Mr. Lester's Steakhouse

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Reservations: Toll Free - 1-800-284-4386 or Direct - 1-337-923-7408


Hours of Operation

Thursday: 5 PM - 9 PM 
Friday & Saturday: 5 PM - 10 PM


Guests can expect changes due to COVID-19 such as: capacity limitations which will result in limited reservations, enhanced sanitation procedures, and the reduction of large groups or gatherings to no more than 10 persons. Guests must be 21 to enter hotel, gaming, restaurants, and entertainment areas.    


Open For Mother's Day Brunch, Sunday, May 9, 2021  |  11 AM - 3 PM

Make your reservations by calling 1.800.284.4386 ext. 480.

Featured Mother's Day Brunch Items:

  • Spinach and Corn Quiche $16: Spinach and Crab mixed with Swiss Cheese and Egg Custard all in a Flaky Pie Shell
  • Crab Cake Benedict $29: 2 of our traditional Crab Cakes tipped with Poached Eggs and smothered in Hollandaise
  • Eggs Béarnaise de Bouef $42: Two Flaky Croissants topped with Beef Tenderloin Medallions topped with Poached Eggs and smothered in Béarnaise sauce
  • Trio of Chocolate Dessert Towers $10: White Chocolate Lemon Blueberry Tower, White Chocolate Chantilly Tower, and Chocolate Raspberry Tower


Craving something a little meatier? Mr. Lester’s, the undisputed number one steakhouse in the South, is THE place for celebrations, special occasions, and the perfect date. Mr. Lester’s serves up a truly remarkable experience, fabulous steaks and is a place that families can celebrate special occasions, holidays, or just unwind after a busy week.

Please be mindful of Mr. Lester's business casual dress code and high standards of conduct.

Guests must be 21 to enter hotel, gaming, restaurants, and entertainment areas.

Namesake Mr. Lester's

Lester Darden was the oldest tribal member at the time that Cypress Bayou Casino opened. In accordance with the tradition of tribes honoring their elders, Mr. Lester’s was chosen as the name for the new steakhouse. He was a WWII veteran, served in Tribal Government, helped draft an early version of our Constitution, and was a well-respected man in the tribe.