After just missing them at closing by a half hour after seeing the billboard boasting "The Pie Capital of Louisiana," we actually drove three hours back to them a couple days later.
While the service was great and the little shopping area was fun to look at, the quality of the food wasn't up to scratch. We ordered their daily special and a ham & cheese sandwhich to split between us.
The daily special of roast beef, green beans, corn, and rice dressing were incredibly bland. Usually, I'm a dressing glutton, but I only ate a few bites before throwing in the towel.
If you go, I would definitely recommend the sandwhich. The ham was fresh, and the bun was toasted, and it was pretty good. Though over $7 for a sandwhich without any chips or sides seemed a bit on the high end to me.
We got two pies, blueberry with ice cream, and lemon. They were both good, but not exceptional, and while my companion wasn't bothered, I found the consistency of the lemon pie unusual, sort of bubbly, and I didn't eat more than two bites.
In the end, I'm happy to have tried them, if only for the historical quality of the restaurant, but it wasn't really worth the drive, and I'd only go back for dessert if I happened to be in the area.
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