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Where to Eat - Diners
  Belle's Ole South Diner 
4624 Cypress Street, West Monroe
A working man's diner with options like hamburger steak, beef tips and rice, catfish and pork chops.
  Hollywood Snack Bar 
1810 Bernstein Park Drive, Monroe
Located on your way to the Zoo, stop in for some home-style cooking with a creole flair.
  Jo-el's CafĂ© 
2500 North 7th Street, West Monroe
Located in the bottom floor of the Richland State Bank Building, Jo-el is serving up fresh salads, sandwiches and desserts daily, with a few sides of "y'all" mixed in for fun.
  K-Rady Donut & Cafe 
1101 Cypress St, West Monroe
  Kayla's Kitchen 
311 Wood Street, West Monroe
Nestled in historic Antique Alley, this mother-daughter duo cooks up daily plate lunch specials, dessert and tea included.
  Lea's of Lecompte 
319 Louisville Avenue, Monroe
Family-owned and famous for home-made pies, like chocolate, coconut, and lemon meringue.
  Magic Grill 
4331 Sterlington Road, Monroe
Try a Magical Po-Boys with a choice of roast beef, ham, fish, turkey, ribeye, shrimp, philly or hamburger, along with a cup of their famous gravy and fresh cut fries.
  Magic Grill 
3095 Arkansas Road, West Monroe
Try their Mr.
  Melvyn's Restaurant 
1128 Oliver Road, Monroe
You'll feel like a local in this hometown hangout, famous for award-winning, charbroiled, hand-patted burgers and hamburger steaks stuffed with cheese and onions.
  Not Just Pie 
2117 Forsythe Avenue, Monroe
Southern Living Magazine calls this eatery "a diner's delight" where one can get "hypno-pied" by a variety of fresh pies like banana caramel, coconut and chocolate all topped with whipped cream and meringue.
  Patsy's Big Top Restaurant & Lounge 
2055 Old Natchitoches Road, West Monroe
An all-you-can-eat country buffet and delicious homestyle hamburgers!
  Ray's PeGe 
8209 DeSiard Street, Monroe
A local favorite since its doors opened in the 60s, this grill is famous for its roast beef po-boys with gravy on the side, and kurly-Q fries.
  Scott's Catfish & Seafood 
2812 Cypress Street, West Monroe
Locals love the casual atmosphere! The Bond family dish up fried catfish, gumbo, stuffed crab, Catfish Louisianne - etouffee over catfish and rice - and the award-winning Orleans Crab Sauce over pasta with shrimp or chicken.
  Soups, Salads and Sweets 
207 Blanchard Street, West Monroe
Choose from chicken or tuna salad sandwiches or wraps and soups like potato or Baja chicken.
  The Coffee Bean 
2501 Broadmoor Boulevard, Monroe
More than your standard coffee house.
  The Corner Coffeehouse 
207 Blanchard Street, West Monroe
Coffee may be on your mind, but you'll love their giant specialty cupcakes and cakes, scones, muffins and cookies.
  The Creamery 
1121 Forsythe Avenue, Monroe
This retro, 50s-style diner is serving up tasty, hand-patted burgers.
  The Creamery 
112 Blanchard Street, West Monroe
This retro, 50s-style diner is serving up tasty, hand-patted burgers.
  The Kitchen 
202 S. 6th Street, Monroe
Open the screen door and take a whiff of some good ol' Southern cooking.
  The Kuntry Diner 
946 Ole Highway 15, West Monroe
Want something that'll stick to your ribs but is reasonably priced? Stop in here for burgers, po-boys and plate lunch choices such as shepherd's pie, meatloaf and country fried chicken during the week.
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