The chefs at Luby's Pub & Steakhouse coat sweet jumbo shrimp in house-made coconut batter, bake orange roughy in herb butter, and char-grill juicy burgers with onions for dinners, banquets, and custom catering. In the dining area, veal parmesan nestled on plates of angel-hair pasta shares tables with slow-roasted portions of prime rib au jus and farm-raised blackened catfish. Diners may also opt to sip cocktails on the outdoor patio during the summer months, when the sun is extra fiery.
Casual Fine Dining restaurant and full service banquet facility located in the Historic Gaylord Building. 1 of only 28 National Trust Historic Sites in the entire Country! Seasonal patio dining with dog friendly dining featuring Yappetizers.
One of the first things you notice about Tavern on La Grange is how colorful it is: hot pink and indigo lights wash walls in a neon watercolor effect, and the bottles behind the bar are backlit with red and fuchsia. Murals of art deco-style buildings and figures give the room another added pop. Pasta and steak dishes are among the menu's crowning achievements, along with the likes of lobster tail and lamb chops. People fill the restaurant's spacious, kaleidoscopic dining rooms throughout the week to take in bistro-style meals, drinks, or one of the establishment's periodic events. Those evenings are just one part of what the restaurant's owners hope makes Tavern on La Grange "a quality dining experience and community meeting place."
Live jazz music swirls throughout Flavor Restaurant on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings each week, blending with the sweet and spicy aromas of Southern breakfast and dinner specialties. The restaurant conjures made-from-scratch dishes from family recipes, and specialties include Grandma Haywood's blackened catfish and eggs, pecan-stuffed chicken, and sweet-potato pancakes with mandarin-orange butter. Breakfast triumphs over the sun on select jazz nights, when diners can conclude their evenings with menu items typically reserved for sunrise. The dessert menu punctuates meals with Southern classics including New Orleans bread pudding, and adds Southern kicks such as peach cobbler.
Grady's Grille loads tables with an eclectic dine-in menu of modernized classics inside a family-friendly neighborhood restaurant. Platters of fish or shrimp tacos ($11) satisfy taste buds idling at a delicious crossroads of seafood and mexican seasonings, and the barbecue-chicken flatbread invites a coterie of mozzarella, red onions, cilantro, and chicken breast to party hard with a crispy crust ($9). Hearty, half-pound burgers dress pretzel rolls or buns in a variety of elegant ingredients such as the Grady burger's dapper suit of blue cheese and onion strings ($9.50), and rival gangs of pasta dance through a tasty medley of spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, feta cheese, and "Beat It" on plates of penne mediterranean ($9; $12 with chicken). Polished bottles levitate on glass shelves behind the L-shaped bar where drinksmiths dole out glasses of Ocean Song pinot grigio ($7.50) and chocolate martinis ($7).