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Grand Summit Hotel Thanksgiving Buffet - Can anybody advice on quality, etc?

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furrydad Nov 18, 2011 07:47 PM

We traditionally go to the Short Hills Hilton Thanksgiving Buffet, and it has been wonderful, but I think slipping of late. This year they are renovating the Terrace and the Dining Room, and so the buffet will be in the Grand Ballroom

I was looking around and found this Grand Summit's Thanksgiving Buffet and the menu looked quite good - but that means nothing. Has anybody done their buffet, and if so, could you give me an idea of how good it is? TIA

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The Dining Room
12 Woodport Rd Ste 1, Sparta, NJ 07871

  1. jnk Nov 19, 2011 06:27 AM

    While I've never been there for a holiday meal, I can tell you that I've been there twice. Once for one of their lobster bake dinners and once for a brunch and both were completely underwhelming.
    The brunch was pedestrian and the lobster was dried out. Sent it back and it was no better.

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      MarlboroMan Nov 19, 2011 10:13 AM

      Hey Furrydad,

      Here's another option. The Pantagis Renaissance in Scotch Plains has a Thanksgiving Buffet. I can tell you I've been there twice, although it was over 5 years ago. It was quite good. A nice selection of raw and chilled seafood on ice, great entrees and sides, and a killer dessert table (if you still have room!)

      http://www.pantagis.com/

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      Pantagis Renaissance
      Mountain Avenue Park Ave, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076

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