To: Old Professer
I remember a Howard Johnson's that had an 'all you can eat' policy, and I remember a friend who got kicked out after 20 some servings. Not the best idea.
On the other hand, one of my favorite places to go out in the Amish country is an 'all you can eat' smorgasbord where lunch is under 8 dollars, and dinner about 12. Not the fanciest food, but basic and fresh. Seats about 2,000 people though it is usually only half full during the week.
My wife and I did visit one restaurant. Single serving at the salid bar is $2.80
Grazing fee is $8.00
We could not stop laughing.
posted on 09/24/2003 9:36:40 PM PDT
On the other hand, one of my favorite places to go out in the Amish country is an 'all you can eat' smorgasbord where lunch is under 8 dollars, and dinner about 12.
That sounds like an "Amish" smorg I know in Shipshewana, IN. I put "Amish" in quotes since even though it is billed as an Amish restaurant, why was my "Amish" waitress wearing a cellphone?
posted on 09/26/2003 9:48:11 AM PDT
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