10 Best Places for Buffets in North Carolina

Buffets bring us a little taste of everything. Whether you’re in the mood for a breakfast spread of bacon, eggs, and grits or a delectable barbecue display, North Carolina’s buffets have it. Next time you’re hungry for a variety, check out the 10 best buffets in the state. 

Grandma Hoyt’s Country Buffet, Bessemer City, NC

For a delicious buffet of down-home country cooking, visit Grandma Hoyt’s Country Buffet. Closed on Mondays, they serve an abundance of southern favorites for lunch and dinner on Tuesdays through Sundays, with a breakfast buffet on Saturdays, too. If bacon, eggs, and grits is your kind of breakfast meal, you’ll enjoy an endless array of items on the breakfast buffet. Bring your appetite if you come for lunch or dinner. You definitely won’t leave hungry!

The Dunes Restaurant, Nags Head, NC

The Dunes Restaurant is noted for their huge breakfast buffet. Dubbed an “Outer Banks Breakfast,” it consists of several kinds of fresh fruit, along with eggs, meats, grits, hash browns, waffles and more. Come hungry. It’s guaranteed you won’t leave that way.

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Captain George’s Seafood Buffet, Kill Devil Hills, NC

For an amazing meal of fresh seafood and countless sides, visit Captain George’s Seafood Buffet. Dine on steamed clams, fried scallops, fried oysters, blackened mahi, steamed mussels, fried shrimp, clam chowder, she-crab soup and more. There are even more than 25 gluten-free items on the buffet for those with dietary needs.

General McArthur’s, Laurinburg, NC

The country buffet at General McArthur’s features fried chicken and barbecue every day, along with a large assortment of sides, fresh vegetables and more. While it definitely isn’t the healthiest of buffets to indulge in frequently, it certainly is one of the most delicious. The service here is what everyone dreams of when going out to eat. The staff is friendly and attentive. They can’t do enough for their customers.

Jimmy’s Seafood Buffet, Kitty Hawk, NC

Dine on lobster claws, lobster tail, fried coconut shrimp, seasoned local shark, blackened tuna, pan seared cod and countless additional seafood options at Jimmy’s Seafood Buffet. The seafood is fresh and delicious. There is also a section of the buffet “from the islands,” that includes Jamaican Jerk Chicken, Pineapple Glazed Ham and more. The side orders are hearty and plentiful, and the desserts aren’t typical buffet fare. Choose from New York cheesecake, Florida Key lime pie, Warm Summer Peach Cobbler, and more.

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The Urban Turban, Cary, NC

Enjoy fresh, healthy Mediterranean fare at the Urban Turban. Their lunch and dinner buffets are available throughout the week with a brunch buffet on Saturdays and Sundays. Enjoy lentils, chickpeas and fresh veggies in addition to main dishes like Fattoush, stuffed grape leaves, and more. 

Fuller’s Old-Fashioned Barbecue, Fayetteville and Pembroke, NC

You can’t possibly sample everything available on the lunch or dinner buffet at Fuller’s Old-Fashioned Barbecue. Sample barbecue, steak, chicken, seafood, sandwiches, salads and countless country sides. The homemade biscuits with molasses are on pretty much everyone’s list of favorites.

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Village Buffet, Whiteville, NC

Everything at Village Buffet is based upon the bounty afforded the owners from the state of North Carolina. Down home country cooking, the owners claim they cook like it’s “always Sunday dinner.” You’ve never been to a Sunday dinner that’s quite this plentiful. Choose from meats, fried chicken, fried fish and several delectable sides. Be sure to have a piece of chocolate cake for dessert!

Casey’s Buffet, Wilmington, NC

You’ll go hog wild for the food at Casey’s Buffet. The lunch and dinner buffets serve what locals call “Southern soul food” and barbecue. Choose from barbecue pork, fried chicken, catfish, mashed potatoes and gravy, hushpuppies, potato salad, pan fried okra and more. Desserts include peach or cherry cobbler, banana pudding, cherry cheesecake and bread pudding. You might need assistance making your way back out the door!

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Falafel 54, Durham, NC

For a delicious Mediterranean buffet visit Falafel 54. Serving both hot and cold Mediterranean dishes, the owners boast they serve the best falafel in town. Dine on Baba Ghanouj, stuffed grape leaves, Tabouli, and more.

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