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When is ALL YOU CAN EAT "all you can eat"?
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Posted 10/6/12

Khaltazar wrote:


wolfsaiga wrote:

its in one sitting, there are people who are broke goes in and rotate eating all day. while they spend time talking all they want while someone eats. honestly buffet places usually range would usually aim for under eaters. they don't have the right to ban them like that, unless law give them power to do so.


They can refuse anyone's business for any reason. They can also kick you out if they don't like you. Example someone who runs a coffee shop kicked a cop out because he doesn't like cops, nothing they can do to him because they know it's his business.


It's called the right to refuse service. And so long as that refusal cannot be proven discriminatory, it normally withstands legal challenge. As a restaurant manager, I've invoked it; as a police officer, I've explained to disappointed/angry customers that, yes, they can throw you out. . .
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I think this is when: http://youtu.be/AsMYwMJd5MQ
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moonhawk81 wrote:


Khaltazar wrote:


wolfsaiga wrote:

its in one sitting, there are people who are broke goes in and rotate eating all day. while they spend time talking all they want while someone eats. honestly buffet places usually range would usually aim for under eaters. they don't have the right to ban them like that, unless law give them power to do so.


They can refuse anyone's business for any reason. They can also kick you out if they don't like you. Example someone who runs a coffee shop kicked a cop out because he doesn't like cops, nothing they can do to him because they know it's his business.


It's called the right to refuse service. And so long as that refusal cannot be proven discriminatory, it normally withstands legal challenge. As a restaurant manager, I've invoked it; as a police officer, I've explained to disappointed/angry customers that, yes, they can throw you out. . .


I know, that is what I said.
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I honestly only really go to Japanese sushi/sashimi buffets since I fiend for that stuff. Pay around $20-$25 for dinner on the weekends.

You don't have to eat a lot to make it worth your money, and you can watch them slice the fish and make the food in front of you.
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Posted 10/6/12
once you hit that "DANGER! FULL CAPACITY REACHED!" stage lol
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sushipath wrote:

(Incidentally, we've a lot of all-you-can-eat sushi places here in Reno, and they're not bad at all-- some are quite good in fact. In all the places I've been, there are up-front rules in place about eating the rice with the fish (AYCE sashimi can be had also, but for a higher price), AND there's a time limit, typically one hour. I've never had a problem being satisfied, indeed overly stuffed, within one hour.)


Man Reno is like my second home! It has been like 2-3 years since I've gone there. I forgot the name of the place where I've had all you can eat sushi (a chines food place that's off of the highway that runs north/south not the 80). I ate till I was full (of course it was rolls and nigiri).
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A lot of it depends on the place. I've been kicked out of a buffet before after 1.5 hours (with a group of 12 for eating too much) yet stayed at one for 6 hours simply eating, relaxing, eating, relaxing (trying to gain weight back) and never had anyone complain. Some places get upset, some don't.
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