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Mexican, Casual Dining
Homemade bagels, sandwiches, desserts, made to order pizza and pasta. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
CJ's Cafe' offers great food and local ambiance.
CJ's Seafood House winner of the 2013 Taste of Ocean Springs Food & Wine Festival's Best Entree award. CJ's specializes in seafood and steaks. The cheeseburgers start at 1/2 lb. CJ's regular sized hamburger steak will fill you up but the "Big Daddy" will make you want to take a nap. Kids menu available.
Family dining restaurant specializes in beef, smoked meats, barbecue pork, and catfish in a casual atmosphere. Monday - Saturday 10 am to 10 pm.
Clegg's Café is on the corner of Highways 82 and 49 which makes it hard to miss. Clegg's opened in 1945, when Jessie Pernell started the "White Front Café" on Church Street. The café is affectionately known as “Chicken and Rice” by the locals because of its decadent chicken and rice plates.
Affectionately known as “Chicken and Rice” by the locals because of its decadent chicken and rice plates, patrons will find the handwritten menu on the wall. Try the Clegg Burger topped with chili and slaw, or if that’s too risky, a simple fried fish and shrimp plate will hit the spot.
Historic place to eat great Southern food while enjoying live blues entertainment. Club Ebony is one of the only restaurants with the distinct honor of being part of the Mississippi Blues Trail.
The Clubhouse Restaurant is located on the premises of America's Best Value Inn in Grenada. Accept: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, Diners Club, Cash
A New Orleans themed restaurant offering great food, great service, and a fun atmosphere.
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