Philadelphia, PA 19106215-413-1951www.daveandbusters.com Reading Terminal Market If you'd like to give your large group a full range of options, and stop by a great staple of the city, visit Reading Terminal Market to feed your crew.
If you're having trouble deciding what you'd like to order, try the Pub Sampler, which features a little bit of everything.
If you'd like to extend the hands-on experience into the dinner hour, check out the list of following restaurants serving fondue within driving (or possibly biking, or even sailing) distance of Annapolis.
The prices are a bit higher than what you'd expect to pay at an average burger joint...but then again, these aren't your average burgers.
If you'd prefer to get your dinner to go, you can forgo the buffet and order from the takeout menu instead.38 Main St.
It does not, as yet, seem to be available outside West Virginia, however; so if you'd like to try it yourself, your best bet is to plan a trip to Williamstown.215 Highland Ave.
If you'd like to dine in a truly Bavarian atmosphere when visiting the restaurant, ask to be seated in the Hunt Room, which features a huge stone fireplace and antler chandeliers.
You'd have to eat here a number of times to appreciate how good their full menu is.
Wear shorts if you'd like, and dine in or take out.
China King Buffet features the fare you'd expect at a small town Chinese buffet, but at a higher quality.
Westfalen Hof features food cooked the way you'd expect to find in Germany.
Taka has established a reputation for sublime decor, service, and food, all in an atmosphere you'd associate with a great metropolitan city, rather than the Jersey shore.
Sandwiches are one of the more popular choices, and you can opt for your food to go if you'd like to take it home with you.