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Some Jacksonians say that Beatty Street Grocery has the tastiest hamburgers and white bread BLT's. Be prepared to wait in line if you go at noon.
Serving steaks and seafood in the Vicksburg area since 1956. Family friendly dining room. Also houses a full bar which features various sporting events on several HD televisions including a 10’ by 10’ HD projection screen. Enjoy weekly specials and live entertainment on the weekends.
It may not take you back to the days of car hops and rock-n-roll, but the Bellemont Shake Shop will conjure up memories of drive-ins from the 1950s. Some locals would take a strong stance and argue that the Bellemont serves the best burger in town, and maybe so, but you can count on it being one of the best you ever tasted. It's a fun place to go and you will certainly enjoy the nostalgia that will be served up with whatever you order from their extensive menu. They're only open for lunch, so head out around mid-day so you don't miss a classic Natchez dining experience.
Serving Crawfish, Shrimp, Steaks and more in Bentonia, Mississippi. Just a couple blocks from the famous Blue Front Cafe - Live music most Saturday nights and sometimes Friday! Also offer catering, parties, and we have a mobile unit!
Since 1977 - Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Ask anyone about our famous Berry Burger! Convenience Store and more located in Benton, Mississippi.
Carry-out and Quick-Serve only. No Seating available.
Restaurant, located just south of Holly Springs in Waterford, offers an eclectic mix to its customers. You can get everything from ribs and turkey legs to a six-pack to hair curlers at this fascinating back road stop.
Award winning lunch buffet.
Wood-fired, brick oven gourmet pizza
Regulars at The Big Apple Inn clamor for the smokes and ears at this restaurant. The pig ear sandwich – yes, pig ear – was an invention of owner Gino Lee's grandfather "Big John" Mora (which is why you’ll still hear patrons call the place “Big John’s” from time to time). Mora was a Mexican immigrant and named the restaurant after a late 1930’s dance craze called “The Big Apple.” Patrons buy bags full of smokes and ears.
Teriyaki, Tonkatsu, Tempura, Hibachi and Tapas, as well as Burgers, Chicken Wings, Chicken Tenders, Soups, Salads and Sandwiches.
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