No time for links today, sorry. I’ll have some tomorrow.
But here’s your little reminder — you’ve got 24 hours to get in on the action to win tickets to see the Lost 80s Live concert at Mount Airy on Sunday. The deadline to enter is Thursday afternoon. Not only do you get the show tickets, but you get two tickets to dinner at the Buffet at Mount Airy. If I could win this contest, I’d be all over it. I consider myself a connoisseur of casino buffets — though I still haven’t gotten to the Mount Airy one for some reason.
Actually as long as I’m thinking about it, here’s a bonus for the day – casino buffet rankings. I’m pretty sure I’ve hit about 90 percent of them in AC over the years, and this is what I came up with:
Best casino buffet in Atlantic City: Harrah’s Waterfront, by far. I’ve been tempted to make the trip just for that buffet. I only wish I was kidding. Very pricey, but as long as you play for something like two hours, you get comped a free buffet. It might be a little longer, I forget. But it’s not a crazy amount of time.
Worst: Hilton. Cheap but not good.
Hit and miss: Showboat. Awesome sometimes, frustratingly horrible others.
Miss the most: Sands. It was only $8, and it was consistently worth the money. It wasn’t anywhere near Harrah’s quality, but I ate there at least 10 times, and I was never disappointed. I really do miss it since it got tore down a couple years ago.
Local: I really do have to try the Mount Airy one sometime soon. Haven’t hit the Cobalt Cafeat the Sands Bethlehem, but might get a chance to do it next weekend. The Timbers Buffet at Mohegan Sun is a little better than adequate, but the food never seems to change. The buffet at Harrah’s in Chester is pretty good, but nothing special.
Feel free to leave your own casino buffet reviews in the comments.