Your standard buffet usually includes silver pans filled with mystery meat, chicken drowning in sauce and a bunch of store-bought dinner rolls. In other words, most buffets suck. One we could get behind, however, is this Tequila Buffet. With the idea of relaxing on the beach in the Caribbean while knocking back a few, Robert Lock crafted this liquor platter. Handcrafted from beams of wormy chestnut salvaged from dismantled barns and homes of the Appalachians, the Tequila Buffet makes for a beautiful presentation of your bottle, glasses, limes, salt and other accouterments. The buffet comes with a cutting board, salt bowls, a paring knife and a spoon so you can get bombed in style.
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