Lea’s Lunch House

Bakery | Cajun/Creole | Coffee shop | Diner | Ham House | Small Town Café
Worth a detour

Lea’s (pronounced Lee’s) has earned legendary status for sweet pies and “dough baked” hams.

What to Eat
Lea’s Lunch House, Coconut Pie
Coconut Pie
The meringue is as tall and as fluffy as any we’ve encountered. The coconut filling is smooth and velvety.
Lea’s Lunch House, Ham Sandwich
Ham Sandwich
The warm sandwich is perfect combo of creamy mayo with large slabs of the house-made dough baked ham on a toasted bun. It is satisfying and homey.
Lea’s Lunch House, Pecan Pie
Pecan Pie
You’re in Louisiana's pecan country so it is no surprise that the sweet and sticky pecan pie is the number one seller.
Lea’s Lunch House, Baked Ham
Baked Ham
All of the entrees, including the flavorful baked ham, automatically come with all the sides, including lima beans, fried okra and rice w/gravy.
Lea’s Lunch House, Blueberry Pie
Blueberry Pie
Bigger than usual sweet blueberries in a soft flaky crust make this a memorable pie.
Lea’s Lunch House, Chocolate Pie
Chocolate Pie
The chocolate pie is highlighted by the airy, white meringue.
Iced Tea
Directions and Hours
open now
Sunday7 am - 4 pm
Tuesday7 am - 4 pm
Wednesday7 am - 4 pm
Thursday7 am - 4 pm
Friday7 am - 4 pm
Saturday7 am - 4 pm
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert
Credit Cards Accepted
Alcohol Served
Outdoor Seating

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