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All-You-Can-Eat Spots in Northern New Jersey

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Sometimes the mood strikes for an all-you-can-eat meal. And if you’re going out with an indecisive bunch in New Jersey, a buffet can help satisfy everyone’s cravings. Whether you’re feeling Korean BBQ, sushi, or a breakfast buffet, just make sure you show up hungry to get the most bang for your buck. Keep reading to discover which AYCE spots in North Jersey should be on your radar.

Brazeiro Churrascaria + Rodizio | Multiple Locations


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Brazeiro Churrascaria + Rodizio is a traditional Brazilian steakhouse where waiters walk around with skewers of meat to carve tableside. The all-you-can-eat meal costs $39.50 per person and includes rotisserie meats, access to the salad bar, and hot sides like mashed potatoes and yuca fries. The restaurant has an extensive wine list plus happy hour specials which run Monday – Friday.

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Cast Iron Pot | Multiple Locations


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Cast Iron Pot is an AYCE Korean BBQ spot with two locations in North Jersey — one in Fairview and the other in Little Ferry. Both have all-you-can-eat lunch and dinner menus where kids 0-3 can eat free. Protein options include beef bulgogi, pork belly, marinated chicken, and spicy squid. Sides like japchae and fried dumplings can accompany the BBQ and the drink menu features soju and beer.

Halifax | 225 River Street, Hoboken


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Halifax is not just another hotel restaurant. This sleek eatery found in the W Hoboken is focused on sustainable and farm-fresh ingredients. A breakfast buffet is offered daily for $24 and features American classics like sesame bagels, fruit, yogurt, granola, coffee, and juice. While the breakfast buffet is great for guests, we’re really here to talk about the weekend brunch buffet. For $34 — or $12 for kids 10 and under — you can feast on mac + cheese, BBQ wings, biscuits + gravy, scones, quince, and so much more. There’s a 2-hour time limit so plan accordingly.

K-Pot Korean BBQ + Hot Pot | Multiple Locations

This all-you-can-eat chain has a few locations throughout North Jersey including an outpost in Jersey City. For $29.99 adults have 90 minutes to indulge in as many Korean BBQ or hot pot dishes as they want. For just $5 per person, you can upgrade to both Korean BBQ and hot pot. If you’ve never had hot pot, it is a traditional type of Asian cooking where meat and vegetables are simmered in a broth. It’s a fun experience for a group and you’ll have the chance to try out a ton of different menu items. Soft tofu, fish meatballs, and Kobe beef are just a few of the choices we have our eye on.

O2 BBQ | 7000 Boulevard E, Guttenberg

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O2 opened in Hudson County in 2019 after becoming a well-known staple in Queens. This all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ spot has AYCE lunch and dinner options. For dinner, it’s $37.95 per person or $ 27.95 for the veterinarian option. Meat selections include spicy pork rib, marinated chicken, and top-blade steak. There’s even free parking for restaurant guests in the Galaxy Mall garage with a validated ticket.

The Grain House | 225 Morristown Road, Basking Ridge

The Grain House is a restaurant serving American fare in an 18th-century building. It’s part of the Olde Mille Inn, a popular wedding venue in ​​Basking Ridge. This spot typically serves an a la carte weekend brunch but it typically puts on a grand brunch buffet for special events like Mother’s Day, Christmas, and even Halloween. This year’s Easter brunch buffet was $75 for adults and $30 for kids and included seasonal gourmet salads, chilled seafood, a waffle station, and a carving station. Keep an eye on Instagram for the next event. You will need to call the restaurant at 908-696-1150 to reserve your table for one of these festive buffets.

Rasoi | Jersey City, Edison, + South Brunswick

Rasoi has been a favorite for North Indian dishes for almost three decades. There’s an AYCE lunch buffet and the menu features tons of options for both vegetarians and meat-eaters. Some highlights include the aloo gobi and lamb kadai. The restaurant also has a full bar if you want to turn it into a boozy lunch.

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Sushi Palace | Multiple Locations

You can get your all-you-can-eat sushi fix at Sushi Palace for $28.95 on weekdays and $30.95 on holidays and weekends. Sushi Palace has locations in Princeton, Edison, Somerville, and Summit. The menu includes all the classics like California, shrimp tempura, and tuna avocado rolls. Everything is made fresh to order and you can keep the rolls coming until you’re stuffed.

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