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The off-white house with black awnings that say “Peggy’s” beckon passersby and the restaurant carries on the tradition of serving the same home style cooking for lunch that everyone has come to love. Walk through the door and then help yourself to the spread that the kitchen has prepared for the day like butter beans, greens and cornbread – and fried chicken. You never know where you will sit or who might sit at your table. When you are finished leave your tip on the table and pay by the honor system in a basket. If you need change you’re on the honor system as well.
Warm & inviting place to drop in for a quality cup of coffee in historic Aberdeen. Take a break in the lounge are while surfing the net with free wireless internet service. All credit cards accepted.
Absolutely the place for fried catfish and hushpuppies.
Casual family dining at its best and local favorite to MUW students who enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of outdoor eating on Officer’s Lake with choices from delicious seafood gumbo, the Cypress Club, The Cam and Seafood on French with “kumbac” sauce.
Restaurant Tyler is an upscale restaurant geared to the use of local Mississippi products and the preservation of Mississippi food culture and the history it represents. Restaurant Tyler is a unique dining experience focused on preserving the natural essence of food and serving foods that are not processed or contain transfats.
Local eatery is popular for its home-cooked breakfasts. The restaurant also serves a mean plate lunch and what else? Finger-licking ribs with all of your favorite Southern sides.
Hand-cut steaks, kabobs, chicken and hamburgers.
c. 1870. Swiss immigrant, Felix Weidman, first opened the doors to his restaurant in 1870, and it quickly became known throughout the country for its cuisine. The restaurant passed through several Weidmann family members until in 2001, several investors, including actress Sela Ward, bought and renovated the famous restaurant. Weidmann's Restaurant, as it is still called, continues to be one of the nation's best dining experiences.
Ye Ole Drugstore Deli and Restaurant contains all the authentic décor, cabinetry and fixtures and has been restored to historical authenticity. The circa 1938 soda fountain still works. They serve lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and offer deli sandwiches with ham, turkey and chicken or tuna salad along with soups like tomato, potato, shrimp gumbo and beef vegetable. You can also get a twice baked potato or spaghetti depending on the day.
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