Hours: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner: seven days
Home of an all-you-can-eat bulletproof buffet, Queen of the Sea is a survivor, having endured a number of relocations over the decades. In its current spot--a small storefront with just a handful of tables--it's still dishing out competent-to-subpar soul food standards from the behind the glass. I find the sides here, on average, to be better than the main dishes,particularly the greens stewed with big chunks of turkey. The cold, stark interior is offset by service sweet as pie.