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A dining environment unlike any other. Surrounded by local artwork and ceramics, dine on exquisite, made-from-scratch, nouveau cuisine.
For fresh seafood, look no further. Dinner menu options highlight the traditional Gulf coast goldmine of surf and turf dishes. You might be surprised to hear this but each plate is garnished with a plastic black fly.
Charlie’s Catfish in Ellisville has been in the Rayner family for almost 40 years. The cement block building with green shutters made a good home for all intents and purposes. On the inside, the walls are covered with hand-painted murals of Mississippi life and lore, including the River, gators and frogs and the scene you see often in these parts: a catfish driving a horse and buggy.
One of the area's hidden gems. Steaks, ribs and grilled tuna. Crawfish avaliable seasonally. Open for dinner only.
Cash and most major credit cards accepted.
Gulf of Mexico Marine Aquaculture Park, and School of Ocean and Earth Sciences partnered with the University of Southern Mississippi twenty years ago to help study and sustain Mississippi aquaculture. Most of the seafood is imported to the United States from foreign
waters and USM/Cedar Grove strives to help repopulate the seafood supplies in an effort to help cut down the importing of foreign marine life for the food industry.
Restaurant & catering. "Like this no place." Family owned & operated.
True Mississippi fare like fried chicken also takes its place of honor among soft shell crabs and traditional side veggies.
The young and young at heart can learn cooking skills at Kids In My Kitchen and the adjoining store The Kitchen Table, owned by Kennard and Jennifer McKay.
Culinary Classes, Birthday Parties, Bridal Showers, School Group & Church Activities. Made to order Gourmet Cupcake & Cheesecakes. Free delivery to area schools & businesses.
The young and young at heart can learn cooking skills at Kids in My Kitchen or at The Kitchen Table, owned by MS natives, Kennard and Jennifer McKay.
Landrum's Country Homestead & Village is a re-creation of a late 1800's settlement established in 1984 by the Tom and Anne Landrum family. History is brought to life with over 60-buildings nestled on a quiet, beautiful piece of southern landscape. Walking tours, field trips and weddings are held at Landrum's Homestead & Village.
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