Dining Guide

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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Perusing the pavement for palate pleasing portions? Searching the solar system for savory swallows? Why not wander west to Which Wich?, the new casual sandwich shop on the corner of Dowlen at Folsom where all of your decisions are in the bag?

In fact there are so many decisions to be made about which superior sandwich to select at Which Wich? that hostesses are on hand to guide you through the process.

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Among the most payable slots in Louisiana are some winning tastes. Coushatta Casino Resort has six restaurants for hungry gamers.

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Ignite your taste buds at Boomtown BBQ, traditional Texas barbeque with a Tex Mex twist.

At the curve of Old Calder before it empties onto Phelan Boulevard, turn in at the antique Plymouth truck at 5555 Calder, and then follow the smell of smoked meats to a casual eatery with a tin-covered ceiling, order bar and self-serve seating inside or on an expansive enclosed front porch.

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Chaba Thai Bistro – Beaumont

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