This is based on one lunch visit. Maybe I caught them on a bad day, and maybe they do better with the dinner menu than the lunch buffet. I don't plan to come back, so I'll never find out.
The buffet is advertised as containing some 50 items. At least 80% of it is a salad bar. If you remember the salad bar at Ruby Tuesday's in 2005, you know what it looks like. Other items? Two soups, garlic knots, barely-warm baked ziti, and perhaps a dozen slices of assorted pizza. Nothing exceeded "adequate". Also, I had to ask the server for a fork.
It was fairly inexpensive - $8.50 or so. But you can do so much better in Ithaca. Go there, spend 15% more, and eat 100% better.
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