Where to eat Seafood food in Marksville: The Best Restaurants and Bars

December 15, 2019 Carley Gatson

Reviews on Seafood food in Marksville, Louisiana, United States. Marksville is a small city in and the parish seat of Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana, United States. The population was 5,702 at the 2010 census, an increase of 165 over the 2000 tabulation of 5,537.
Things to do in Marksville

1. Broken Wheel Brewery

109 Tunica Dr E, Marksville, LA 71351-3005 American, Bar, Seafood, Pub Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Seating, Television, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Reservations, Table Service [email protected] +1 318-253-6543 http://brokenwheelbrew.com/bistreaux
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4 based on 72 reviews

Broken Wheel Brewery

Broken Wheel Brewery (formally known as Fresh Catch Bistreaux) is a full service sit-down restaurant specializing in the best of Louisiana cuisine, and a full bar is available with a variety of hand-crafted house brews, as well as a beautiful outdoor seat

Reviewed By Mike B

Our group was in Marksville for a workshop at the Paragon casino and we came here one day after field work. We ended up eating with a relatively large group of about 10 or 12 people and the waitress was more than likely quite stressed about handling each separate bill. We ended up waiting quite some time for our bills, however, like I said before this long wait was justified. I got a blonde ale ($2 during happy hour) and a black and bleu burger which was great. One of the people in my group kept coming back here everyday since with others in the workshop because she enjoyed the restaurant so much.

Most Popular American food in Marksville, Louisiana, United States

2. Clay's Patio & Grill

228 Dawa St, Marksville, LA 71351-3057 Barbecue, Seafood Lunch, Dinner Seating, Wheelchair Accessible +1 318-253-7771 http://www.facebook.com/claysparioandgrill
Clay's Patio & Grill

Reviewed By deborahmC7778EM

We were passing through Marksville and saw it sitting there back off the road...had the chopped beef poboy to go...sauce was sweet and very good... my husband had the slices beef poboy...generous with their meat and the seasoned fries were hot and good...The desserts looked good..so did the ice cream...but we ran out of room!!! I tasted the sausage...just the right spice...will go back again!

Where to Eat in Marksville: The Best Restaurants and Bars

3. Pork Belly’s Bar & Grill

523 Tunica Dr W, Marksville, LA 71351-2628 Steakhouse, Seafood Lunch, Dinner +1 318-240-0000 https://www.facebook.com/Laporkbellys/
Pork Belly’s Bar & Grill

Reviewed By 412christinac

Heard different reviews about this local restaurant. I highly recommend it. Had the catfish Avoyelles. Perfectly fried catfish (3large) pieces with rice and a well seasoned crawfish bisque on top. Very filling and worth the price.

4. Big Daddy E's Oyster Bar and Restaurant

Paragon Casino Resort 711 Paragon Place, Marksville, LA American, Bar, Seafood Dinner Seating, Serves Alcohol, Takeout, Television, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service [email protected] +1 318-253-1946 http://www.paragoncasinoresort.com/Home/Dining.aspx
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3 based on 52 reviews

Big Daddy E's Oyster Bar and Restaurant

Located within the Paragon Casino Resort

Reviewed By DeborahH264

The seafood lasagne special is what drew us in the door, but we were initially told they were "out", but came back and said "they made more". Our birthday girl ordered that and a mango cocktail. It was tasty, but she at one point commented "Oh there's a shrimp!" as though there weren't many. She also mentioned there wasn't much alcohol in her drink, and that the glass was mostly full of whip creme.My daughter ordered the frogs legs, which were large and quite tasty! The best pick of our table! The accompanying cole slaw, however, tasted like a bowl of mayonaise with cabbage in it.I had the corn soup with gator and sausage over rice. It was a little spicy, which overpowered the rest of the flavours. There was very little gator and sausage, and the rice was still hard.It was kind of a fun spot, but I'm not sure I would go back unless we were looking for something open late again.

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