In all honesty, many of us have made it our mission to visit every city-wide Sunday bottomless mimosa buffet. Not a problem, but it may be more challenging to find additional places offering unlimited servings. We’ve researched the best all-you-can-eat spots in town and located everything from Asian to Mexican to American buffets. Get ready to eat as much as your little stomach can hold.
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Ru San’s Japanese Sushi and Cuisine
This Japanese restaurant is a hit with the lunchtime crowd in Charlotte because it features an incredible self-serve sushi buffet for only $11.75. With options like maki, nigiri, teriyaki, fried rice, and noodles, the hardest part will be picking what to eat first.
At this trendy restaurant in the Metropolitan, you can get an all-you-can-eat sushi lunch special every day. For only $10, listen to and discuss over 15 different medleys. Spring rolls, garlic noodles, and fried rice are all included in the deal, and all are unlimited and delicious. The sushi is unlimited from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; we dare you to get any work done after that.
Brick Oven Pizza by Luisa
Luisa’s Brick Oven Pizzeria
MontfordWhen time is of the essence and you’re craving tasty food (or any day you crave a great slice), this lunch buffet is where it’s at. For less than ten dollars, you can stuff your gaping maw with Luisa’s delicious pizza, pasta, and salads between the hours of 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Luisa’s Pizza is so good that it was included on our list of the best pizza places.
New York Pizza & Pasta
The Indian Path
New York Pizza & Pasta’s all-you-can-eat pizza buffet is the cheapest in town at just $6.99. With options like traditional slices, calzones, and salads, it’s a great go-to when you’re in a pinch for time but still want a tasty meal.
The Pizza Peel & Tap Room
Both Plaza Midwood and Cotswold Gather the gang from work and head to Pizza Peel at noon on weekdays for an $8.50 pizza and salad buffet. This Queens staple (also featured on our list of the best pizza in the city) will allow you to end the daily struggle of finding a restaurant that will satisfy everyone in the office for lunch. The Updyke pie, topped with fresh arugula, is a crowd-pleaser thanks to its combination of mozzarella, goat cheese, Italian sausage, caramelized onions, and mushrooms.
Chima Brazilian Steakhouse
Uptown Brazilian steakhouses, the ultimate in gastronomic extravagance. Chima guarantees to satisfy your hunger with its extensive menu of tasty options. Before settling in for an endless supply of meat (bacon-wrapped filet, leg of lamb, and more), take your time perusing the extensive gourmet salad bar featuring hot and cold appetizers (such as rices, pasta salads, soups, cheeses, and charcuterie). If you want more of the good stuff, just flip your place card to the green side; if you need a break, flip it to the red side. There’s no secret to it; it’s just the norm in competitive eating.
Brazz Carvery & Brazilian Steakhouse
Brazz, located in Uptown Chicago, is a go-to for authentic Brazilian cuisine and offers a fantastic value for those looking for a high-end, midday meal in the city without breaking the bank. All you can eat access to the salad bar, soup station, hot bar (with a different theme each weekday), and carving station with three roasted meats is yours for just $12.95. It’s high time you took your team out for a memorable lunch, at a place you normally reserve for date night or a special weekend dinner.
Three Amigos Mexican Grill and Cantina
Plaza-Midwood We’ve discovered the perfect Thursday night treat: unlimited chicken or beef enchiladas for under $10. Pair them with a $2.50 Presidente beer and you’ll have the perfect meal. If you’re feeling especially brave, you can join the Enchilada Wall of Fame by eating 12 of them; your stomach probably won’t appreciate it, but your witnesses certainly will.
Passage to India
You’ll find a lavish buffet with 30 curry options in a small strip mall close to UNC Charlotte. Vegetable chowmein, pani poori, and chilli chicken are just a few of the delicious main courses available at this Indian restaurant. As a result, you can try a wide variety of foods that you might not otherwise have the chance to.
Contexts in a number of Different Places
You can feed your seafood addiction at this popular sports bar every Tuesday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. (hours and availability may vary by location). Come to Metropolitan or Birkdale Village for the meal, which also features croissants and a baked potato. It’s worth remembering for next summer that all-you-can-eat crab is only offered in the summer.
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Freelance writer Courtney Matinata anticipates an open invitation to observe any and all participants in the enchilada challenge.