This establishment is currently closed and looking on the inside I would say they have thrown in the towel.
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Based on the reviews we were looking forward to a nice dinner, but this place is closed, out-of-business, gone, vanished. TripAdvidor should remove it from the list.
It was OK, I'd go back. It was a bit high in price for what you got. The taste was very good. Service a bit slow. Over all it was OK. What else do you want me to say? .
this place was a short walk from the Riverside Hotel and had good southern cooking -- grilled catfish and shrimp the two nights I was there. the service was excellent -- I felt at home.
Family business with decent food; also one of the places that's open on a Sunday. There's no coffee or alcohol but you can bring your own booze apparently. I had roast chicken with veggies and potatoes - a simple dish but there was plenty.
Let's just say they only smiled at us as we left. The food was very good: The honey yeast rolls were AMAZING. The salad was fresh and included real greens and candied pecans. We got the peel & eat shrimp (I'd pass on this) and...More
The service on the night we went was a little patchy, but the food was copious and very good. A good choice for dinner when in Clarksdale
Lady of the Levee is an outstanding restaurant by any standards. Located on the Mississippi River in Clarksdale, Mississippi, this fine seafood restaurant is owned and managed by Calvin and Joyce Ordway-Moore. We found the restaurant by asking locals for their recommendations. The menu features...More
We were in Clarksdale as part of our 'blues pilgrimage'. Stopped in here for lunch on a Sunday. Fantastic! This was real home cooked soul food and the best candied yams I've ever tasted. Service was great and the food was served quickly. While it...More
We stopped here on a weekend trip from Arkansas & walked in starving after skipping breakfast but left stuffed. Casual atmosphere...a little crowded & busy but busy is good when looking at a restaurant. So we got a good laugh at the so called "menu"...More