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Borroum’s Drug Store founded in 1865 by former CSA army surgeon A.J. Borroum. It is the oldest drug store in continuous operation in the state. It houses Native-American artifacts, Civil War relics, and an authentic working soda fountain; the business owned and operated, by the Borroum family since its establishment.
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The Boulangerie Olivier, a European-style bakery tucked away in the courtyard behind the DeSoto Council building and across the street from Memphis Street Cafe features typical French country bread, baguettes, rosettes, cracked wheat loaves and delicious treats such as Yogurt parfait, crepes, chocolate croissants and a few other special sweet confections.
Sit a spell at Bourbon’s and experience the region’s legendary graciousness – not to mention the best smokehouse barbeque served straight up. Why not start with the crab martini then move on to such favorites of the Deep South as the smoked baby back ribs and the signature Top Sirloin? It’s Delta magic on a plate. All major credit cards accepted.
Situated on a bluff overlooking the impressive Mississippi river sits Bowie's Tavern flourishing in the original c. 1840 Natchez Cotton Warehouse used in the glory days of the old south when cotton made fortunes. This building is the only surviving pre-Civil War cotton warehouse in Natchez.
Bowie’s Tavern, originally a cotton warehouse, is home to a unique, beautiful mahogany bar (1880) that was once referred to as “the largest bar West of the Mississippi” and was signed by Kit Carson. Our tavern has the largest selection of domestic and imported beers in our region and offers live music on weekends.
Bowies offers three guest rooms, and the Barrel Room is perfect for rehearsal dinners and private parties.
If you're looking for the biggest and best Po-boys in the gulf area, come to Bozo's Grocery. People come to Pascagoula from all over the U.S.A. to try the humungous Bozo's Po-boy. Get a table quick because we fill up fast everyday.
Try our variety of hot and cold sandwiches, custom made seafood platters, sweets and delicacies. Walk around Bozo's Grocery for awhile and shop for some kitchen essentials and maybe a few goodies. We are people pleasers here at Bozo's in Pascagoula. That's why we also provide carry out and deliveries for our customers.
Bravo! Italian Restaurant & Bar--where traditional regional Italian cuisine meets the flavors and cooking techniques of the new world. The delicate balancing of the old and the new in one of Jackson's most talked about locations.
Breaud's is located in the heart of downtown and offers a great seafood and steak menu. Owner Glen Breaud brings his South Louisiana roots to Natchez, adding a touch of cajun kick. The steaks are thick, tender and juicy; just like you'd cook them at home. There is a full bar and a few seats available for those just stopping in for a cocktail, and the dining setting is intimate and friendly.
The staff is great and it's truly a local favorite gathering place. They're open for lunch and dinner, and one of the few restaurants that is open on Sunday; but only for dinner from 3:30 til 9:00 p.m.
Brent's Drugs & Soda Fountain is a traditional drug store not only serving the third generation of customers but also serving good food. Everyone comes for the nostalgia and the milkshakes! Located in the historic, artsy Fondren district it has an old-time soda fountain with hand-dipped milkshakes, malts, ice cream sundaes, and fresh-squeezed lemonade.
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