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.
4.5 based on 74 reviews
My daughter and I took her two sons and two more grandsons to dinner tonite. Got seated immediately. Usually the place is very crowded on the weekends and their are a lot of people waiting. Maybe this should have cued us not to go in. The food was really bad. Catfish was dry and thin with little meat. It had been fried til it was very dark, dry and so crisp you could hardly chew it. Two people got the oysters and they also were way over cooked. Both said they were very chewy and one of the boys left the table to the restroom quickly. He came out saying he thought he had broke a tooth. Neither of them ate most of their oysters. The only thing that was decent to eat was the coleslaw and hush puppies. I had been in several weeks ago and noticed a decline in the food quality. Guess they have cut back and are not the quality place they use to be. We will NOT be going back.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
I ate lunch here. I had the rib plate with baked beans and coleslaw. I could not eat the slaw. Way to much pickles. The beans were good. The ribs were way over cooked. They fell of the bone and so dry. No moisture left in them.
4 based on 29 reviews
The ribs were not cooked low and slow but high and fast. They were dry and did not fall off the bone. You would also think that a country place like Lucedale would understand how to properly cook fried Green tomatoes. I was very disappointed in the tomatoes and the ribs.
4 based on 28 reviews
If you are in Lucedale and want a good lunch, try Aunt Jenny's, it's worth the money, plenty to eat, could use a little more seasoning. nothing fancy but good for the money. this seems to be a local place to eat.
4 based on 31 reviews
Drove about 5 miles off the main highway but worth the effort. Chicken fried steak was delicious. You do get your money's worth
4 based on 22 reviews
This place was recommended by the motel staff when asked where to go for Mexican. It was OK. Good chips and salsa. Good selections from which to choose. The chili Poblano was a little greasy. Enchiladas were OK. Sauces were OK. Wait staff was friendly.
5 based on 7 reviews
Rarely do I find a doughnut that I like more than Krispy Kreme, but this is it! Most doughnuts, in my opinion, are too airy and stale when they come from small businesses such as this one. However, the doughnuts here are the perfect amount of fluff without being too dense. We provide these for our student breakfasts once a month and I always look forward to sinking my teeth into one of these round pillows of wonderfulness.
4 based on 10 reviews
The service is usually good, food is common for Waffle House. Great tasting, served nice (i.e., not slobbing all over your plate), and can't beat it for the price. The employees need to focus a little more, but overall do a good job. Will definitely be back.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
This is probably one of the cleanest Subway's that I have ever eaten in, and having owned Subway's, I have been in a lot. Excellent service, very industrious employees too, working hard. When there were no customers in line, they were working diligently at other tasks. My seafood sandwich was sensational. Easy access to the location, in the Walmart.
4 based on 6 reviews
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!
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