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Situated on a bluff overlooking the impressive Mississippi river sits Bowie’s Tavern flourishing in the original c. 1840 Natchez Cotton Warehouse used in the glory days of the old south when cotton made fortunes. This building is the only surviving pre-Civil War cotton warehouse in Natchez. The centerpiece of the tavern is a 42-foot-long mahogany bar built in the 1880s and signed by Kit Carson. In addition to its menu of savory fare, Bowie’s offers three guest rooms, and the Barrel Room is perfect for rehearsal dinners and private parties. The three guest rooms are luxurious suites offering over sized Jacuzzi tubs, separate tile showers, and a magnificent view of the Mississippi River. Enjoy good food, live entertainment, and large historic photographs taken in Natchez between 1870 and 1900. The Tavern is open Mon thru Fri 4p.m. till 9p.m. and on Sat and Sun from 11a.m. till 10p.m.
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