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Log cabin steeped in history, converted to a quaint cafe'. Once the council house of the great Choctaw chief, Greenwood Leflore.
Front Door/Back Door is located in historic downtown in a circa 1890s building located at the corner of Fourth Street South. Two dining rooms, hence the name, serve their signature lunch items, chicken salad and tortilla soup, as well as salads, sandwiches like the Back Door Beef.
Located on Catfish Alley, this African American Heritage site, is still serving up some of the best soul food you can find. Great atmosphere and even better food.
Family owned resort and restaurant, with a long family history. Offers seafood and prime rib buffet.
The Little Dooey Barbecue & Blues™ began in a gas station in Starkville in 1985, where Barry and Margaret Ann Wood sold their special homemade sauce and pork barbecue. Due to the overwhelming response to their food, they opened a restaurant.
An old school butcher shop, food bar, and home to one of the best craft beer selections in Mississippi, Neon Pig Cafe is famous for its smash burger, a concoction of aged filet, ribeye, New York strip, sirloin, and Benton's bacon.
Oby’s is decorated with nostalgia and kitsch and has a Cajun-inspired menu that’s been a Starkville favorite since 1976.
The quintessential Mom and Pop operation that has a variety of sandwiches and poboys, along with steaks and homade tamales.
Through a large glass window, watch as Mennonite workers prepare freshly baked home-style breads, cakes, pies and sandwiches.
Converted five and dime store on Main Street. Pile your plate with catfish, light and crispy hushpuppies, a heaping pile of coleslaw, turnip greens and barbecue. Homey atmosphere.
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