This diner is a throw back to the Hill Country I remember from 40 years ago. Great food and great atmosphere. A must visit.
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We had lunch on April 19. Mu date order a BLT on toast. I ordered the cheese burger with onion rings. Her BLT was perfect. Fresh vegetables and just right bacon. My cheese burger was excellent. Perfectly cooked and prepared. Onion rings were average, should...More
We visited with a party of 10 who ordered a large variety of Lee's selections. Everybody said the food was excellent. Prices are reasonable. It is a small place with limited parking and seating. Definitely a place to try if you are in the area.
Locals depend on it, hungry visitors to Pace Bend Park should absolutely stop at Lee's. With a parking lot usually packed with pickups, and an exterior reminiscent of 1940's Hill Country, don't be put off by the look of Lee's. The variety of offerings will...More
Cheeseburgers & Fries are Really Good- we ordered regular & sweet potato fries, both are delicious. We are Definitely coming back!
We go to Lee's from time to time and rather enjoy it. They have an amazingly large selection of food; burgers, fries, philly cheese steak, homemade soup, pizza and more. The atmosphere is "rustic", the food is good and a good value. I understand they...More
My friend and I were on a junkin' excursion in Central Texas. She had been to Lee's Almost By The Lake before and wanted to take me for lunch to this "little hole in the wall" place (her words). What a delightful find! I had...More
My husband and I had lunch while visiting lake Travis. The employees were very accommodating and helpful. We got a burger and soup/salad. Everything was very tasty. It was clearly homemade. We enjoyed the laid-back feel and eclectic decor.