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    Dom
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    I have only tried the Buffet once and that was 2 years ago for Mexican Night. It was awful. Maybe that is why they no longer have Mexican Night. Apparently, from what I read here, the other Theme Nights are better.
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    Senior Member cindyo's Avatar
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    Dom, we've also tried the BBQ nite which was good. Ah, mexican, I can see it not being so good...rather do CHI CHI's at home...Prices...They were playing around with the prices for a while, so I am thinking now they finally went back to all the same prices per nite of 19.99...CHeck the local papers and see their schedule if any of you go.

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    do they do the buffet dinner every night?

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    Yes, buffet every nite, every nite is different

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    Tadammm....


    Monday: Seafood Sampler

    Featuring seasonal selections such as peel n’ eat shrimp, oysters, clams and mussels, seafood chowder, mahi mahi, grouper and red snapper, shrimp in lobster sauce, assorted side items and dessert. Chicken also available.


    Tuesday: Bravo Italiano

    Minestrone soup, chicken Marsala, Italian sausage and meatballs, Italian pork roast, grouper with almonds, pasta station, gourmet salad bar, plus tiramisu, New York-style amaretto cheesecake and flan caramello.


    Wednesday: An Island Favorite - BBQ

    Featuring mouthwatering baby back ribs, chicken and steaks sizzling off the grill, baked beans, corn-on-the-cob, gourmet salad bar and dessert.


    Thursday: Chateaubriand – Oo-la-la

    Featuring a French-inspired, double-thick center cut of grilled beef tenderloin. Accompanied by garden vegetables, potatoes, island rice, gourmet salad bar, fresh baked breads and desserts including apple pie, bread pudding, flan and cheesecake. Chicken also available.


    Friday: International Seafood Festival

    Featuring sushi, peel n’ eat shrimp, New England clam chowder, Spanish seafood paella, seafood pasta, grilled mahi mahi and lobster mac n’ cheese, salad bar and dessert.


    Saturday: Simply Perfect - Prime Rib

    Featuring prime rib, carved-to-your-liking, gourmet salad bar, garlic mashed or baked potatoes, vegetable of the day and a selection of desserts. Chicken also available.

    Prices start at $19.95 per person.
    Dinner Buffet: 5pm-10pm
    Last edited by qlaval; 10-03-2008 at 04:46 PM.
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