Located in the historic Harlan Building in downtown McComb's Depot District, the Caboose Restaurant offers hand-cut New York strip steaks, ribeye ... More
Located in the historic Harlan Building in downtown McComb's Depot District, the Caboose Restaurant offers hand-cut New York strip steaks, ribeye steak, filet mignon, Maine lobster, wild salmon, ahi tuna and more, all prepared to order. A full-service bar and an extensive wine list are also offered.
Wow, what a wonderful dining experience. The food was excellent as well as the service. Lots of nice touches to add to a positive experience. Seldom do you see the warm fingertip towels brought to your table. AND there were real towels in the restroom, not some paper towel dispenser hanging on the wall.
Even though this restaurant is almost 100 miles away, I can t wait to go back.
my wife and i are from la, and have a camp in osyka. mr lloyd has done a spectacular job with the decor in the new place. the food is just like the one in independence,GREAT. we have dined with the caboose for over 15 years and have always been very satisfied with the food and service. thanks lloyd
I finally went to The Caboose in Mccomb last week. I use to go to the one in Hammond but this one is even nicer and more on the menu. The Steaks are still AWESOME! I had to try the crabcake appetizers and it was great. I almost ordered the fish of the day which my waitress explained in detail but had to go with the filet migon which was tender and delicious with the stuffed potato, my husband loved his new york strip with yummy creamed spinach then we shared the creme brulee that was the best I have ever tasted. The owner came to our table to check on us and I was surprised, a owner checking on customers that was a nice change. I joined the mailing list to get a email of the daily soup & fish of the day that was added when they moved to mccomb. We can't wait to go back.
Dined at the Caboose was not impressed. Place is nice service was decent. Food so so. First of all they were out of Lobster so then I ordered the seafood platter however they didn't tell me until I had been serverd that they didn't have oysters due to the gulf spill (had they told me before hand I would have ordered something else). Having experienced may restaurants from low end to very high end. My opinion of this restaurant is that it is very over priced for the quality of food it delivers. There is nothing wrong with charging high prices however back it up with superb service and quality. The quality is lacking.
I have eaten at the Caboose on several occassions and the food has been excellent. The Porterhouse and the NY Strip cooked to as ordered and very good. My wife typically orders fish; the salmon and lobster very good. I've had the tuna, which was cooked to perfection, warm on the outside, pink on the inside. The chowder and fried oyster appetizers, yum. They also have some reasonably priced bottles of wines.
We have dined with a couple of groups, 40 +/- people, in the private dining room. It was crowded and noisy, but the service and food was good. They group menu is not overpriced for what they offer, too.
The servers are all personable, but could be a little more attentive. I also have never been there there that the owner didn't stop by our table. The chef even came out a couple of times.
Overall good atmosphere and I, for one, am glad to have the Caboose in McComb.
We were so excited to get A Steak house close to home and not have to drive. However we were sadly disappointed. We gave it a second chance. It was 6 of us out on the town for a Caboose Steak.Not beef Jerky. We wanted fresh fish .not What ever they gave us. Our Service was terrible and the owner made it worse when he degraded our server in front of our table. By far the worse food and dinning experience for a second time. Not even close to the Orginal Caboose in Hammond. Looks like we will keep driving south to Louisiana to a Real Steak House.
I have eaten at this restaurant twice. Once at my company Christmas party, and another time with my husband. The food and service were great both times. You get your money's worth with the food. With my husband, we didn't have reservations. They offered the open bar to wait for our table, and we did. It helped pass the time, and the wait was only about 15 minutes.
Loyd's done it a third time. We arrived at the McComb restaurant , fittingly across from the train station, at 6 pm on Saturday after Christmas. The food and service was great and we saw a dozen couples from Louisiana who were prior customers of The Caboose in Independence and Hammond. Worth the fifty mile trip.
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