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There’s nothing wrong with seeking out a cheaper buffet in the name of sustenance. While you won’t have the myriad choices as other buffets on the Strip, Ports o’ Call has a respectable seven live cooking stations, and some genuine hits among its dishes, like the full rotisserie chickens at the carving station, the steak tacos from the Mexican line, and fried oysters from the seafood station. Fridays are seafood night, but I think the prime rib is a better choice. Gold Coast’s buffet is clean, the food is decent, and the lines won’t be insane, and sometimes that’s all you need.