Dining Guide

Only one place in town serves fried chicken at 6 a.m. It’s Casual Entrees, a southern-style diner that is simply delicious.

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It’s all y’all can eat up at Sanderson’s Restaurant and Bar, a totally Texas-style family eatery.

This spacious, standalone establishment, located at 2095 Highway 69 N. in Nederland just minutes from Southeast Texas Regional Airport, accommodates large parties in the main dining area, plus there’s a banquet room out back that seats up to 70.

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Sit and pick a while or chow down and be on your way. Sartin’s West, the name synonymous in Southeast Texas with fresh quality seafood, offers all-you-can-eat specials for lunch (11 a.m. – 2 p.m.), as well as dinner with a wide selection of individual meals.

Located at 1990 Interstate 10 S., this locally owned restaurant is where they stack ’em high – crabs, that is.

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Have a good time and good food every night of the week at Starvin Marvin’s Bar and Grill.

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The heartiest little tea room in Texas is Two Magnolias in the Art Museum of Southeast Texas (AMSET).

We know what you’re thinking. “Tea room” means salad and quiche. And yes, Two Magnolias has an extensive selection of salads with homemade dressings and regular quiche offerings, but the restaurant and catering company also offers daily meal specials like stuffed chicken breast and chicken spaghetti; on Fridays, they serve up a plentiful buffet for the hungriest among us.

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The delicacies of the deep combined with unique seasonings of Southeast Texas make Floyd’s Cajun Seafood and Steakhouse a tradition from Louisiana to Texas.

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Hola, y’all. There are two restaurants in town that combine traditional Tex Mex and authentic Mexican cuisine in one menu.

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One of the best Po’boys in Southeast Texas can be found in one of the most unlikely of places.

Head to Port Arthur to Gulfway Drive. Go one block past Ninth Avenue across from the old Sabine bank to Amuny’s Liquor & Deli.

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Tucked into Beaumont’s West End is a restaurant offering the best of two worlds complemented by fine food.

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At Pine Tree Lodge, order the Whole Cat; it comes with a side of culture.

The Miller family has been serving delicious foods, including award winning fried catfish, at their waterfront location since 1984. Rebuilt after Hurricane Ike, Pine Tree Lodge offers Gulf Coast comfort foods in an atmosphere combining Southeast Texas hospitality and Cajun bayou customs.

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