5904 East End Blvd. South
Marshall, TX 75670
Phone: (903) 935-1135
Fax: (903) 938-9350
The Catfish Express offers a wide range of seafood and American delicacies. Try the fried catfish, chicken fried steak and onion rings, highly recommended by regulars at this place.
Bar-B-Q Express is local no-frills eatery serving up hearty portions of soul food and barbecue favorites. Set in a residential neighborhood, it's a little out of the way, but the authentic southern comfort favorites means it has its fare share of regulars. Popular items on the menu include beef brisket sandwich, barbecue ribs and boudin. The brisket sandwich is a perfectly seasoned smoky meat sandwich dripping with sweet and savory sauce in a tasty soft bun, a must-try when stopping by at the restaurant. With a side of potatoes and greens, it makes for a satisfying meal. For any additional information, contact the restaurant.
Founded in 1927, the family-owned Neely's is an institution in itself. This barbecue joint and sandwich shop is famous throughout the United States for its signature Brown Pig Sandwich. The recipe was developed in the early 20th Century and uses hickory smoking and grinding processes in lieu of pulled pork. The meat has a unique brown color and texture, resembling that of tuna, and is impregnated with special sauces to create a sandwich like no other. Indeed, diners hailing from different states head here to sample this Marshall specialty. The prices are inexpensive, service is quick and the staff is hospitable, thus continuing Neely's legacy through generations.
This is one of Marshall's newest restaurants. Featuring great food, and friendly service. The menu has a great variety including: Italian, Cajun, sandwiches, and their famous Sensation Salads.
Full service restaurant serving breakfast and lunch daily. Open seven days a week featuring the "best breakfast around," giant baked potatoes, sinful brownies, and homemade breads. Don't forget to save room for dessert.
Located downtown across from the Jefferson Volunteer Fire Department, this restaurant offers fine Cajun dining in a soft swampi's atmosphere. Dine with friends on their fabulous gumbo, crawfish etouffe or try their famous alligator tails!
A diner-style restaurant, Kitt's Kornbread Sandwich & Pie Bar is a popular local lunch spot. Home-made corn bread and deliciously oozing pies are the speciality here. A unique variation of the regular sandwich, there are a variety of fillings to choose from. Popular favorites include the club sandwich, redneck and the BLT. Finish off your meal with one of their freshly prepared pies, featuring southern specials like the Buttermilk pie and the Chocolate pecan for a really decadent experience. You can also pre-order whole pies and cornbread to carry home with you. A nice place to stop by for a quick lunch while in the downtown area, or a nice Sunday brunch.
Since 1949 the Cace family has provided an outstanding selection of choice steak and fresh seafood.
Well-known for its East Texas-style smoked chopped beef. Now open in several locations throughout Longview! Lunch and dinner Monday - Saturday.
El Rincon has influences of West Texan style of Tex-Mex cooking. This Mexican and Tex-Mex diner is nondescript to look at but their food is anything but that. People from far off neighborhoods also throng here to taste their lovely dishes that are very affordable as well. Savor their Beef Enchilada, Tamale, Fajitas, Quesadillas, Chalupas and Burritos.
Tyler Street Bistro offers a new-age American fare that borrows flavors and sensibilities from various cuisines of the world. The charming bistro features pretty decor that's a blend of warm, rustic and elegant, which is why, the dim-lit dining room is an sophisticated yet upscale affair. The kitchen here is supported by traditional Southern-style cooking and high quality ingredients - the result of which is a sublime feast that has hints of accents from different nations such as Greece, France and Mexico, to name few. Dishes to be tried here include the local classic, shrimp and grits, ancho glazed chicken, fajita wrap and lots more.
Serving Caddo Cuisine, Catfish Dinners, Gator, Frog Legs, Caddo Gumbo or Etouffee', and more. For your Uncertain Texas and Caddo Lake souvenirs, lake maps, books and convience store needs come shop the general store. Beer, wine, frozen coolers, root beer floats, homemade cobblers and afternoon treats are a great way to cool off after a ride on the Caddo Lake Paddlewheel "Swamp Thing" Boat Tour.