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Good time for Studio B on a Friday?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Yall, Dec 13, 2016.

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  1. Yall

    Yall Low-Roller

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    So in Friday we're going with some local friends to check out the Studio B Seafood Buffet at the M Resort.

    We were contemplating doing a late breakfast, skipping lunch and then heading to the M.

    I've heard that the lines can be a bit long and was curious if any of you had advice on the best time to go. I believe they open at 2:30 and we aren't opposed to going that early, but I was thinking there may be an initial rush and then perhaps a lull around 3-3:00.

    Any recommendations? Thanks!
     
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    ardee It's only money.

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    Hi Yall.
    Folks generally get in a long line before Studio B even opens on seafood days.
    Even if you get there right at 2:30pm, prepare to be in the cue for about 30-40 minutes or more.
    It's popular among the locals and casino regulars and they tend to stay and take their
    time on seafood days so as to get more bang for their buck. Turnaround time for tables takes
    a bit longer because of this.
     
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    The last time I was there it was $39 for the Friday seafood buffet. That's pricey IMHO for a locals casino.
     
  4. Yall

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    I'm told it's worth the price when you factor in the quality and the fact that beer and wine are included.

    If we do end up going I'll be sure to provide some feedback!
     
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