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Lasyone's Meat Pie Kitchen

622 Second St., Natchitoches, LA - (318) 352-3353
Posted By Bj on 2/12/2011 11:00:00 AM
We accidentally found this place; had never had meat pies before but are hooked on them. Of course their red beans and rice are also delicious!

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4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
meat pie
red beans and sausage
dirty rice
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Even though a cup of gravy comes with your meat pie, the pork/beef mixture is moist enough that the gravy is unnecessary.  That is dirty rice on the side.
"Even though a cup of gravy comes with your meat pie, the pork/beef mixture is moist enough that the gravy is unnecessary. That is dirty rice on the side."
Cliff Strutz





Named after the local Cane River, this dessert alone is worth a detour to Natchitoches.
"Named after the local Cane River, this dessert alone is worth a detour to Natchitoches."
Cliff Strutz


The meat pie breakfast comes with two eggs, your choice of grits or Creole shredded hash browns and a meat pie.  I paid $2 extra for the crawfish meat pie.
"The meat pie breakfast comes with two eggs, your choice of grits or Creole shredded hash browns and a meat pie. I paid $2 extra for the crawfish meat pie."
Cliff Strutz


It is called Louisiana hot spiced tea, but is more citrusy sweet.
"It is called Louisiana hot spiced tea, but is more citrusy sweet."
Cliff Strutz


Lasyone's has been a Roadfood standard-bearer since long before the original edition of our book was published. This photo, featuring a papier-mache meat pie hanging in the window, was taken when we first drove through Louisiana in the early 1970s.
"Lasyone's has been a Roadfood standard-bearer since long before the original edition of our book was published. This photo, featuring a papier-mache meat pie hanging in the window, was taken when we first drove through Louisiana in the early 1970s."
Michael Stern


Locals eat meat pies as part of their breakfast, as every table was taken at 9:00AM.  There is an additional dining room to the left.
"Locals eat meat pies as part of their breakfast, as every table was taken at 9:00AM. There is an additional dining room to the left."
Cliff Strutz


Natchitoches is famous for their annual Festival of Lights.  Lasyone's also decorates for the season.
"Natchitoches is famous for their annual Festival of Lights. Lasyone's also decorates for the season."
Cliff Strutz


The streets of Natchitoches are rich with history.  Lasyone's is a vintage eatery that fits right in.
"The streets of Natchitoches are rich with history. Lasyone's is a vintage eatery that fits right in."
Michael Stern



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