Buffet noun bu-fA 1. a counter for refreshments 2. a restaurant operated as a public convenience (as in a railway station) 3. a meal set out on a buffet or table for ready access and informal service

Who's talking while I'm eating?

If you have a luncheon speaker, set buffet tables far to the side or on the opposite end from the speaker's area. This way, diners won't be disruptive.

No juggling necessary

One plate per guest should be enough for

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