What’s up with this “all you can eat” mega buffet just off I-25?

Seriously, I am intrigued.

Earlier this week a friend and I decided we were going to take a trip to Denver for some shopping and a bite to eat.

I picked it up in Windsor, we got on I-25 and had been driving for about – about – 40 minutes when suddenly a huge eye sore from a building caught both of our eyes.

Initially all I had seen were words on the warehouse-sized building that read “all you can eat” and “Italian”. At this precise moment, the combo amazes me; I’ve never heard of a Italian “self-serve buffet.

At this point, I needed to know more. I’m constantly on the lookout for new places to eat in Colorado and this rings right in my alley (and almost too good to be true).

Since driving I appointed my friend sitting in the passenger seat to start the (minimal) research I knew we needed to do to figure out what this place was.

Within seconds we had our answer – Cinzzetti.

A quick Google search not only revealed that Cinzzetti is, in fact, a all you can eat, Italian buffet, but it also seems to be a popular staple among the Coloradans in our area.

With over 5,000 reviews and an average rating of 4.3 stars, this place looks pretty promising.

And you don’t have to take my word for it – the most recent review on Cinzzetti was written only a week ago:

“Everything from the atmosphere and ambiance to the staff and the service was fantastic. However, the food completely won me over. They also offer plenty of options for those of us who are vegetarians and love them. Plants. This is by far the best Italian buffet in the US and one of my favorite restaurants in the Denver area. Technically this restaurant is in Northglenn, but very close to Denver. “

Cinzzetti’s offers an experience that truly sounds as unique as the restaurant itself:

“Guests enter an authentic Tuscan village centered around a cobbled plaza with over 60 authentic Italian dishes prepared at fourteen specialty cooking stations – all at a great price.”

Pasta, pizzas, salads, desserts – need I say more?

Cinzzetti’s All-You-Can-Eat Italian Feast, located just west of I-25 at 281 W 104th Ave. in Northglenn, is open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week, and for brunch on weekends.

In addition, the restaurant can host large parties by reservation.

For more information on Cinzzetti’s, you can visit their website here.

I think at this point I have gathered all the knowledge and confirmation I need – I will try this place. Who is coming with me?

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