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Buffet Lines Are Back Post-Pandemic

It was a no-brainer during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic that buffet lines would disappear. But even though germs are still among us, communal eating has regained its popularity. "The media called buffets zombie companies — we didn’t know we were dead,” says Lance Trenary, the chief executive of Golden Corral, whose 360 restaurants offer unlimited helpings of 150 different items for less than $20. “But we’re the comeback kids. Year to date, we’re running about 20 percent up.”

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