Find out what American restaurants to try in Leesville. Leesville is a city and the parish seat of Vernon Parish, Louisiana, United States. The population was 6,612 at the 2010 United States Census. It is part of the Fort Polk South Micropolitan Statistical Area and is additionally served by the Leesville Airport. The city is home to the Fort Polk U.S. Army installation. The populations of Fort Polk and Leesville, if combined, would result in a city with a population of more than 20,000. Kolkata, India is the official sister city of Leesville.
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Before this place changed ownership, they had a nice little restaurant and interesting merchandise. I stopped by on every visit to buy some of their interesting hot sauces. Now, it is just a gas station and convenience store. No different from 50 other gas stops in town.
Arby's is a leading global quick-service restaurant company operating and franchising over 3,400 restaurants worldwide. Arby's was the first nationally franchised, coast-to-coast sandwich chain and has been serving fresh, craveable meals since it opened i
The service was good and the food was pretty good. There was nothing spectacular about the meal except...the fries were cold. I hate cold fries. Ya gotta love that Arby's sauce
Leesville is one of the few places not infested with Starbucks on every corner, thank God. The coffee is good but the atmosphere is dark, bar like. The parking lot was good. A lot of drive up customers. And it's connected to Sam's burger's. Gets busy around lunch time.
4 based on 50 reviews
Over 4.5 million eggs served at our family owned/operated diner since 1973! Come in and have a cup of coffee and listen to stories of ole' at our counter with the old-timers, or grab a booth with family/friends and share a great meal! Try Mattie's homemad
This is the ideal place, a friendly wait staff where everyone remembers your name with a sincere smile and warm hug. Best breakfast in the state of Louisiana. Sunshine Frusha and the Lions Camp counselors weekly Saturday crew!!!
Great place for soup and a sandwich, or a home-cooked meal. First visit was on a Sunday, so I had the chance to try their plate lunch. Sunday special, different meal weekly, full plate lunch that day of beef tips, mashed potatoes and gravy, fried okra, corn and corn bread. Beef was beyond tender, and everything was simply a fine meal. Second visit was with the wife and we both did a soup/sandwich lunch. Potato soup did indeed taste homemade, and the sandwiches were simple but good and of a good size. There's nothing here that will blow you away, but everything seems pretty fresh and/or homemade, and the food is good. No complaints to be made, and great southern hospitality.
3 based on 207 reviews
Price is a bit higher than you'd expect for the location but it's a good place. If counting Yuengling, there are 11 craft options on tap. That's not expected here from my.brief experience. Additionally, the bartender actually knew about the types of beers and could tell you something about each one. That's something even in cities where places chasing the craft market often fall short. Val is a good asset for the business. Steak was very good. If anything slightly less cooked than order (more rare than mid rare) but if you are missing temp it's always better to undershoot. Rolls are delicious and on par with your chain steakhouse bread of choice. Worth repeat visits
4 based on 48 reviews
Nice place to have a good lunch or dinner. Food is very good and the young people that work there are quite pleasant.
4 based on 134 reviews
Fresh smoked BBQ meats daily, Sports Bar, 17 TVs with Big Screen, Shows All Major Sporting Events, Party Room, Kid & Family Friendly
the food and atmosphere was great. had the fried catfish and it was good. my husband had a bbq sandwich, which was great, also. it has plenty of tvs, so sports fans can keep up with the games, or races. they serve liquor, bur it was a nice place to take all ages. the manager and staff were friendly and attentive. they have another location, in alexandria, la. visit either. they are worth it
4 based on 125 reviews
Picked up a to go order, but would have rather ate there. Part of the charm, in my opinion, comes from the converted gas station atmosphere. Burgers were good. Loved the topping options. Basically like a distant small town country cousin to Five Guys with the unlimited toppings options. Got a fatboy, but was almost too much. Meat didn't seem overly flavorfull, so a skinny would have been the better choice with my toppings. Fries were definately not like Five Guys. Not bad, but nothing spectacular either. Cajun version had small amount of seasoning put on them. Didn't really taste much of a difference. All in all a pretty good meal.
4 based on 142 reviews
It is a new restaurant in Leesville, that has great home cooked food!!!
We went to the Mustard Seed recently to meet family before an outing. I choose this restaurant because geographically we wanted somewhere in Leesville and it was the the #1 rated restaurant in Leesville on Trip Advisor. It seemed like a good place to meet up. First impression was that we had the wrong place. Is this really even in Leesville? The restaurant sign shows clear Phillip Morris influence (it looks like they just blew up a pack of Marlboro Reds). The restaurant itself shows the potential new life for defunct 7-11âs. Inside was a strong Christian theme. Moving past that, the place was great. It has a strong family restaurant vibe. The wait staff were attentive and adorable. The food was good, simple fare. Large portions and good prices. I can see the appeal, and we might even come back if in the area. Warning: limited hours. 11-3 Monday to Thursday, 3-8 Friday and Saturday. Closed on Sunday.
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