We went on a Friday during the lent season. The buffet cost over $17.00 per person and the sign said the buffet featured seafood and prime rib. I have paid less at Chinese buffets and got more of a variety of seafood than this overpriced buffet offered. I was so dissapointed as was my husband. They did have prime rib which was quite good but the seafood only consisted of broiled haddock, clams, peel and eat shrimp, seafood salad and seafood fettacini that had imitation crab as the seafood in the pasta. There was mashed potatoes, green beans, au gratin potatoes, macaroni and cheese, a salad bar and broasted chicken and soup. For dessert they had 4 types of pie that mostly consisted of apple pie, pudding, a cherry cool whip dessert, lemon dessert that mostly consisted of cool whip, some brownies, cookies and soft serve ice cream. I've definiteley had better at other buffets for much less money. Would never eat another dinner buffet there again If all you're after is atmosphere it is country motif attractive but the food is not exceptional.
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