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This All-You-Can-Eat Comfort Food Buffet in Florida is a Must-Visit

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When you’re craving delicious comfort food and you’ve got a big appetite, an all-you-can-eat buffet is exactly what you need.
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Here’s a buffet that offers everything from fresh seafood to fried chicken: Savannah's Country Buffet. Keep reading to learn more.

Located off Woodville Highway in Crawfordville, Savannah's Country Buffet has been a community staple since 1999. Today, this cozy no-frills spot is known for its delicious homestyle cooking and incredible buffet offerings.
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The buffet is open every day of the week for breakfast and lunch. For those who are willing to wake up early, you can indulge in the restaurant's infamous breakfast buffet which is known for being super affordable and satisfying complete with all the classics from biscuits and gravy to pancakes and grits.
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On Friday and Saturday nights, diners can enjoy an incredible seafood buffet. Expect all the Southern favorites like platters of snow crab legs, fried shrimp, crab cakes, and so much more.
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Meat lovers can enjoy perfectly golden brown fried chicken, ribs, and meatloaf. Everything here is made from scratch and tastes exactly like a meal you'd have at grandma's growing up.
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Whatever you do, just be sure to save some room for dessert. The sweeter options here are not to be missed and feature homemade chocolate cake, banana pudding, and peach cobbler.

Savannah's buffet prices are always subject to change but as of recently, their breakfast and lunch buffet is set at around $10 a person and their dinner buffet is set at $24. To learn more and stay up to date on all announcements and menu adjustments, be sure to check out their official Facebook page here.

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