The Atlantic Buffet is the kind of place where, the first time you go, you just shout out to your friends in delight, "They have apple pie!" Imagine that, in the sea of a hundred or more items including: corn dogs, corn on the cob, corn soup, several kinds of soft-serve ice cream, sushi stuffed with pickled squash, sushi topped with planks of sweet fried tofu, sushi stuffed with spicy tuna, sushi resembling California rolls, steamed pork buns, steamed sweet buns, steamed plain buns, pork dumplings, wasabi shumai, fried pot stickers, thin egg rolls, puffy cream-cheese wontons, egg foo yung patties, skewers of red roast pork, a dozen beige things that are or resemble chicken nuggets, hot and sour soup, lo mein, egg drop soup, macaroni and cheese, three kinds of melon balls, two kinds of Jell-O, whole pepperoni pizzas, doughnuts, fried chicken, fried chicken wings, crab claw balls, crab legs, baked mussels, watermelon, peel-and-eat shrimp, pork chops, cake—aahh!!! Apple pie! We're back at the apple pie! Who's got the Alka Seltzer? Need we even mention that it's all you can eat for a mere $7.25 a person at lunch, discounted or free meals for kids, and $11.25 for adults during the luxe weekend dinner?