This is one buffet that it is easy to over fill your plate, and still have not tried everything that is on the serving line. The quality of the food runs A to B-, but nothing stays on the buffet line for long. I do not have enough time to describe every item, but I can try to do the areas of interest. Starting at the East end there is a salad bar, then coming to home cooked food such as potatoes, Mac and Cheese, hot dogs, hamburgers, fried and grilled chicken, things for kids (small biscuits). Then you start getting into different areas such Chinese Food, Mexican Food, a Bar, then more American food, Bar B Q, corn on the cob, the Cutting Station with Prime-Rib, ham, turkey, and some other meat. After that one starts getting into the fish and seafood such as crabs and shrimp, etc. As the end gets closer, one will see Italian foods, pizza, and more breads. The desserts are in a different area across from the Cutting Station. The desserts are fair with a good variety of RIO's own made Gelato (ice cream) favors. Usually, coconut and banana pie, chocolate cake, and mixed cookies. I have never seen anybody leave the buffer still hungry. The buffet opens at 11 am and at that time they will fix omelets for you down by the seafood and Italian Sections. Also, the price is less if one eats earlier in the day. There is also a 24 hour buffet deal.
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