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Classic all-you-can-eat soul food buffet from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. with traditional dishes in rotation daily like smothered pork steak, fried chicken and catfish served with sides of butter beans, cabbage, greens or rice and gravy.
The new restaurant resembles a rustic hunting lodge and is an impressive two stories with three different private dining rooms with hunting trophies, taxidermy animals from all over the world on display and historic memorabilia on the walls.
The Crystal Grill has been a Greenwood landmark for a hundred years sitting at the corner of Lamar Street and Carrollton Avenue known for feeding late night diners and railroad men. Its menu is a thorough mix of home-cooked entrees and sides: veggies like fried okra and cream corn, and meats like chicken and dumplings, seafood dishes straight from the Gulf like cheesy shrimp and crab Newburg Casserole and last but not least, spicy corn husk hot tamales.
The Delta Bistro is Chef Taylor Bowen Rickett’s newest culinary incarnation in the Downtown Greenwood area. Set up in an old cotton grading warehouse and in keeping with Greenwood restaurant tradition á la Lusco’s and Giardina’s, has partitions set up for a little privacy for diners.
Doe's is a historical site that serves the finest filet Mignon, Ribeye, T-Bone and Porterhouse Streaks. Established in 1941 and winner of the the Beard Award in 2007.
George's Lounge is in a bright orange building across the street from the Church Street Blues Marker, so it is easy to find and serves some serious soul food. On the weekends, you might see the big grill outside and smoking heavily, loaded up with sausages.
Giardina's is located in The Alluvian, Greenwood's award-winning cosmopolitan boutique hotel and was founded in the 1930’s by Joseph Giardina. The menu boasts an array of succulent fresh seafood like whole broiled Pompano and filet of fish served with Giardina’s Sauce, Creamy White Wine Sauce or Sweet Chili Pepper Sauce.
"Ground Zero" Blues Club is a restaurant by day and blues club by night, situated in a 100 year-old cotton grading warehouse on Blues Alley facing the Delta Blues Museum.
Itta Bena is Heartland Catfish headquarters, one of the largest Catfish processing facilities in the state along with Yazoo City’s Simmons Catfish. Heartland is a family-owned company specializing in farm-raised catfish products like breaded and marinated filets and nuggets, hushpuppies and catfish steaks.
Hey Joe’s is a recent addition to the Warehouse District in Downtown Cleveland that is a restaurant and record store.
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