8 Fascinating Things Everyone Should Know About Golden Corral

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The Golden Corral is not just a restaurant, it’s a lifestyle. Founded in the great state of North Carolina back in 1973 this restaurant chain has a cult-like following and features an out of this world all-you-can-eat buffet! By 1987 Golden Corral had 500 locations all around the country and were making people wild for their signature chocolate fountain. Now for the tasty tidbits promised… 8 fascinating facts YOU should know about Golden Corral.

1. Golden Corral Loves Kids!

kids at camp
Hanging Out At Golden Corral | Offutt Air Force Base

Monday through Thursday nights, you can bring your kids in and they eat for really cheap. If you have a child under three, they always eat for free! Plus, because they have so many different food options, even the pickiest of eaters will find something they love.

2. Best Breakfast Buffet

Breakfast Buffet at Corral | Facebook

On weekends, try their breakfast buffet. Think omelets, cook to order eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage, waffles, cinnamon rolls, fruit and much more. You can get all you want for less than $9. It’s great for the whole family on a Saturday or Sunday morning!

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3. Chocolate Fountain… Need we say more?

chocolate fountain
Golden Corral’s Chocolate Fountain | Wikimedia Commons

The dessert buffet is out of this world. Not only can you get freshly spun cotton candy, but you can also dip plenty of treats in their signature chocolate fountain. Some locations even have a triple fountain which includes chocolate, white chocolate, and caramel sauce.

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