Stopped in for a quick bite before hitting the road. Huge portions. Fair prices. Delicious food. No complaints. Will return.
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On our way back home from vacation, we wanted a simple homemade meal. We followed google maps to Mary Lee's Cafe and we found a hole in the wall gem. If you love a good hamburger, just plain old hand made patty, cooked on a...More
Good breakfast, good coffee, something for everyone. I'd eat there again but I couldn't tell you what I had a month and a half ago except for the cornbread. You get a hunk! And my mug was super random, someone named Margaret used to own...More
Mary Lee's has a simple charm, located in what appears to be an old neighborhood grocery store converted to restaurant. Breakfast is the big deal. But on a recent visit, there were problems. They were out of biscuits, which is kind of the whole point...More
The food at Mary Lee's was wonderful. They gave huge, tasty, servings for little money. The staff is friendly and kind. The environment is comfortable and a great place for friends or family to relax and chat.
Wonderful little restaurant. Quite literally small-10 tables. This was an unexpected treat. A group of friends from Dallas stopped by for breakfast on Memorial Day. We were lucky enough to get a table cleaned for us as we walked in. Service was friendly. This is...More
New to the area and looking for a great breakfast joint, my girlfriend and I stopped in on a Sat morning. Service was prompt and friendly. Ordered an omelet that was HUGE and delicious. I Highly recommend this restaurant if you like home cooked style...More
We stopped here on a rainy Sunday on our drive back to Dallas. The restaurant looks like it's in a small house. There were about 10 tables. Our waitress was awesome and the food was good. They seemed to know all the regulars by first...More