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The Ranchero is famous for their BBQ, steaks, seafood, and sandwiches. They also offer a daily lunch menu. Ranchero caters parties and have a private dining room to accommodate groups.
The Sears Street Grocery, also known as the "Grey Mule," located in a beige-colored metal building, is the first stop on the Southern Foodway Alliance’s Tamale Trail.
Mississippi State Senator Willie Simmons owns The Senator’s Place on Highway 49 situated in a plain brick building across the street from the Byas Funeral Home. Senator Simmons and his wife run the restaurant and offer an “All-U-Can-Eat” Buffet daily with the tastiest soul food locals (and repeat customers) constantly crave.
Sherman’s Restaurant opened as a family grocery store in 1947 and is famous for its homemade pies. The restaurant also offers smoked ribs, seafood, and specialty sandwiches. It has been a Delta institution for six decades.
Simmons Farm Raised Catfish is a Mississippi institution and ships Mississippi Farm Raised catfish – the best and only type of catfish you’ll want to eat – around the world. They are a formidable supplier and can ship catfish steaks, strips, fillets and nuggets, plain or breaded along with jalapeno or plain hushpuppies or a bag of their famous southern recipe seafood and poultry breading.
Enjoy a clever and delicious variety of Delta-inspired dishes such as the Delta Nachos, tortilla chips covered with pork loin and smothered in barbecue, or the fried cheese grits entrée, Shrimp MaryAnna, smothered in creamy andouille shrimp sauce.
Stub’s Restaurant is known for its Chocolate Chess Pie. Need we say more? Well, yes! The family-owned restaurant has been in business since 1961 and current owner, David Fagan, whose father began the business, continues his father’s tradition.
Home-style cooking like chicken livers, catfish and hickory smoked barbecue motivates hungry diners to come back to an old stand-by that never skimps on character or taste.
c. 1913. Historic Country Store, with restaurant, recognized in May 2007 National Periodical "Esquire". Historical recognition as the home of President Theodore Roosevelt's Teddy Bear hunt.
The Blue & White Restaurant opened in 1937 as a Pure Oil service station at the corner of Highway 61 and River Road and has been at this location ever since. The white building and blue roof with retro signage is a well-known landmark and a touchstone for traditional, Mississippi country cooking. Breakfast options include a Mississippi style breakfast with a slab of salty, country ham, biscuits with sausage or red-eye gravy along with grits and eggs cooked the way you like them. The lunch buffet gives diners several options so you don’t have to pick just one thing to try. If you order from the menu, the onion rings or fried bell peppers are delicious appetizer options. With choices like fried chicken livers, blackened or fried catfish, frog legs, chicken and dumplings and fresh country style vegetables, you will have a quintessential Mississippi eating experience.
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