Chuck-A-Rama is a chain of buffet restaurants based in Salt Lake City, Utah; as of October 2016, the company operates ten restaurants  in Utah and two in Idaho. Fare includes American comfort food. Main entrées include meats such as baked and fried chicken, carved turkey, ham, and roast beef, and mashed potatoes and gravy, among others. A salad bar is included with every meal and a rotating variety of soups are provided.
The company's name was devised by Bob Moss, and is a portmanteau of the word "chuckwagon" and the term "Scout-O-Rama".
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