Locals love this all-you-can-eat, as it was one of the first to offer a truly global dining experience (that went beyond the standard Italian, Chinese and American at other buffets), plus they loved the Village Seafood Buffet, which offered the best catches from the Pacific Rim, Mediterranean and Baja. Only recently did they consolidate the two into one mega buffet. The food court setting allows diners to navigate between the various cuisines—the meat-laden Brazilian grill, and the Japanese teppanyaki station serve up just some of the more than 300 other dishes on offer. On top of those are more than 70 desserts at the finish, with almost a dozen gelato flavors, pies, and cakes, all made on-site just for this restaurant.