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Anthony's invites you to join them for an evening of fine cajun cusine. Bring a large or small group. We accommodate both! STEAKS - FRESH SEAFOOD - PASTAS NIGHTLY SPECIALS Bring your favorite bottle of wine or spirits!
Although the restaurant has had many owners over the years it still reflects the Delta roots, with live Blues music on the weekend, and Creole influences on the menu. Current owners Ray and Carrie Hamilton bring Coastal cuisine with them, enhancing the dishes with Creole spices and seafood like shrimp, crab and crawfish.
Amory is known for miles around as being the home of Bill's Hamburgers. The delicious burgers have been served since 1929. Bill's is truly a step back in time. Go for the history, as well as the food.
Binke’s Restaurant is soul food at its most savory. People say the liver and onions with gravy, fried chicken and smothered pork chops are mouth-watering entrée choices, home cooked veggies on the side and the three different kinds of cornbreads from which to choose is a dream come true. It has been called “Soul Food Heaven.” The sweet tea is so good you’ll want to get a to-go cup for the road to savor the experience.
This delightful cafe's specialty is walnut chicken salad with a decadent spicy honey dressing. Each menu selection is made to order using fresh ingredients to satisfy your palate.
Keeping the Catfish Alley tradition alive is Café on Main, serving authentic Southern cooking with “a meat and three” daily special such as fried pork chops, turnip greens, macaroni and cheese and homemade soups.
Hone your cooking skills or just learn some new techniques at Cater’s Market. The instruction isn’t limited to simply learning about food but also the best part: tasting it! They have a selection of gourmet foods and coffee that would make a perfect gift basket and also have gluten-free products. Order gourmet casseroles to go or reserve one of their fabulous old-fashioned layer cakes. Weekly specials go fast. Deli-style sandwiches on fresh bread like Pimento cheese and Chicken Salad are the Southern staples visitors can’t get enough of when traveling through the state. High Tea is also served each afternoon for folks looking for a light snack and a bit of respite from the road.
General store, gristmill, mechanical music collection, country and movie memorabilia. Hot roasted peanuts, glass bottle Coca-Cola & old fashion hoop cheese are local favorites and available for purchase.
On the menu are fried pickles, fried green tomatoes, large poboys, grilled shrimp, salads or steak. Order a glass of sweet tea and you’re in Mississippi food heaven.
The Cottage Tea Room is located in a restored Sear's 1920s cottage and serves breakfast and lunch with Southern flair. Owners and mother-daughter Sara Gardner and Susan Langford also cater large events at their restored home Greensleeves, circa 1883. It was voted "Best Place to Have Lunch" by the readers of Mississippi magazine.
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