WARNING - Public Service Announcement - Tourist trap
$40 dollars for all you can eat Lobster and Seafood buffet, how can you go wrong? Sometimes thingsaretoo good to be true. Looked good from the outside, the building was adorned with a giant lighthouse, but had a cafeteria feel to once you crossed the threshold. The buffet itself was small, and the lobsters were rationed out one at a time. They were little fellows, about a 1 lb or so each. The picture on the bottom is not of a shrimp, it is actually the meat from the tail. It was rough, rubbery, and shrunken to the size of a shrimp. Note the butter wasn’t even real - this is a pet peeve of mine. The only things good on the hot food bar were the crab legs and fried calamari. I still went up and took 6 lobsters back to the table (one at a time) with the hopes that I could find a decent one in the bunch. No such luck - but that is six lobsters I spared someone else from having to try and eat.
On a positive note they did have very tasty deserts. We had a pecan pie which was probably the second best pecan pie I ever ate (hard to beat homemade).
In short this place was not worth the gastric distress that it will surly cause, and managementdoesn’t care as there will always be a steady flow of uninformed new visitors .
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