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Seafood Buffet Restaurants

"nothing puts the wind in your sails like finding a great seafood buffet in Asheville, NC"


"A restaurant directory designed for and by experienced seafood buffet goer!"

Your Favorite Restaurants in Asheville, NC
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Magnolia's Raw Bar & Grille

26 E Walnut St, Asheville, NC
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Lobster Trap

35 Patton Ave, Asheville, NC
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Sadie's Seafood Pub

54 Patton Ave, Asheville, NC
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Long John Silver's

800 Biltmore Ave, Asheville, NC
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Bonefish Grill

105 River Hills Rd, Ste C, Asheville, NC
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Forest Blue

900 Hendersonville Road, Asheville, NC
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Fisherman's Quarters OF Asheville & Hendersonville

1446 Patton Ave, Asheville, NC
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Fisherman's Quarters II

1445 Patton Ave, Asheville, NC
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Long John Silver's

800 Brevard Rd, Asheville, NC

Seafood Buffet
"endless plates of seafood"
We make it easy to find your next seafood buffet dinner anywhere in the U.S. You may be looking to get into an all you can eat seafood buffet or you may be looking for a mountain of the freshest seafood. Whatever your seafood buffet experience requires, we've got the best restaurant for you! Get ready because this will be quite the treat! Oh, and don't forget your bib, seafood can be messy! Find additional resources on left like great seafood restaurant review sites and other things to do.

Why We Love Seafood Buffets
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There is nothing more American than sitting down to a great meal in a room lined with trays of endless seafood. The best seafood buffets are stocked with the freshest fish, shell fish and acompaniments. Feel free to use our site to find the best reviews and write your own for the finest seafood buffets around.

How To Cook Seafood

Seafood is a diverse genre with many preperation styles. Seafood can be prepared fried, grilled, battered, steamed, broiled or even raw! Check out AllRecipes.com for the best instructions and directions.

The most common ways to prepare seafood for a buffet are: Sesame Seared Tuna, Mussels Mariniera, Coconut Shrimp, Clam Chowder, Bodega Bay Cioppino, Oysters Rockefeller, Salmon with Dill, New Orleans Jambalaya, Fish Tacos and Ginger Scallops.

History Of The Seafood Buffet

Seafood is one of the oldest mainstays of the human diet. From Chinese to Japanese, Cajun and Latin, European and African; They all put their own unique great touch on our this favorite food.

Many restaurants claim to be the first ever seafood buffet in the U.S. While those claiming to be the biggest or the most popular can be fact checked, the oldest seafood restaurant is a title boasted by a variety of restaurants to small locally owned seaside crab shacks to multinational chain restaurants like Red Lobster. So, in our opinion, the oldest/best is the one you enjoy most when you visit your favorite coastal destination!