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05/09/2015
By: David C.
Street Breads
Hands down the best sandwiches in lake Charles. They have awesome ingredients, and everything is made fresh. You can't go wrong with this place. It has a sandwich for any palate. They also have an amazing vegetarian menu. Why have fast food when you can have a sandwich, that is as fresh as can be, chips, and a drink for the same price. Yall need to be street smart and go to street breads.
01/03/2016
By: C B.
Pg's Diner
The food & service is terrible. I tried this place out 2 times & was so unsatisfied. I don't know why the food at the one in Iowa,La tasted so much better than the one's in Lake Charles. I did at least get better service then I did from the Pitt Grill on Prien Lake Rd.
06/09/2017
By: Mary S.
Http://Www.innerblissbydee.com/
Very friendly and always treats me as part of their customer "family"! I love their new location at 780 Bayou Pines E Drive, Lake Charles, La Love the body wraps and massages! Their holistic Mlis Products are fantistic!
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06/20/2015
By: Cle' C.
Pitt Grill
No seasoning on the buffet food. Actually, got a piece of the chicken from the buffet that was still bloody. The place was basically horrible!
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06/20/2015
By: Cle' C.
O'Charley’s Restaurant & Bar
Not busy at brunch-time. Asked for water; had it dumped. Our order was screwed up & only wanted a side dressing.
04/26/2014
By: crystasiac
Chili's Grill & Bar
Some of the food was cold and they messed up my drink order.....one waitress had a very nasty attitude.
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09/06/2011
By: mschaunda
Pitt Grill
I love the food here and the prices are very reasonable to the portion of your meal.
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12/27/2014
By: Andrae W.
Relaxation and Healing Center
They're the best at what they do. No one is better or more professional.
Tips & Advices
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