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    All you can eat buffetts

    which all you can eat buffetts are affordable and worth my money? any good sugestions?

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    Re: All you can eat buffetts

    I personally love embers, the food tastes great and its a nice sized buffett, alittle exspencive though.

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    Re: All you can eat buffetts

    Review the older threads. Plenty of info on buffets. Id suggest PR's.

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    Re: All you can eat buffetts

    Alright, ill check them out!

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    Re: All you can eat buffetts

    Oh boy, oh boy!! Another thread about all you can eat buffets, mini golf courses, scooter joints, sub shops, etc. ad nauseum. We have an archive for a reason. Winter is annoying enough without this.

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    Re: All you can eat buffetts

    Get over it Hap. That's why new people come to forums.

    The price for the all you can eat buffets went up substantially this year because the cost of crab nearly tripled, so you can expect to pay over $30 per person for places like Bonfire, Embers and Phillips. But they all have early bird specials that can save you about $4.00 each, and places like Embers usually have senior discounts on certain nights. Halls has different buffets in their restaurant, like a pasta buffet, that might be a lot less $ than the seafood buffet. You can also try Waterman's in West Ocean City. They have some great ayce options and you can choose from crab or shrimp that includes fried chicken and extras. It's not a buffet, but rather they bring it all to your table and literally "dump" it out on your table.

    Paul Revere's and Jonah and the Whale will most likely be the cheapest of all the buffets in OC. PR's was $12.99 this past season.............but you get what you pay for. So if you don't mind sub par, greasy, sat all day food then go there. Jonah and the Whale isn't much better.

    Hope that helped you out.

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    Re: All you can eat buffetts

    if you dont like it then dont look. & ZO6RL, Alright, thank you. i will exsclude those places from my travels.

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    Re: All you can eat buffetts

    You're welcome 410MotherOf3. Anytime.

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