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Glitz, glamour, golf and more
Center of the Blues Universe
Wide assortment of food.
Gurley's fried catfish is not to be missed. A true Mississippi dining experience.
Diner serving breakfast and lunch. Featuring sandwiches, homemade pies, and more.
Jerry Lee Lewis and his son enjoy visits to the local dairy bar, Happy Daze at Pleasant Hill Road and I-55 exit. This hole-in-the-wall building is recognizable by the Polar Bears out front, that look quite similar to the ones that used to be outside the old Fairview Drive In that used to be just up in the road in Memphis. Happy Daze has hamburgers, French fries and cold treats that will satisfy anyone’s warm-weather appetite.
Highway 51 Café serves home-style country cooking daily in what used to be a former residence. A picket fence surrounds the front yard and window signs display plate specials and prices.
Honey Bee is hipster-cute, with lemon-curd–yellow walls and pop art worthy of Lichtenstein. Shelves are stacked with pinched and gnarled coffee cups, pulled from a local kiln.
Local favorites, plate lunches, steaks and nightly entertainment.
Johnnie's Drive-In first opened in 1945. Wooden high-back booths, with their worn patina, still provides a cozy setting. Ask to sit in the booth where Elvis Presley enjoyed a meal.
Known for their famous 'Dough Burgers'.
Nothing beats a family-owned fish house, and Laws Hill Fish House has been in the same family for over 50 years. Their hushpuppies are a "secret family recipe,” and the fish and steaks are unforgettable. The dining room has a beautiful view of North Mississippi Hill Country.
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