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National Buffet Day: 5 of our favorite all-you-can-eat restaurants

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Shoveling copious amounts of food onto your already overflowing plate, maybe spilling some sauce along the buffet (but not having time enough to clean it up), racing back to your booth, and dumping forkful after forkful of sweet sweet grub into your trap. But, that’s only the first round.

Ahh…..life at a buffet is quite swell, indeed.

Here are some of the best all-you-can-eat establishments in our fine city (just don’t take a date with you, they’ll never want to see your sauce-covered face or your stretchy pants again):

Sushi Time
2653 N. High St

Endless lunchtime sushi for $12.99 from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. then all-you-can-eat dinner for $21.99 (including sashimi!).

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Schmidt’s Sausage Haus
240 E Kossuth St

Schmidt’s comes in heavy on the buffet front: from a traditional German buffet with Bahama Mama’s, German potatoes, and sauerkraut to the American buffet with roast beef, lasagna, and stuffing, to a special signature buffet.

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Aab Indian Restaurant
1470 Grandview Ave, Grandview Heights
2400 E Main St, Bexley

Traditional Indian lunch buffet featuring bhatura, nan, tandoori, biryani, and more weekdays from 11:30am- 2:30pm and weekends from noon- 3pm.

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Matt the Miller’s
1400 Grandview Ave, Columbus
6725 Avery Muirfield Dr, Dublin

Matt the Miller’s has Sunday brunches strapped down. Belgium waffles, omelet bar, flatbreads, make-your-own Bloody Mary bar, Eggs Benedict, potatoes—all this and more for $18.95 from 10am-2:30pm Sundays.

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Anna’s Greek Cuisine
7370 Sawmill Rd, Dublin

Every Sunday from 11:00am – 3:30pm, Anna’s is serving up hummus and tzatziki, lemon chicken soup, lentil soup, tiropita, spanakopita and dolmathes, gyros, chicken corfu-spaghetti with meat sauce and more for $18.95.

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Shake a leg over over to Grandview’s newly-rebranded fried chicken joint

Regina Fox

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Uncle Nick's Greek Fried Chicken is gone, but it will not be forgotten thanks to a new spinoff concept opening soon.

The Crispy Coop will open at 1717 Northwest Blvd in the former Acre location on Saturday, February 1. This new restaurant will continue to serve the award-winning chicken, as well as many new menu items including Nashville style hot chicken, chicken sandwiches, and all new homemade sides.

https://www.facebook.com/thecrispycoop/posts/155947169163497

"We are so thankful for the past 5 years at Uncle Nick’s and are excited about our future," reads Crispy Coop's Facebook bio.

Uncle Nick's Greek Fried Chicken was located at 1333 Northwest Blvd. The new restaurant will allow for a "much better customer dining experience," according to the Facebook bio.

Tamo's Pizzeria will replace the former Uncle Nick's location.

For more information, visit The Crispy Coop's Facebook page.

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“An iconic institution” joins the the North Market

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Block's Bagels and Deli has served Central Ohio from its Bexley location since 1967. Now, the Central Ohio institution will offer its most popular classic offerings to shoppers in the North Market.

"Like a bagel with cream cheese, I believe North Market and Block's Bagels are a perfect pairing," said Block's owner Jeremy Fox in a statement. "We share similar core values and purpose, bringing community together through tradition, sustainability, and excellence. We are very happy to soon be able to call North Market home and look forward to expanding the new version of Block's Bagels."

Fox says the Block's Bagels at North Market will offer a full range of classic deli sandwiches, house made chicken, tuna, and egg salad; traditional deli sides such as dill potato salad, green apple slaw, and pickles; classic staples offered in the best New York delis: potato knishes, potato latkes, matzah ball soup; and everyone's favorite: black and white cookies.

"Since 1967, Block's has been and continues to be the most proper bagel and delicatessen in not just the Central Ohio area, but I would argue the entire Midwest," said North Market Executive Director Rick Harrison Wolfe. "Block's belongs in North Market and we welcome this iconic institution."

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Exciting new announcement from local pizza chain

Mike Thomas

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Big news for gluten-averse pizza fans in Central Ohio and beyond: Donatos has announced a new cauliflower crust.

"One taste and you will see. Donatos cauliflower crust pizzas taste like…Donatos pizzas," reads an announcement of the new menu option from the Columbus-based pizza chain.

Available for order with any of Donatos Signature or "create your own" pizzas, the 10" gluten-free cauliflower crust is said to have 30% fewer carbs than Donatos' traditional thin crust. The new option is now available for order at Donatos.com or through the Donatos mobile app.

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