Signs You’re At A Bad Buffet

If you’re new, Subscribe! → Buffets are a staple of American cuisine. Call it a holdover from our American Revolution days and desire for independence, or chalk it up to the nostalgia of feeling like we’re in school again, Americans love serving themselves food from tables filled with every last available option. But it really doesn’t matter why; Americans just love us some buffets. Unless you wanna go home with a stomach ache, though, you’ve gotta know how to spot an all-you-can-eat nightmare. These are the signs you’re at a bad buffet… No sneeze guards | 0:43 Tainted tongs | 1:29 M.I.A. employees | 2:27 Part-time buffet | 3:09 Not making the grade | 3:44 Mystery loaf | 4:27 Read more here → H

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This is How All-You-Can-Eat Buffets Really Make Their Money

If you’re new, Subscribe! → If you’ve ever gorged yourself at an all you can eat buffet, you’ve probably wondered how they manage to make any money. Letting people just eat anything they want all willy-nilly couldn’t possibly be profitable, right? Well, grab a plate, because we’re about to reveal how all-you-can-eat buffets really make their money… Cutting back on overhead | 0:16 Minimizing waste | 0:46 Cheap ingredients | 1:26 Seasonal and regional specialties | 1:53 Drink up! | 2:20 Giving you smaller tools | 2:45 A strategic layout | 3:12 Cheaper isn’t always better | 3:53 People absolutely get banned | 4:40 Read more here → Helpful Tips https://

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