There is nothing wrong with Marvin's; it just a simple "country cookin' buffet" in a small town. Wednesday is Senior Day and draws a crowd from miles around. They also serve chicken livers and gizzards that day. If you like them, I'm told theirs are delicious. There is always a good selection of southern style vegetables and sides - greens, green beans, mashed potatoes, mac and cheese (yes, in the South that is a side dish), corn, etc. Breads are rolls and cornbread. There are usually two or three desserts: a couple of varieties of fruit cobbler and maybe bread pudding plus soft-serve ice cream. The salad bar is more extensive than most at this kind of eatery with iceberg lettuce, maybe spinach or other greens, ham cubes, cheese, tomatoes, cucumbers, pickled okra, diced boiled eggs, cottage cheese, several salad dressings (not home-made), croutons, crackers, and pseudo-bacon bits. The talley for four seniors with beverages is about $30. For a small town with a lot of buffets, Marvin's is a stand--out. It's just not fine dining, but that is not why you'd go there.
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