstove
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Alabama: The Old Cookstove

There is indeed an old cookstove inside this charming country restaurant with a big porch and red-checked tablecloths. If you make the drive, don't forget your appetite. The buffet offers heaping portions of "homemade food cooked just the way grandma made it," including chicken wings, meatloaf, pot roast, country fried steak, sweet potatoes, fried green tomatoes, cobbler, and German chocolate cake. Friday nights feature seafood items such as fried catfish, steamed shrimp, and stuffed crab.

Reviewer rave: "Not like many buffets where you can tell large cans of pre-prepared food from other companies might have been used. There are many of your standard buffet choices, but the taste is not standard. They don't always have the same meats and sides, but you know whatever is there is going to be full of flavor and taste fresh." — Katea9tails on TripAdvisor

Alaska: Gold Creek Salmon Bake
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Alaska: Gold Creek Salmon Bake

What could be more Alaskan than an all-you-can-eat feast in the wilderness? That's what you get at the Gold Creek Salmon Bake, where the star of the buffet (the salmon, of course) is cooked on an open wood grill. The menu also includes baked chicken, potatoes, rice pilaf, baked beans, salads, cornbread, and more. Roast some marshmallows around the fire to complete your feast.

Reviewer rave: "We enjoyed a tasty lunch of BBQ salmon / ribs / scallop potatoes / salad / baked beans & a tasty dessert. Beautiful setting along the creek where the salmon were spawning. Worthwhile experience for everyone! " – Sashakeena on TripAdvisor

Looking for more excellent destinations for a fresh catch-of-the-day? Be sure to check out The Best Seafood Restaurant in All 50 States.

Arizona: Junn Sushi

Arizona: Junn Sushi

  • City / Town: Tempe
  • Address:  1320 E Broadway Road, Suite 101
  • Phone: (480) 659-6114  
  • Website:

There's a glut of all-you-can-eat sushi joints out there, but regulars say Junn Sushi is one that gets it right. Diners can feast on a never-ending stream of favorites such as shrimp tempura rolls, dragon rolls, nigiri, and more. Picking the most expensive option even opens up the rest of the menu, including sashimi, poke bowls, and appetizers.

Reviewer rave: "First time here and we came with a group of 4. It was not busy when we arrived but that quickly changed. Despite how busy it got, Quan's attentiveness did not change. I am in the restaurant industry and let me tell you, I want more staff like himself .... Sushi is good, fresh and fast service by the sushi chefs. I was impressed how fast they were. I have to give management a kudos, keep up the good work." — Jovany A. on Yelp

Related: The Best Sushi Restaurant in All 50 States

Arkansas: Monte Ne Inn
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Arkansas: Monte Ne Inn

Bring your appetite to this humble but well-known fried chicken joint, where meals are served up family style. You'll get endless pieces of juicy chicken, plus bean soup, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, sweet corn, coleslaw, and homemade bread with apple butter. If you're not utterly stuffed, tack on some cobbler for an extra charge.

Reviewer rave: "Truly a gem...simple and practical. The model works and it's very good. They meet the mark on all fronts. Service was top notch, food was just as top notch. I usually don't eat dessert but thought I should try since the meal was great! I wasn't disappointed at all. If you are close by, you should definitely add this to your list." — 713iker on TripAdvisor

M Grill - Brazilian Churrascaria
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California: M Grill Brazilian

  • City / Town: Los Angeles
  • Address:  3832 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 202 
  • Phone: (213) 389-2770 
  • Website:

This classy Brazilian Steakhouse on busy Wilshire Boulevard is one of Southern California's best bets for an all-you-can-eat feast. Start out at the buffet, where you'll find lighter options such as a cheese platter, salad fixings, and smoked salmon, plus hot items including fried plantains, cream of corn, and mashed yucca. The star of the show, though, is the never-ending cuts of sirloin, lamb, bacon-wrapped chicken, sausage, and more, cut and served at your table.

Reviewer rave: "I loved the open layout of the restaurant. They have a full bar and an extensive wine list which is perfect to be paired with your food. ... The hospitality at this restaurant was also magnificent, from the moment you walk in to the moment you leave. The[y] offer 15 different types of meat. My favorite were the ribeye, the sausage, and the lamb. The meat was extremely tender and juicy. The main attraction is definitely the grilled pineapple. It was SOOOOO good, as I was leaving I was thinking about coming back for more. Definitely check them out." — Shannon M. on Yelp

Cinzzetti's, Northglenn, Colorado
Cinzzetti's Italian Market Restaurant/Yelp

Colorado: Cinzzetti's

  • City / Town: Northglenn  
  • Address: 281 W. 104th Ave.
  • Phone: (303) 451-7300
  • Website:

This Tuscan-themed buffet restaurant in suburban Denver offers a menu of more than 60 mouth-watering Italian favorites, from several kinds of pizzas and pastas to rice balls, crepes and cannoli. There's also a Sunday brunch. Seniors 65 and over get a price break. 

Reviewer rave: "For all-you-can-eat Italian, they do impress!

  • Quality: You'd swear you were eating stuff your Italian Grandma made....pasta dishes and sauces were simply phenomenal. Kiddo had no complaint about the pizza.
  • Prices: For all you can eat Italian, a terrific price!
  • Service: Their staff were friendly and on the ball with refills.

The tough part here is the price of being good. Reservations are pretty much mandatory at this point and made a week or 2 out. Be ready for that or arrive at off peak times." — Gregory H. on Yelp

Pacific Buffet and Grill Wallingford Connecticut
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Connecticut: Pacific Buffet and Grill

Pacific Buffet and Grill mixes Asian fare like sushi and broccoli beef with traditional American favorites like steak, roast pork, mac and cheese and corn on the comb. There's also a weekend brunch buffet featuring French toast, Belgian waffles, and sausage, along with dinner items. Seniors 65 and up get a $1 discount, too.

Reviewer rave: "They don't try to be anything they are not; they are a really good Chinese Buffet; good selection, good kitchen, good staff and good atmosphere. They have a very big floor but was still crowded. Their staff had it all under control with all the refills done in a timely manner. I don't know how they made it thru the Plague but thank Buddha they did." — OldeBear on TripAdvisor 

Delaware: Old Mill Crab House
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Delaware: Old Mill Crab House

  • City / Town: Delmar
  • Address: 8829 Waller Road
  • Phone: (302) 846-9000  
  • Website:

This casual spot on the Delaware-Maryland border, a local staple since the '80s, offers four gut-busting, all-you-can-eat specials every day: steamed shrimp, snow crab, fried chicken, or blue crab. All are served up with sides including fried shrimp, clam strips, hush puppies, and corn on the cob. If you aren't up for stuffing yourself silly, there are plenty of other menu options, and devotees say portions are more than fair.

Reviewer rave: "There's only one word to describe Old Mill Crab House and that's Superb!!! As soon as you enter there's a hospitable burst of energy and a setup that makes you immediately feel as if you are about to feast on the worlds best crabs. I opted for the All you can eat blue crabs and let me tell you; they were the best blue crabs I've ever eaten. Seasoned to perfection. ...  I also enjoyed the hush puppies with confectioners sugar, the corn was scrumptious and the fried chicken had a soulful kick." — Tiffany C. on Yelp

Fogo De Chao steak carving at Washington, D.C., restaurant
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District of Columbia: Fogo de Chão

Granted, there are numerous locations of this franchise all around the world, but literally just blocks away from the White House and housed in an exquisite Beaux-Arts building, Washington's Fogo de Chão is enough to make any diner feel downright presidential. The Brazilian-themed eatery has a well-earned reputation for heaping loads tableside-sliced of beef, pork, sausage, chicken, and lamb onto customers' plates ad infinitum. 

Review Rave: "Real juicy meat chunks done in different ways are brought to your table as many times as you want. You can start with buffet salad and bread. Quality bread is also kept on your table. There is a choice of fish dishes that one can order if you don’t want to have the meat steaks. The place was crowded with holiday makers and yet the service was quick. Staff were extremely helpful and polite. Highly recommended place to be when visiting DC." — Debjani S. on TripAdvisor 

Florida: POC American Fusion
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Florida: POC American Fusion

Just try to go hungry at this unassuming Asian-American fusion buffet featuring more than 150 items presented with a fine-dining flourish. There are rolls upon rolls of sushi, but you'll also find plenty of hot entrees, a huge soup and salad bar, a carving station, a raw bar, and tons of desserts. A brunch buffet adds waffles, pancakes, eggs, crepes, yogurt, and more.

Reviewer rave: "POC has become at least a monthly experience. The buffet is well maintained and the service is efficient. Most important, the food is outstanding. I never go past the sushi/sashimi (and some seaweed salad) even though the other items look good. Oh...I do take a couple of their delicious desserts. I have no reason to have sushi/sashimi anywhere else!" — TheWanderingJoe on TripAdvisor

All-You-Can-Eat Restaurants
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Georgia: Buckner's Family Restaurant

If you're craving scratch-made comfort food but don't want to fight the crowds at a buffet, sit down at Buckner's and simply spin your lazy Susan. It will be replenished constantly with favorites including fried chicken, barbecue pork, creamed corn, stewed tomatoes, coleslaw, and peach cobbler. "Recycled teenagers" — that is, the 60-and-up crowd — get a nice discount, too.

Reviewer rave: "We arrived on a Saturday morning just as the restaurant was opening. There were plenty of open seats with no wait while we were there. The price is $22 per person but that is an amazing value for everything that comes with the meal. We had 11 courses/options plus the Iced Tea came with the meal. The day we came was Fried Chicken and Pork BBQ both were as good as any I’ve ever had (I’m 45 years old). They had 8 sides that included potatoes, corn bread or rolls, creamed corn, Mac n cheese, green beans etc etc. All excellent. After you have eaten as much as you want with unlimited refills, they bring the cobbler!" – Chupacabra5 on TripAdvisor

100 Sails, Honolulu, Hawaii
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Hawaii: 100 Sails

For a classier-than-usual buffet experience, head to the swanky Prince Waikiki Hotel and check out 100 Sails Restaurant & Bar, and its lovely ocean views. Lunches include favorites like shrimp tempura and made-to-order temaki; dinners feature calamari salad, crab legs and panko-crusted oysters, plus a menu of rotating entrees. Seniors get a discount Monday through Thursday.

Reviewer rave: "Enjoyed the lavish dinner buffet at the restaurant inside Prince Waikiki Hotel featuring prime rib, shrimp, crab legs, oysters on the half shell, and a variety of salads and side dishes. The buffet is noted as one of the best spreads on the island. Just fantastic!" – malesick on TripAdvisor 

Idaho: Chuck-a-Rama

Idaho: Chuck-a-Rama

  • City / Town: Boise and Ammon
  • Address:  7901 W. Overland Road (Boise); 999 S. 25th East (Ammon)
  • Phone: (208) 327-4800; (208) 524-5511
  • Website:

This well-regarded Western-themed buffet chain is among the best the Gem State has to offer when it comes to all-you-can eat feasts, and it's been going for 50 years strong. Daily favorites include baked and fried chicken as well as carved ham, turkey, and roast beef. On certain nights, there are also international staples (on Tuesdays, there are Asian favorites like orange chicken; Thursdays include enchiladas and other Mexican dishes). Seniors always wrangle a discount.

Reviewer rave: "We've always enjoyed Chuck A Rama. Despite the hokey name, the interior is nicely done and immaculate. The food presentation is very good, and the variety is excellent. Salads are fresh, foods are hot and tasty, and the dessert bar is adequate. Nothing fancy, just good, satisfying food at a reasonable price." — Keith K. on TripAdvisor

Red Apple Buffet, Chicago, Illinois
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Illinois: Red Apple Buffet

  • City / Town:  Chicago 
  • Address:  6474 N. Milwaukee Ave. 
  • Phone:  (773) 763-3407  
  • Website:

This Chicago mainstay features traditional Polish foods done mouth-wateringly well, and in massive quantities. You'll find schnitzel, kielbasa, tons of pierogi, potato pancakes, cheese blintzes, sauerkraut, potato dumplings, traditional salads and so much more. You can make reservations — rare at a buffet — and they even do carryout and catering.

Reviewer rave: "So many choices. All full of flavor and love. Real mash potatoes. Excellent Polish choices. Soup, salads, desserts...the main choices are filled continuously fresh and hot... Carving stations allow you to pick what you want." – 239susant on TripAdvisor 

Related: Amazing Global Cuisines in U.S. Cities You Wouldn't Expect

Warsaw Buffet
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Indiana: Gasthof Amish Village

Anyone who's spent much time in the Midwest knows it's hard to beat an Amish buffet for homestyle cooking. At Gasthof Amish Village, your hearty appetite will be rewarded with classics such as fried chicken, roast beef, baked ham, homemade noodles, creamy mashed potatoes, and buttered corn. Of course, you can top off your meal with classic pies, cobblers, and bread pudding. Seafood lovers should go Friday night for seafood favorites; Saturdays include ribs and barbecue.

Reviewer rave: "The food is out of this world! Roast beef and gravy that has such flavor that I had to go back for more. Fried Chicken to DIE FOR! Soups, salads, sides, additional entrees are all amazing!!! The waitress Natalie was STELLAR! , She made sure we had all the drinks we needed, BEFORE we needed them! The quaint all wood barn and decor is charming and very homey feeling! Can't wait to come back!" — Kristin R. on Yelp

Iowa: Bluff Lake Catfish Farm
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Iowa: Bluff Lake Catfish Farm

All-you-can-eat seafood in Iowa? Yes indeed, and devotees say it's finger-licking good. Head to Bluff Lake Catfish Farm Friday through Sunday for different all-you-can-eat specials: Friday nights feature catfish; Saturday nights feature haddock; and Sunday nights feature shrimp and chicken. All meals are served family style with coleslaw and fries.

Reviewer rave: "This is a beautiful hidden little gem! It's certainly strange to drive a few miles on gravel roads but you're rewarded with a beautiful location. We saw a huge snapping turtle, fish, mallards in the pond while waiting for our table. We got a table with a waterfall view. The food came out hot and was tasty. This place is pretty popular and perfect after cave spelunking! It's very casual dress and dining." — Laura W. on Yelp

Kansas: The Breadbasket
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Kansas: The Breadbasket

The type of feast you can expect at The Breadbasket depends on when you visit. There's a daily breakfast buffet with biscuits and gravy, pancakes and French toast, bacon and sausage, breakfast burritos, cinnamon rolls, and more. On Friday or Saturday nights, a German buffet is loaded with favorites including borscht, sausages, and sauerkraut; Sundays go all-American with turkey, fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, green beans, and other crowd-pleasers.

Reviewer rave: "My girlfriend and I stopped to have dinner Saturday on our way back to Wichita. We were happily surprised with a fantastic German buffet. Verenika, sauerkraut and sausage, hot potato salad, baked ham, ham gravy and a fresh salad bar were all included along with a German dessert bar and drink!" — bharz on TripAdvisor

Kentucky: Bubby's BBQ
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Kentucky: Bubby's BBQ

  • City / Town: Corbin
  • Address:  2700 Cumberland Falls Highway
  • Phone: (606) 258-9070
  • Website:

For carnivores, a meal at Bubby's makes a trip to southern Kentucky a must. Though you can order sandwiches and platters of barbecue a la carte, the much-loved buffet is definitely the star of the show. It includes mouth-watering dishes including ribs, wings, pulled pork, fried catfish, baked beans, and mac and cheese. Save room for peach cobbler and other sweet treats, too.

Reviewer rave: "We went to this place after being told by friends that this was a must eat place. boy were they right. I cannot wait to return to the area and eat here again. Everything that I tried on the buffet was delicious. From the BBQ, fried chicken to the country fried steak and all the delicious sides. Ate way too much and could not even eat the deserts, I did try a spoonful of cobbler and wow it tasted good. The waitress was as good as it gets, friendly, always checking in on you and kept your drinks full. This place is 3 hours away from home and i do not get in the area very often, but I wouldn't be surprised if i do not make that drive just to eat here." — Randall H on TripAdvisor

Louisiana: Salvo's
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Louisiana: Salvo's

  • City / Town: Belle Chasse
  • Address:  7742 Louisiana Highway 23
  • Phone: (504) 393-7303  
  • Website:

The all-you-can-eat specials at Salvo's, open since 1984, start at 5 every night. The boiled seafood specials vary depending on what's fresh. All-you-can-eat sides such as potatoes, corn, and sausage come included. Don't feel like stuffing yourself? Reviewers say the generously sized po' boys are to die for.

Reviewer rave: "Waitresses are all friendly and food is fair priced. I went for lunch and dinner and got the specials each time. Lunch was shrimp creole, which was rich and tasty. Dinner was AYCE fried frog legs, and shrimp, I also had a half dozen char grilled oysters with my dinner. Everything was fresh and cooked perfectly. My drink was kept full. Overall an enjoyable experience." — Aj W. on Yelp

Taj Indian Cuisine South Portland,  Maine, Butter Chicken
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Maine: Taj Indian Cuisine

  • City / Town: South Portland 
  • Address:  200 Gorham Road, No. 8
  • Phone: (207) 828 6677  
  • Website:

New England isn't known for its all-you-can-eat options, but a welcome exception is Taj, which offers a daily lunch buffet from 11 a.m to 2:15 p.m. Dishes like saag paneer, butter chicken, paneer tikka masala, samosas, naan and more can found among the popular all-you-can-eat dishes. The Taj takes pride in their food's authenticity and racks up an  overall rating of 4½ stars on Yelp in the process.

Reviewer rave: "Good buffet, tasty food, not pricey at all. Good selection of items on buffet in comparison to other Indian restaurants. Friendly staff and good atmosphere. Naan was fresh, curries well made. Could have been more spacious given the customers were waiting. Will visit again when I am back in this area." — subramanyamkg on TripAdvisor

Maryland: Avery's Maryland Grille
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Maryland: Avery's Maryland Grille

Got a craving for one of Maryland's most famous exports? Stop in at Avery's Maryland Grille and you can gorge on crabs, crab soup, french fries, hush puppies, cornbread, coleslaw, and steamed corn for one flat price. For a bit more, you can add fried clam strips and popcorn shrimp; steamed shrimp and clams; and even snow crab legs. If you don't think you can do an all-you-can-eat feast justice, the a la carte menu is packed with seafood favorites, steaks, and sandwiches.

Reviewer rave: "Absolutely delicious food to be had at Avery's Maryland Grill. Not only is the food fabulous but, the people are so upbeat and on top of service — very good at what they do all the way around! The ambiance is not necessarily anything special but with the food being the star it is, you really don't need it to be. We can't wait for our next visit! We tried the Muscles Dylan, Spicy Seafood Chowder, Stuffed Flounder, Shrimp Salad, hush puppies, onion rings, and slaw this trip. Excited to try the crab platters next time!" — Elizabeth M. on Yelp

Massachusetts: Nijiya Sushi
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Massachusetts: Nijiya Sushi

  • City / Town: Medford
  • Address: 9 High street
  • Phone: (781) 874-2630  
  • Website:

Nothing is off limits at Nijiya Sushi, a relatively new all-you-can eat Japanese restaurant in suburban Boston. For two hours, indulge in nigiri, sashimi, and rolls upon rolls of maki, but that's not all — you can also choose from appetizers such as spring rolls, tempura, gyoza, and shumai, plus teriyaki, katsu, stir-fried noodles, and other entrees. Save by going during the week, when prices are lower.

Reviewer rave: "This is my favorite all you can eat sushi place in the area. Let me break down why:

  1. Service — they are very prompt with giving/taking the order sheets, and food comes out quickly.
  2. Quality — I'd consider this on par with others in the area. Definitely not top, but it's not too pricey so I would not expect that.
  3. Location — there is a handy parking lot across the way, easy to get to by driving.
Overall, food comes out quickly and correctly with appropriate quality for the cost. I have enjoyed all of my frequent experiences here for the past few years." — J R. on Yelp

Michigan: Iva's Chicken Dinners
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Michigan: Iva's Chicken Dinners

No-frills Iva's Chicken Dinners isn't known for its ambience, but no matter: You're here because of the comforting, unlimited-portion family-style chicken dinners. Choose from Southern or stewed chicken for your main entrée, and keep it coming. On the side, dive into endless chicken noodle soup, relish, cabbage salad, cottage cheese, veggies, biscuits, gravy, stuffing, and whipped potatoes. If you aren't absolutely bursting at the seams, homemade pies are available for dessert.

Reviewer rave: "Great food, quiet atmosphere. We came in for the chicken, but also got a mini history lesson on Iva herself and all the family that's passed through by way of the family photographs that hang on the walls. We absolutely loved it, and it is now our go-to place for chicken while in the area." — SummerRoader on TripAdvisor

Q. Cumbers, Edina, Minnesota
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Minnesota: Q. Cumbers

  • City / Town: Edina
  • Address: 7465 France Ave. South
  • Phone: (952) 831-0235  
  • Website:

The name should be your first tipoff that Q. Cumbers isn't your typical all-you-can-eat buffet slinging a slew of fried food. Veggies take center stage at this bright and airy buffet with a 50-foot salad bar, and you'll get to choose from several greens, two dozen toppings, several original recipe salads, and eight dressings. A hot bar has rotating selections like pot roast, baked chicken and vegetarian items; there are also soups, fruit, and desserts.

Reviewer rave: "It's important to remember at Q.Cumbers - they truly have gluten free, vegetarian, and vegan options for salad, entrees, soups, a gluten free pizza, dessert, etc. If you have a member of your dining party that has dietary issues like gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian or vegan, Q.Cumbers has something for everyone. Even kids who are picky eaters. The entrees rotate daily with different lunch and dinner choices depending on the day. ...  For dessert it's really all about the frozen yogurt. They have vanilla and chocolate soft serve frozen yogurt that you dish up yourself. There are a variety of toppings including hot fudge, hot caramel, peanuts, sprinkles, and to top it off with a cherry when available." — Maria O. on Yelp

Mississippi: Mama Hamil's
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Mississippi: Mama Hamil's

  • City / Town: Madison
  • Address: 480 Magnolia St.
  • Phone: (601) 856-4407  
  • Website:

Southern soul food is the name of the game at Mama Hamil's, which has grown from a modest log cabin into a cavernous buffet that draws patrons from across the region. They come for the endless portions of meatloaf, pulled pork, chicken and dumplings, red beans and rice, fried okra, potato salad, cornbread, banana pudding, cobbler, and much more. Mama Hamil's even caters for the holidays, offering spiral-cut hams, turkey breasts, and seasonal sides for folks who want a homemade dinner without the stress.

Reviewer rave: "EVERYTHING that I ate was delicious. The meats and veggies were made just like your grandmother did and just made me smile while gorging on them. Not only is the food delicious and all you can eat but to only pay $14 total including drink and tax is a steal. For dinner the price only increases about $2 and I think they offer even more food items then. How can they do this?" — Mike M. on Yelp

nepalese momo dumplings Himalayan Yeti Restaurant St. Louis Missouri
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Missouri: Himalayan Yeti

  • City / Town: St. Louis
  • Address:  3515 S. Kingshighway Blvd.
  • Phone: (314) 354-8338  
  • Website:

It could be said that any mention of Himalayan Yeti's daily lunch buffet might seem as scarce on its website as the mythical creature in the restaurant's name. But believe us: The buffet does exist. And it does draw happy diners who leave well-fed and satisfied, giving the eatery a solid rating of 4½ stars on Yelp. How many buffets can boast Indian fare and Nepali dishes like momo dumplings? Expect classic Indian dishes like butter chicken, curries, and several kinds of biryani. Their cheese naan comes in for special praise, too.

Reviewer rave: "Loved this buffet ... I am pescatarian, my husband is vegetarian — we loved all the choices available for us. The lentil soup was delicious. The advantage of a buffet is that I could sample all the vegetarian dishes (there were 4 or 5) they were all great, nice level of spice. Also loved the dessert items — my favorite was carrot dessert I see sometimes (but found out recently how high calorie it is — don't be fooled by the carrots) — enjoyed a (small) portion along with rice pudding, fruit and chai tea. Servers were very nice and professional." — RandiFayeC on TripAdvisor 

Montana: Soup and Such
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Montana: Soup and Such

  • City / Town: Billings 
  • Address:  2716 3rd Ave. North and 1025 Shiloh Crossing Blvd.
  • Phone:  (406) 294-0148; (406) 969-1403 
  • Website:

Soup and Such bills itself as Montana's largest salad bar, and it's an excellent option for anyone who wants to fill up without being bogged down by greasier fare. Never-ending soup, salad, and breadsticks are on offer for all dine-in patrons; daily soup options include baked potato chowder, New England clam chowder, chili, creamy tomato basil, homestyle chicken noodle, and two surprise options. The 60-item salad bar includes all manner of cheeses, fruits, veggies, meat, and dressings.

Reviewer rave: "Hands down one of my favorite places in Billings. I have been going to (at least) one of the locations for the past 12 years. The staff is excellent — everyone is friendly and seem happy. In all of my visits there I have not had a negative experience. The food is always fresh and they never run out — even if you are there right at closing. Great job to Mike, Antonia, and all of their staff!!" — Erin F. on Yelp

Nebraska: Spaghetti Works
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Nebraska: Spaghetti Works

  • City / Town: Omaha and Ralston
  • Address:  502 S. 11th St. (Omaha) and 8416 Park Drive (Ralston)
  • Phone: (402) 422-0770; (402) 592-1444
  • Website:

There's a wide variety of Italian favorites at Spaghetti Works, housed in a restored warehouse in Omaha's popular Old Market district. But the real draw here for any carb craver is the endless bowls of pasta, served with garlic bread and unlimited trips to the salad bar. The restaurant won't even make you order the same thing — each bowl can be a totally different kind of pasta and sauce.

Reviewer rave: "We all ended up ordering the all you can eat garlic bread, pasta with one sauce, and salad bar. The bread was great! Cooked just perfect. Not too done, not underdone. Just right and had a great crisp. Loved all of the salad bar! What makes or breaks a salad bar for me is if they have fresh tasting beets and cottage cheese, these they have! The lettuce was good, also loved the potato salad ... Finally, the pastas!!! I ended up having 3 plates!" — Raymond G. on Yelp 

Related: Where to Find Good, Cheap Pasta in Every State

Nevada: The Buffet at Wynn
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Nevada: The Buffet at Wynn

One thing's for sure: You'll never go hungry in Vegas, thanks to massive razzle-dazzle buffet options including The Buffet at Wynn. Though it isn't the largest buffet in the Sin City, it's lauded routinely as one of the best, and the 120 options often include big-ticket items such as snow crab legs, oysters, and prime rib. Be sure to soak in the ambience, which includes more than a dozen live cooking stations and whimsical décor with pink awnings, overflowing flowers, and a light-filled atrium.

Reviewer rave: "Food was really good! Highlighted were the shrimp and pork belly Mac and cheese! The thing that really impressed me was the service. Normally the service at Vegas buffets is just okay! Adequate but not great is my experience. Now at the Wynn buffet this particular night I met Melissa. She was awesome! Very nice to talk to and on top of drinks and taking stuff away. Really OUTSTANDINNG SERVICE! The bosses at the Wynn aren’t paying her enough." — Chris B on TripAdvisor

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New Hampshire: Country Life
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New Hampshire: Country Life

Don't eat meat or other animal products? That doesn't mean you have to forgo the indulgence of an all-you-can-eat meal. Country Life offers a vegan buffet for lunch Monday through Thursday. The lunch buffet has featured dishes including vegan pizza, lasagna, bean stroganoff, coconut curry, and chili.

Reviewer rave: "Sometimes people say that restaurants not serving meat serve up tasteless food. That's a bad rap. Just come to this eatery. Great flavors everywhere: soups, pizza, local greens, cookies, salad items, and desserts." — TrainManDan10 on TripAdvisor

Borgata Buffet, Atlantic City, New Jersey

New Jersey: Borgata Buffet

The name of the game at the spacious Borgata Buffet is "casual indulgence," and the cuisine is "you name it." Dinners include plenty of sushi, Asian soups, prime rib, and seafood; an impressive brunch spread features made-to-order omelets, eggs Benedict, sirloin and cocktail shrimp. 

Reviewer Rave: "The buffet specializes in pasta, comfort foods, fresh seafood, Asian cuisines, carving stations, and desserts. Everything on the buffet is enjoyable, but I come here for the seafood. They have shrimp, steamed clams w/ drawn butter, mussel, salmon, and red snapper. They also have a daily fish and sushi selection. These items vary daily." — Josh H. on Yelp

Pizza buffet at the Tomato Cafe in Albuquerque, New Mexico
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New Mexico: Tomato Cafe

  • City / Town: Albuquerque
  • Address: 7900 San Pedro Drive NE
  • Phone: (505) 821-9300  
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Ready to get your pizza on? The Tomato Cafe can help. The restaurant boasts both lunch and dinner buffets. Customers can expect a ton of fresh salad, two kinds of soup, polenta, three kinds of pasta, and nine kinds of pasta sauces, including, of course, a green chile alfredo, since it is New Mexico after all. For dessert, there's tiramisu and non-dairy soft serve. 

Reviewer rave: "As far as buffets go, this one is a winner! It's all you can eat Italian, and it's worth a try. They open with a small salad bar. Pretty basic, but you can have iceberg or spinach. They have a ranch dressing, but the Greek is really good. You can throw some onions, carrots, and cucumbers on and make a tasty little dish. They also have a tomato basil soup and vegetarian posole, which is actually very good! Next they have a few pizzas to choose from. Cheese, pepperoni, vegetarian, meaty pizza with onions, and a bbq chicken. Thin crust, lots of flavor." — Scott E. on Yelp

New York: 99 Favor Taste
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New York: 99 Favor Taste

  • City / Town: New York City
  • Address: 285 Grand St.; and three other locations
  • Phone: (646) 682-9162  
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The Big Apple-area locations of 99 Favor Taste, a Chinese hot pot restaurant, can tame the most beastly appetites even in the wee hours — all are open until 2 or 3 a.m. You'll choose a broth base, meat, veggies, and noodles to cook at your table, and the food just keeps coming. Still hungry? You can add Korean barbecue to the mix.

Reviewer rave: "We opted for the BBQ option over hotpot. ... The staff comes by and cooks the meat for you and takes it off when it's done. It's nice that it's semi service and they're very attentive. There's a sauce bar that you can get sauces at which is delicious. .... The meat was good and the seafood was surprisingly great too. Would definitely recommend the squid and mussels. The sweet potato was also yummy caramelized when it was done cooking." — Ashley W. on Yelp

North Carolina: Abele's Family Restaurant
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North Carolina: Abele's Family Restaurant

To take advantage of the all-you-can-eat deals at homey Abele's Family Restaurant, head to this unassuming, throwback spot for breakfast or dinner. The breakfast bar, with eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes, muffins, biscuits, grits, fruit, and more is bound to start your day off right. For dinner, patrons can choose a meat such as country-style steak, liver and onions, or a pork chop, then dive into a buffet with soup, salad, fruit, and hot sides including cornbread and fried okra.

Reviewer rave: "We had heard good things about Abele's Restaurant but hadn't had an opportunity to try it. We were finally close by to try get to try it. ... We explained to our waitress that we had never been there and didn't no how the process worked. She took her time explaining everything that was a available. We decided on the buffet. You have an option of the buffet without meat or meat. The food was delicious. The ambience and decor is very appropriate for it being a family restaurant." — Wendell P. on Yelp

North Dakota: Izumi Sushi & Hibachi All You Can Eat
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North Dakota: Izumi Sushi & Hibachi All You Can Eat

When you've got a serious appetite, it's hard to beat a restaurant that features the phrase "all you can eat" as prominently as well-regarded Izumi. It rolls out sushi and sashimi as well as favorites including teriyaki, tempura, udon, spring rolls, and even hibachi entrees. There's no buffet or lines — staff bring your choices to your table.

Reviewer rave: "My husband, son and I went to have a sushi meal. This experience was excellent! We tried over 8 different rolls as well as three different appetizers, three different meals and three different desserts. All was excellent. We will be back. The service was great." — OFuqua on TripAdvisor

Ohio: Der Dutchman
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Ohio: Der Dutchman

You can order your Amish favorites a la carte at Der Dutchman, but the "barn raising buffet" is the marquee draw. Feast on chicken, roast beef, ham, stuffing, mashed potatoes, noodles, corn, green beans, salad, and more every day for lunch and dinner, but be sure to leave room for one of the massive restaurant's famous pies. Fruit pies such as apple and cherry are always on offer, as are banana crème, peanut butter, lemon meringue, and other classics.

Reviewer rave: "Large venue with a store and bakery and plenty of restaurant seating. Did not have to wait. We had the lunch buffet which is a good deal as it had a nice salad bar and hot items like fried chicken, pulled pork, beef, ham, mashed potatoes, corn, green beans, macaroni, dressing. There were some desserts as well like bread pudding, chocolate dessert, cookies. You can also get pie for $1 extra with the buffet price. Our server was attentive. We enjoyed our meal and were not rushed out." — pasherry on TripAdvisor

Catfish, pickled okra, and hush puppies at B.G.'s Catch at Lake Texoma, Kingston, Oklahoma

Oklahoma: B.G.'s Catch

  • City / Town: Kingston
  • Address:  605½ Highway 70 East
  • Phone: (580) 564-4320
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The buffet at B.G.'s Catch is packed with favorites like fried or boiled shrimp, fried catfish, chicken, hush puppies and more. The highlight, however, might be the homemade ice cream and peach cobbler. The restaurant takes pride in the fact that its catfish is raised by American catfish farmers.

Reviewer rave: "All you care to eat of boiled or fried shrimp, fried fish, 2 kinds of hush puppies, fries, pinto beans, Cole slaw, and a big salad bar. Then peach cobbler with home made vanilla ice cream. Service is as good as it gets at a buffet. Tables are cleaned quickly & buffet refreshed regularly. It's is a down home country at the lake fish house. Friendly." — Kim B. on Yelp

Ganesh Indian Cuisine Buffet Plate of Samosa, basmati rice, mashed cauliflower at Beaverton,  Oregon
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Oregon: Ganesh Indian Cuisine

The large and varied buffet at Ganesh is available daily 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and the restaurant can boast an impressive 4½  stars on Yelp. Indian classics like saag paneer, Tandoori chicken, samosas, dal, and dosas fill out the buffet that garners huge praise from diners. 

Reviewer rave: "I've been searching for an Indian buffet for quite a bit since everything shut down in 2020 and oh my goodness I'm so happy to have found this spot! I made it for their thali dinner today and everything was amazing! The chicken makhani was a table favorite, it was so flavorful. The dal was beautifully earthy and seasoned perfectly. ... The service was on point, the owner was kind and is on top of it! Everything was great, will definitely be back for their lunch buffet." — Veronica C. on Yelp

Pennsylvania: Shady Maple Smorgasbord
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Pennsylvania: Shady Maple Smorgasbord

Amish smorgasbords are traditionally a large affair, but 110,000-square-foot Shady Maple might be the king of 'em all. It seats more than 1,200 hungry patrons in its main dining room, and on Saturday mornings can churn through 3,000 eggs for omelets and 800 pounds of bacon. At dinnertime, the 200-foot buffet is filled with homestyle favorites including pot roast, brisket, fried chicken, and mashed potatoes, and the gift shop hawks a staggering array of collectibles, home decor, and more.

Reviewer rave: "It has been more than five years since we last ate here, but, I must say it hasn't changed the food is still delicious. We has four more couples that come to celebrate our 40th anniversary, and although it was very busy, we all enjoyed our dinner, I recommend the fried shrimp, grilled shrimp and flounder stuffed with crabmeat, the mixed veggies were very good too. Looking forward to going back soon, family friendly and a great place not for just dinner, they also offer breakfast and lunch." — Theodora H. on TripAdvisor

Rhode Island: Wright's Farm
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Rhode Island: Wright's Farm

  • City / Town: Harrisville
  • Address: 84 Inman Road
  • Phone: (401) 769-2856  
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Hearty family-style dinners are the name of the game at Wright's Farm, a sprawling complex that is surely one of the biggest restaurants in the nation's smallest state. Here, more than 1,000 diners can sit down and enjoy either the signature baked chicken or sirloin steak, both served with rolls, pasta, and marinara sauce, salad, and homestyle fries. Hungry? Waitstaff will gladly bring you as many servings as you can handle.

Reviewer rave: "Wright Farm Restaurant is a fantastic family restaurant. They offer Chicken dinners that come with salad, French fries and pasta. Everything is unlimited. The food is excellent and delicious. The staff is very efficient and very friendly. This is a great dinning experience for families and anyone else." — ksenecal1951 on TripAdvisor

Crabby Mike's
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South Carolina: Crabby Mike's

  • City / Town: Surfside Beach
  • Address:  290 Highway 17 North
  • Phone: (843) 238-3524  
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Crabby Mike's is big and brash and, on any given night, crowded with hungry tourists. But happy patrons say it's among the best places to pack it in on the buffet-happy South Carolina coast. All the favorites are here: snow crab legs, fried and broiled shrimp, shrimp and grits, fried scallops and oysters, baked salmon, crab cakes, cod, clams, mussels, mahi-mahi, and so much more. On busy days, you may even find a DJ, karaoke, and hula hoops on hand to make the wait fly by.

Reviewer rave: "I can't put into words how happy this place made me. This is the best place in Myrtle Beach to get unlimited seafood. In a walk. The staff is friendly. The restaurant is clean and their bathrooms are immaculate. The food is fresh and plentiful. I don't even know what else to say. Everything was awesome. It doesn't get better than this." — Kyle R. on Yelp

South Dakota: Carnaval Brazilian Grill
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South Dakota: Carnaval Brazilian Grill

  • City / Town: Sioux Falls
  • Address: 2401 S. Carolyn Ave.
  • Phone: (605) 361-6328
  • Website:

This independent Carnaval Brazilian Grill steakhouse has become a go-to spot for hungry South Dakotans since opening in 2005. Diners get to start off at the salad bar and hot bar of Brazilian favorites such as feijoada, a stew of black beans and meat. Of course, the real feast begins when servers carve all the meat you can eat at your table. Mouth-watering selections include shrimp, sirloin, spicy pork sausage, flank steak, and more. Even better, live music is on tap Thursday through Saturday.

Reviewer rave: "Very tasty food, a joy for people who love their meat. Picanha particularly good. Salad bar is extensive but leave room for the main courses as they come round quick and often. Superb after service too - credit card was not with the paperwork but I didn’t notice until we had left the town. A phone call resolved the problem quickly and efficiently. Highly recommended." — WandaSnow on TripAdvisor

Tennessee: Monell's
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Tennessee: Monell's

  • City / Town: Nashville
  • Address:  1235 6th Ave. North and 1400 Murfreesboro Pike
  • Phone: (615) 248-4747 and (615) 365-1414
  • Website:

Wear those stretchy pants to Monell's, where you'll enjoy endless portions of family-style comfort food such as skilled-fried chicken, cheese grits, pot roast, and so much more. But as good as dinner is here, you'll also want to check out the daily Country Breakfast. Selections include heaping plates of smoked sausage, country ham, fried apples and pancakes, and of course, biscuits and gravy.


Reviewer rave: "Great home cooking! Served family style. Sit down at a big table and visit with other customers. The day we were there, it was Turkey and dressing, fried pork chops and incredibly good fried chicken. There were probably 6 veggies, cornbread and rolls and salads. Everything was delicious and we really enjoyed everyone we sat with. Best peach preserves I’ve ever had." — James B on TripAdvisor

Stubb's Gospel Lunch Buffet Meats: Fried Chicken, Pork, Brisket, and Sausage in Austin, Texas
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Texas: Stubb's Bar-B-Q

  • City / Town: Austin
  • Address: 801 Red River St.
  • Phone: (737) 465-1218
  • Website:

Everything's bigger in Texas, including the plates of barbecue at the popular Stubb's Bar-B-Q with its all-you-can-eat special. Choose from four meats including brisket, pulled pork, sausage, chicken, and chopped beef; then select three sides, such as hand-cut fries, sweet potato fries, mac and cheese, and collard greens. Pickles, onions, and Texas bread are all part of the family-style meal. Of course the meat is enhanced with the restaurant's award-winning barbecue sauce. Stubb's is also a popular music venue and features an all-you-can-eat Sunday Gospel Brunch. Think of it as "soul" food.

Reviewer rave: "My wife is a big fan of gospel music, and I love BBQ, so this seemed like an obvious place for us to go for our last meal of the holiday. The Sunday Gospel Brunch was a brilliant experience and I’d definitely recommend it. ... Note you can have all of the BBQ options (brisket, chicken, and sausage) you just have to ask — my wife was too polite when she was asked what she wanted she thought she could only pick one. Beyond the meat, there was fried catfish, spinach and cheese canneloni, biscuits and gravy, breakfast eggs and potatoes, sausage patties and bacon, refried beans and mac and cheese. To top it all off, the pecan fudge pie was incredible too." — Adam T on TripAdvisor

Utah: Ombu Grill
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Utah: Ombu Grill

Grill your own lunch or dinner at Ombu Grill, a relatively new Korean barbecue restaurant with more than 50 belly-filling options. It serves unlimited portions of meat, seafood, veggies, and other items that patrons can cook on a grill built into their table. Entrees including yakisoba and beef bibimbap. Appetizers such as calamari and dumplings are also available.

Reviewer rave: "The selection of meats is great, although I wish they had more appetizer like options! The ambience is amazing with great lighting, but it can get really loud as it's a small building. I think it's cool they offer a whole ramen option as well. It's not the best but it's definitely not bad. Overall I've only had good experiences at Ombu and I will be back! Take other reviews with a grain of salt, unless you're a meat snob or connoisseur you will enjoy it here." — Caleb C. on Yelp

Lyndon Buffet all you can eat restaurant in Lyndonville, Vermont.
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Vermont: Lyndon Buffet

  • City / Town: Lyndonville
  • Address: 626 Broad St.
  • Phone: (802) 626-8886  
  • Website:

Open daily Wednesday through Monday at 11 a.m., the homey Lyndon Buffet greets locals and visitors with classic Chinese dishes like broccoli beef, Gen. Tso's chicken, egg rolls, crab rangoon, and spicy Szechwan fare, along with at least three kinds of soup. Take out and catering are also available.

Reviewer rave: "I don't live in Vermont. I just occasionally visit. But every time I visit, I have come there. ... They have some of the most [common] things you order at a Chinese take out menu, like egg drop soup, egg rolls, general tso's chicken, chicken and broccoli, as well as deserts like ice cream, jello, pudding, and orange slices. ... If you're looking for a place to fill your belly with some familiar Chinese dishes, this is the place to go!" — Josiah W on Yelp

Virginia: Nanny's
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Virginia: Nanny's

  • City / Town: Petersburg
  • Address:  11900 S. Crater Road 
  • Phone: (804) 733-6619  
  • Website:

Unassuming Southern-style buffet Nanny's is all about family, and patrons get to gobble up recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation. If you're looking for comfort food, look no further than the menu of fried chicken, chicken and dumplings, brisket, roast beef, ham, collard greens, biscuits, fatback, cobbler, pound cake, and so much more.

Reviewer rave: "Great southern buffet for a quick lunch or if you are wanting to strap on the feed bag. Excellent variety of salads, sides, and meats. Salads consisted of the makings of a small chef’s salad, tuna salad, potato salad, and Cole slaw. Sides were mashed potatoes with chicken gravy, green beans, baked beans, collard greens, cabbage, and hush puppies. Then there is fried chicken, sausage, Swiss steak, and best of all crispy fat backs." — schnellnumber5 on TripAdvisor

Washington: Feast Buffet
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Washington: Feast Buffet

  • City / Town: Renton
  • Address:  485 Renton Center Way SW (in the Renton Shopping Center)
  • Phone: (425) 235.1888  
  • Website:

The cavernous Seattle-area Feast Buffet amazes first-timers with its massive and artful spread of seafood, sushi, sashimi, dim sum, and more. A Mongolian grill and tons of dessert options — even cotton candy — add to the variety. Reviewers say there's lobster and other premium items on weekends.

Reviewer rave: "First time here and the selections did not disappoint! We had delicious, fresh sushi, ahi tuna poke, fried shrimp, cold shrimp, crayfish, crab, chicken wings, dim sum Shumai, delicious duck, spareribs, prime rib, chow mein, tempura, assorted vegetables, crab, kim chi, seaweed salad, so much more! There was a noodle station, choose what you want and they prepare! There's a Mongolian grill station, lots of fresh meats and veggies to choose from (not meat scraps but really fresh cuts of meats!). There's a whole dim sum section to choose from! ... There's no way to sample everything in one visit ... it's like Disneyland.. " — D.R.V. on Yelp

West Virginia: Spice Connexion
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West Virginia: Spice Connexion

  • City / Town: Martinsburg
  • Address: 796 Foxcroft Ave.
  • Phone: (304) 901-4333  
  • Website:

West Virginia might not be the place you'd expect to find tasty, authentic Indian food, but Spice Connexion serves it up in heaping portions, patrons say. The lunch buffet is the best time to fill a rumbling belly for less, offering favorites such as chicken tikka masala, lamb stew, and other rotating veggie and meat dishes, along with rice and naan.

Reviewer rave: "Another fabulous lunch at the buffet. Just the right amount of choices with a wide variety of flavors. The rice pudding was sweet and the perfect compliment to the spicy savory dishes. Staff were all excellent as well. Our server in particular was friendly, attentive, fast, and a great personality as well! We love this place. It is a unique gem in Mburg. We will definitely be back." — 426laurent on TripAdvisor

Wisconsin: Paul Bunyan's Cook Shanty
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Wisconsin: Paul Bunyan's Cook Shanty

  • City / Town: Wisconsin Dells
  • Address:  411 State Highway 13 South
  • Phone: 608-254-8717
  • Website:

Sure, it's unabashedly kitschy, but Paul Bunyan's is still one of the best places to go in Wisconsin to satisfy an ox-sized appetite. Inside the cabin-like restaurant, you'll feast on family-style meals on tin plates. For breakfast, expect campfire favorites including pancakes, sausage, fried potatoes, and buttermilk donuts. At dinner, entrees include barbecue ribs, pot roast, and fried chicken served up with veggies, coleslaw, salad, and bread.

Reviewer rave: "Folks that criticize this place are too hard to please or simply don't know good food when they get it. All-you-can-eat scrambled eggs, potatoes, sausage, pancakes, biscuits w/ gravy, doughnuts plus beverage for $18.50. That's a good price unless you eat like a bird. For whatever reason, we didn't get any ham but we're from the South and like our biscuits and gravy and they were plenty good." — Jim C on TripAdvisor

Wyoming: The Cody Cattle Company
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Wyoming: The Cody Cattle Company

Tourist favorite Cody Cattle Company, open seasonally, is one of the best places for an all-you-can-eat meal in the Cowboy State, and diners are treated to a night of singing and dancing while they chow down. The simple but tasty menu includes unlimited portions of beef brisket, barbecue chicken, potatoes, baked beans, coleslaw, cornbread, Caesar salad, and applesauce. Oh, and don't forget the brownies.

Reviewer rave: "My wife and I were spending Labor Day weekend in Cody to catch the rodeo finals. We decided to go to the Cattle Company for dinner and watch the show, we had heard from several people that the food was great, and the show was fantastic. They were all right, the food was excellent, and all you can eat at that. The brisket was out of this world. During the show, we were just mesmerized at how talented each of the members were, and how they all worked so well together to put on such a fantastic show. We loved it so much that we went 2 more nights." — Joe E on TripAdvisor