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Pastries, pies and sandwiches. Soak up the eclectic atmosphere while munching on a fruit and cream-filled brioche or a stuffed croissant. If you can’t find a table, order Take-Out for breakfast or lunch and find a nice spot outside to enjoy your spoils.
What do they serve? You guessed it. Chicken most supremely prepared.
Unique southern cuisine, seafood and more, created by award winning Chef John Currence.
CJ's Cafe' offers great food and local ambiance.
Known for its mouth-watering hickory smoked barbecue and tangy tomato-based sauce, family-owned Coleman’s BBQ No. 43 has long been a local fixture. Not only known for its hickory smoked, chopped pork, delicious barbecue plates and sandwich packs to go, it opens at 6 a.m. to serve up a home-style breakfast of eggs and grits.
Steak done right! Como Steakhouse offers salmon, shrimp, chicken, and catfish prepared on one of the open charcoal pits.
Established 1966, Dale's Restaurant is committed to exceeding guests' expectations by providing great food and spectacular service in a sparkling clean restaurant! Some notable exceptions include vegetables which are always fresh and never canned! Chicken, daily meat and vegetable specials; homemade desserts, sandwiches and delicious steaks, cooked to order.
Dilworth's Tamales, one of the defining businesses in the Black community, opened its current location in 1962. Dilworth's has been featured in Southern Living magazine.
Open for both lunch and dinner with traditional dishes like fried catfish but with a new spin – Catfish Lafitte is an award-winning recipe of a lightly fried fillet topped with sautéed jumbo shrimp, julienne ham and a Creole cream sauce served with bacon-wrapped asparagus and garlic mashed potatoes.
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