The Washington State Department of Health has banned diners from ordering food at a buffet without a reservation.
The ban applies to diners at five restaurants that have opened in Seattle, Tacoma, and Bremerton.
They include the popular, $25-a-plate, family-style buffet at Seattle’s Pacific Northwest Seafood Market, which has a restaurant in the city’s Central District and a second in Tacoma.
It is run by a local chef and features an array of seafood dishes including salmon with sashimi, shrimp with lobster, and chicken with sizzling shrimp.
It was founded in 2012 by David C. Anderson and his family and has a wait list of more than 10,000 people.
The restaurant’s menu includes three-course dinner and a breakfast buffet, while a lunch buffet is available daily from noon to 4 p.m.
There are many ways to order at the buffet, and diners are encouraged to order as many dishes as possible.
The limit is a maximum of one entree and one dessert.
But if diners do not get to order enough dishes to fill their stomachs, they can get a refund or a full refund.
If diners order more than they can consume, they must leave the buffet early or wait until their next visit.
The new rules also prohibit ordering food from a buffet with two or more people.
People who are ordering food alone must also reserve a table at a separate restaurant, or a separate table at the restaurant that is reserved for one person.
The buffet also prohibits guests from using phones, tablets, or laptops, and those who have cell phones will be required to wear a headcovering.
To avoid the cost of a hotel room and the cost to get your order in, guests can also buy tickets for the buffet through Amazon.com, where they can order from the menu, the prices, and other details.
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