With pandemic restrictions loosening up, are you feeling brave enough to go back to a buffet?
When the lockdown hit, salad bars, continental breakfasts, hot bars, condiment stations and buffets were among the first things many people love, to be shut down. The problem was never with the buffets themselves. At the time, the federal government recommended that restaurants, hotels, and supermarkets stop any operations that might require customers to share utensils, to stop operating.
The problem was/is with the “sharing” part. When that problem is addressed, the hope is that buffets will come roaring back.
Pre-pandemic, the Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace in Vegas served more than 3,000 people a day with nine serving stations. You can bet that they’ll want to get that back to full speed.
Jack & Carolyn talked about this on the Morning Breeze. Listen here: