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Bully’s Restaurant is owned by Tyrone Bully, whose father started the restaurant almost 30 years ago. It has become a mainstay of the black community in West Jackson known for having the freshest home style vegetables such as greens, sweet potatoes and cream corn.
We're a hometown restaurant offering pizzas, sandwiches, soups, and salads - all uniquely homemade with locally-grown fresh ingredients. Features mama's made-from scratch pies, and includes a pantry section stocked with homegrown groceries and fresh salads, soups, and dressings ideal for last-minute dinner ideas.
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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.
Cafe 7 is a welcome addition, with ties to a past Yazoo favorite! Many of the cooks at Cafe 7 spent time in the kitchen of Yazoo’s famous “The Steak House” which unfortunately closed following the passing of the owner, Ms. Bea. Cafe 7 has developed a loyal following in the time since it opened, so be sure to come out and show your support for this brand new Yazoo business!
Cafe Marie is historic and charming building that provides a great dining atmosphere.
Opened in May 2009, in historic downtown West Point, Cafe Ritz is adjacent to the newly renovated Ritz Theater & Conference Center.
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A fine blend of home cookin' and rustic atmosphere. The eatery is located in what was once a private residence; it's not a big place, so it's almost impossible to not interact with the help or the clientele. Daily lunch specials.
New Orleans style restaurant dining and meeting facility.
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.
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