Find out what American restaurants to try in Lucedale. Lucedale (pronounced "loose-dale" /ˈluːsdeɪl/) is a city in George County, Mississippi, United States. It is part of the Pascagoula, Mississippi Metropolitan Statistical Area. Lucedale was founded in 1901 when Governor A.H. Longino signed his name and his seal to the proclamation. It was named after its founder, Gregory N. Luce, who operated a lumber business there. The population was 2,923 at the 2010 census, up from 2,458 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of George County.
Woke up hungry and craving a quick and tasty, breakfast place near you? From fluffy, hand-rolled Made From Scratchâ¢ Biscuitsâ¢ to crispy bacon on our classic breakfast platter to breakfast favorites that you can't get anywhere elseâ¦Hardee'sÂ® serves food ju
Giving this 2 stars, simply because the employees usually have an attitude, and lunch/dinner is a MISTAKE. This place is only good for breakfast, which is completely excellent. Lunch/Dinner, however, is disgusting, to say the least. The burgers are rarely ever cooked thoroughly, and are most times still cold on the inside. Chicken is usually over-cooked. I've been to several other Hardee's throughout the South and have never been to one as sorry as this when it comes to lunch/dinner. Corporate needs to come in, evaluate, and train the how to run it and how to cook the food properly.
I was in the mood for steak so I thought I'd give the Chuck Wagon restaurant in Lucedale Mississippi a try. I arrived there at 6:30 p.m. The place was closed the sign on the door for the hours at 11 to 2 but that didn't say where there was a more p.m. for closing. not sure what their place is still in business or not.
Went here because we have driven by it a few times and decided to try it tonight. The front door was wide enough for my husbands wheelchair to fit through and the dining area more than accommodated his chair. We got there about an hour before they were to close, but they treated us as though we arrived earlier than that. We were not rushed through our meal. My husband had to use the restroom during our visit and was pleasently surprised that they accommodated his chair very well and was able to use the restroom without having to fight with his chair. They brought us hush puppies with cheese dipping sauce, biscuits and coleslaw upon taking our drink order. They have a wide variety of items on the menu, not just fish I ordered the all you can eat shrimp special and my husband ordered the all you can eat catfish. The food was great and we really enjoyed it. The atmosphere and the food definitely make this a place to come back and visit.
For a walk-up restaurant, you get way more than you expect. The baked beans are the best I've ever had, hands-down. I've had the shrimp po-boy and couldn't finish all the shrimp, it is LOADED. Service was a little slow, and they were pretty slow taking my order, but the food was worth the wait. One problem I've had is that their sign says they're open Tuesday-Friday from 11-8, and Saturday from 1-8. A few months ago, I went there on a Thursday close to 12pm and there was someone there, but the windows weren't opened. I recently went back this past Saturday (2/21/15) at 7:15pm, and they already had the closed sign up. Really displeased with this. I worked at the restaurant when it was ran under a different name and different management, and even if we were slow we stayed open until our posted closing time. The best thing about Peaches is the food!
4 based on 32 reviews
Stopped by on a Sunday afternoon, just before closing, made a special detour from US 98 on the way from Jackson to Mobile, based on TA reviews. I had the BBQ chicken, which was quite good, but my wifeâs pork was dry and sick-looking. As they say, the worse a place looks, the better the BBQ, but this seems to be an exception. Maybe on weekdays when theyâre busy . . . . I guess Iâll never find out.
4 based on 37 reviews
Very good buffet. Good ole country food to sooth your soul. Nice staff very friendly. Make this a place to stop for lunch. Only open 11 to 2 every day except Saturday. Sunday they have ham. Love the dressing plus all the vegetables. Good meat choices desserts don't miss the bread pudding awsome.
4 based on 44 reviews
My husband and I shared the onion ring tower and the shrimp poboy. Both were excellent. Service was a little slow but everything was fresh which I donât mind waiting for. Waitress was very friendly and brought drink refills promptly. The only reason I didnât give 5 stars was because we requested the onion rings and sandwich be served together and the rings were served as an appetizer. It was okay though since they were hot and fresh. Very good.
4 based on 59 reviews
We just love this place...all my out of town relatives ask to come back here each time they visit...the wings are personal my favorite!!
4 based on 90 reviews
Ate at Rocky Creek Catfish Cottage Fri, 8/3/2018 around 3:45pm. Our cost before tip: $31.99 which we thought was great value and we left full and satisfied.Note that this Certificate of Excellence restaurant is only open Thu, Fri, Sat. Reviews show that even though it is larger than most eateries, it fills up pretty fast on those days. We got there very early and found it was half full. By the time we left about 80% of the tables were full. Noise level was average.Restaurant is about 2 miles off the main highway in a very rural area. It is well marked and can't be missed. Parking was abundant both when we arrived and left. As you enter, you'll think you're in a Cracker Barrel. Entry door type looks the same and there is a gift shop that you walk through to get to the seating area. It was self seating when we visited them, but process likely changes as the place fills up. There are old household artifacts hanging on the wall (just like Cracker Barrel). Our server was there quickly and asked if we wanted to see a menu. Wife did. It was obvious that we were the only non-locals dining at that time. Amazing how quickly our drinks, hush puppies and cole slaw arrived. Really liked the hush puppies with cheese. Service was fantastic throughout the meal.I had the Seafood Platter with a whole catfish, oysters, shrimp, clam strips, crab cake, fries, hush puppies, slaw, tea. Unfortunately, alcohol is not serverd here. Wife had 4 whole on-bone catfish with fries and tea. Portions were good sized and plating was traditional with real silverware and plastic ice tea glasses. Plenty of napkins available at the table. Both meals were well prepared and good but not exceptional. Attentive service and value are reasons to give it a try.
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