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Big, juicy Inez burgers, named for the most famous waitress in the house, are the main attraction at CS's. They also serve daily Southern-style blue plate specials with your favorite brand of beer. CJ's is a laid-back and congenial spot with plenty of local color and memorabilia covering the walls.
The Carriage House Restaurant on the grounds of Stanton Hall specializes in the height of southern cuisine.
c. 1840. Greek Revival mansion that overlooks the Mississippi River. Five acres of informal gardens. Furnished with original antiques. A Union cannonball is still lodged in the parlor wall. Restaurant on site. Member of Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
The original restaurant is on the Mississippi River in Natchez. Here in Jackson, it's sitting near the next best thing: the Ross Barnett Resevoir, or the "Res." Cock of the Walk serves food family style in a rustic restaurant that recreates the experience of eating in an 1800s Natchez Trace Inn.
Collins Dream Kitchen is authentic soul food buffet-style eating experience with the likes of smothered chicken and dressing, collard greens, black-eyed peas, barbecued ribs, and everything in between. The sweet tea is said to be "the sweetest thing next to a mother's heart!"
Cool Al’s, also known as “Stamps” from its old name “Stamp’s Superburger” is the place to go for one of the best hamburgers in town. Don’t go if you have to be on time for your next appointment because there’s going to be a wait; but, it’s for a good cause.
The Country Fisherman has long been a favorite with locals and their visiting family and friends. The Sunday buffet is just like having your Mama in the kitchen.
If you haven’t realized this by now, Mississippians love their pork products. Florence is the home of Country Pleasin’ Sausages, whose smoked pork sausage is spoken about with reverence.
Crechale's is steeped in Jackson's Greek culinary heritage and is famous for its fresh Gulf seafood and steaks. Paul Crechale started his restaurant in this Art Deco building in 1956.
Big, juicy Inez burgers, named for the most famous waitress in the house, are the main attraction at CS's. They also serve daily Southern-style blue plate specials with your favorite brand of beer. CJ's is a laid-back and congenial spot with plenty of local color and memorabilia.
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