No one wants to be freezing when they eat. And the staff can't adjust. Sad. It could have been good.
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A little hidden away, but great place to enjoy a specialty coffee in Pensacola. Bright and sunny place to grab a cup of joe.
I dined here for Breakfast/Brunch while traveling to Pensacola. The location is really close to the airport. The service was quick and the food was phenomenal. I had the Lox and Cream Cheese Bagel Sandwich. Instead of having it on a bagel, I had it on a croissant. The croissants were so soft and fluffy that they just melt in... More
For the first few seasons I performed at the Saenger downtown, I would always stop before each rehearsal for coffee and before the show for a light dinner at Leisure Club. If I had to be in town for a Sunday matinee, I would meet friends there for brunch. If the internet in my hotel was down, I would hole... More
Went for brunch with the little one. Cute little cafe. Decent seating inside and outside. Sit where you prefer and was greeted immediately. FYI they only had 1 high chair. I got the 2 item meal - biscuit and gravy with Belgian waffle with berry compote and whipped cream and powdered sugar, served with country potatoes. It was definitely enough... More
I really like going to The Leisure Club. I've been twice, but my fiancé goes just about every time he picks up his buddy up from the airport, and they love it. I'm not a coffee drinker, but I love that I can get a smoothie or iced tea. However, my friend owns his own coffee shop out of state... More
Everything from the coffee to the food is out of this world. Great healthy dishes with fresh ingredients. I love the weekend brunch that is offered and the crab cakes are delicious. If you are looking for a wonderful cafe to grab some coffee and a light lunch/brunch this is the stop for you.
We've eaten at The Leisure Club twice now since their move from downtown Pensacola. They get great crowds at their Sunday brunches, and a nice lunch crowd. The brunch is $12. for a choice of two entrees - our party of four covered a lot of those choices, the very crabby and delicious crab cakes, the quinoa, the toad in... More
Food is over priced and mediocre at best, customer service is repeatedly abysmal , had to wait over 20 minutes for an easy sandwich. If you do not know how to properly run a "drive-thru" you should not offer it as a service. Complete waste of my time and money.
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