Well, Cape May is a buffet for openers.
It has four sides (and a separate dessert section). Side one is the shellfish/fish side. Steamed clams, mussels, shrimp and a fish of the day. There will be new potatoes and corn there too. New England clam chowder is there, plus another soup (sometimes Walt's favorite chili). Side two has carved roast beef, breads, butters, and sometimes other hot carved meat. The corner is for children but do check it out! It often has the nicest fried shrimp or chicken tenders.
Side three is a selection of many things: delicious roasted chicken, excellent ribs (not too sweet, so I'll eat them) sausages and peppers, a pasta dish, a couple of veggie dishes, and mash (and some other choices here and there). Side four is the cold section, salad makings and the like.
You know I love it for the clams and mussels, but it's a great place to take a group of folks who have a wide variety of preferences as it has something for everyone.
It's truly one of our basic Disney must do at least once places.