Foodee's Pizza: Pizza buffet
Foodee's was recommended in my guidebook as a good place to stop for lunch for creative pizzas. They have an all you can eat buffet at lunch and dinner, Tuesday-Friday, which includes several different kinds of pizza, garden or caesar salad and unlimited refills on soda.
Favorite Dish: Since we didn't have a lot of time, we opted for the all you can eat buffet. The pizza was OK but I think I would have preferred to order a whole pizza instead of ones that had been sitting under a heat lamp for who knows how long.
I tried their Polish pizza, with tomato sauce, kielbasa, sauerkraut and three cheeses which was the best of the bunch, the sizzler with hot sausage, jalapeno peppers, chili pepper flakes, tomato sauce and three cheeses which was too hot for me, and a taco pizza which was OK.
The Common Man: upscale prices, good food
Nicely furnished atmosphere in an older building. Our waiter was excellent. The prices were too much for our budget, so we split an entree; that was perfect as we did not leave feeling "stuffed" but enjoyed the food.
In Concord, they are open for lunch and dinner year-round, and also have a Sunday Brunch.
Favorite Dish: Here are examples from the 2012 menu:
Meatball slider appetizers: $6.99
Caesar Salad $5.99
Baby Back Ribs $19.99
or Atlantic Salmon $18.99
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Red Apple Buffet: Buffet with Variety
This was a decent Japanese restaurant with good sushi. Now, they've switched their main theme to a buffet which features something for everyone. They have Japanese, Chinese, American and Italian food. The buffet seems to be mainly focused toward Chinese food, but there are plenty of exceptions. You can have your fill of a variety of pizza and/or sushi all for the same price.
The price is reasonable. It's $10 for the dinner buffet or $7 for the lunch buffet.
The tradional Japanese food they used to serve is also available separately.
The bad side of it is that like all buffets the food sits out and isn't the freshest when eaten. Even the new plates they brought out to the buffet weren't fresh. The dishes weren't bad... but you could certainly tell the difference.
The atmosphere was pleasant. A very family oriented restaurant with many small kids and large groups.
Favorite Dish: The seafood salad. It comes with a great selection of sashimi at a decent price. The taste is great; the quality of it is far better than the buffet.
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