Located in Utah and Idaho, Chuck-A-Rama is all about the home style buffet. The name comes from combining the words Chuckwagon (a portable kitchen with wheels), and Scout-A-Rama (a Boy Scouts of America celebration). With the first Chuck-A-Rama opening in 1966, they have been providing quality foods to their customers for decades.
Even though Chuck-A-Rama does not offer a breakfast buffet, there are so many offerings, you won’t ever miss eating pancakes. Each day of the week has a special theme at Chuck-A-Rama. Check their website to learn about daily offerings and to read about customers’ favorite food on the extensive buffet.
Chuck-A-Rama’s Breakfast Hours & Days
- Monday – Saturday: 11 AM – 9 PM
- Sunday: 11 AM – 8 PM
Chuck-A-Rama’s Breakfast Menu Items
Chuck-A-Rama has items that are served every day of the week. These foods are categorized into one of these categories: homemade salads, salad bar, bakery items, desserts, hot food bar, or soups. Each day of the week, a special menu is featured. Whether you dine at Chuck-A-Rama on Mexican Day or Italian Day, you will be sure to go home full!
Prices are determined by the day of the week, the time of day, and by the age of the customer. Are you 60 years or older? Ask for your 15% senior discount!
Lunch Buffet, Monday – Friday: $10.99
Lunch Buffet, Saturday – Sunday: $11.99
Dinner Buffet, Monday – Thursday: $13.99
Dinner Buffet, Friday-Sunday: $14.99
Children ages 4-12: Price determined by the age of the child.
Chuck-A-Rama’s Most Popular Breakfast Foods
International Day: Mondays are International Day at Chuck-A-Rama. Menu items unique to that day include Chicken Fried Steak, Country Style Gravies, Swedish Meatballs, Chuckwagon Baked Beans, and Chicken Tenders.
Mexican Day: Thursdays are Mexican Day. Chuck-A-Rama’s buffet adds Chicken Enchiladas, Pork Burritos, Chile Verde, Spanish Rice, and a Taco Bar. Don’t forget to check out the Salad Bar too!
Italian Day: Do you love pasta? Come to Chuck-A-Rama on Saturday to enjoy Lasagne, Manicotti, Pasta Alfredo, Garlic Bread, and Spaghetti and Meatballs. Yum yum!
Family Dinner Day: Give Grandma the day off from cooking and bring the whole family to Chuck-A-Rama on Sunday. Sunday’s feature Roast Beef, Ham, Chicken Tenders, Turkey and Dressing, Sour Cream Potatoes, Beef Stroganoff, and a Baked Potato Bar. What a great way to end the week!