Tunica Buffet Tour: The Buffet at Resorts Casino and The Riverview Buffet at the Fitz

 Tunica Buffet Tour: The Buffet at Resorts Casino and The Riverview Buffet at the Fitz

The Buffet at Resorts Casino Tunica

Simply called “The Buffet” at Resorts Casino Tunica, it’s just the right size for you to drop in, recharge and get back to the gaming! But don’t let the size of the place fool you. When you walk in, you’ll think to yourself, “This is gonna be easy!” But, the Buffet at Resorts Casino Tunica proves that great things come in small packages… lots and lots of great things. You’ll be left wondering where you will put it all.

From fried chicken and catfish to grilled pork chops, this buffet packs a powerful punch. The sides are just as exciting as the main dishes, so you don’t wanna pass on the greens or candied yams. I love the Swedish meatballs, and so will you. I’m a big fan of mac and cheese, so whenever it’s on any menu, I usually give it a try. If you go from one side of this buffet to the other without trying the mac and cheese, you are truly cheating yourself.

Things to consider…

The Swedish meatballs go well with the mashed potatoes. That combination will make your heart sing.


The Dessert Factor

I’m convinced that some of the greatest sweets and dessert creations are manufactured right here in Tunica! If you just so happen to find yourself at The Buffet at Resorts Casino Tunica, you have got to try the peanut-butter brownie. Trust me, you cannot eat these things with your eyes open.

The Buffet at Resorts has a special breakfast buffet, and then the menu switches over to lunch and dinner. For hours, check out its TunicaTravel.com page.

The Riverview Buffet at Fitz Casino

Before you walk into the Riverview Buffet at the Fitz Casino, just ask yourself, “what are you in the mood for?” Then, walk in and discover they have already answered that question for you. You’re sure to ask yourself, “how did they know that?” Referred to as “Tunica’s Tastiest Live Buffet,” it is nothing short of non-stop action when it comes to variety.

Speaking of variety, there’s an Oriental bar that has some of the greatest eggrolls around. Then, there’s your traditional buffet fare such as mac and cheese, fried chicken and vegetables, as well as your steaks, sausages and ribs for the “meat lover” in you! However, two of the best times to visit are Friday and Saturday nights, when they showcase all-you-can-eat crab legs. And you can’t go wrong when you wash it all down with a little homestyle iced tea.


The Dessert Factor

The Riverview Buffet has one of the widest selections in town when it comes to desserts. There’s a seemingly never-ending supply. From cake (chocolate, lemon and more) to pie (apple, cherry and blueberry) to pudding, it’s all here. If its chocolate cake you’re in the mood for or just a slice of good old American apple pie, you’re in luck. And if you’d like to add a little ice cream to that, go ahead… you only live once!

The Riverview Buffet is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner everyday of the week. It also offers a special steak night and sugar-free dessert options. For more information, visit Riverview Buffet’s page on TunicaTravel.com.

Myron Mays is a Memphis-based entertainment writer and radio personality. Find out more about him at WhatsHappeningMyron.com and on FacebookYouTube and Twitter.

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