Tif­fany’s Home­town Buf­fet opens

The Covington News - - LOCAL - Dar­ryl Welch dwelch@cov­news.com

The aroma of fresh home cook­ing re­turned to Emory Street Mon­day when Tif­fany’s Home­town Buf­fet opened in the space once oc­cu­pied by Thomas’ Buf­fet.

The all-you-can-eat restau­rant next to the rail­road tracks just north of High­way 278 had not been open since early July when owner Daniel Park closed it for ren­o­va­tion.

Park said the $160,000 face lift in­cluded a com­plete re­build of the kitchen and new paint, ceil­ings and floors in the re­strooms among other im­prove­ments.

Park said along with his re­turn­ing cus­tomers who have come to ex­pect all-you-caneat por­tions of good food for $8.99, he hopes to the new restau­rant will at­tract fam­i­lies with more kid friendly menu choices like chicken nuggets and mac and cheese.

There are even new soft serve ice cream and pop­corn ma­chines.

Tif­fany’s will also fea­ture all you can eat steak Fri­days and Satur­days for $9.99.

Park said the steak will be grilled “right in front of you” in a cook­ing area on the east end of the main din­ing room.

The restau­rant also honors se­nior cit­i­zens, first re­spon­ders and ac­tive and re­tired mil­i­tary mem­bers.

For those plan­ning hol­i­day par­ties, Tif­fany’s Home- town Buf­fet fea­tures seat­ing ar­eas that can be re­served for large groups in Box Cars 1 & 2.

Park said Tif­fany’s has a hard­work­ing staff that cares about their cus­tomers. And he’s com­mit­ted to giving his pa­trons qual­ity food.

“I live in Cov­ing­ton and I’m ded­i­cated to pro­vid­ing good food to its cit­i­zens,” he said, “We’re plan­ning to be here for a long time.”’

Dar­ryl Welch | The Cov­ing­ton News

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