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Natchez Food & Wine Festival
Wine and cheese tastings, The Progressive Luncheon, and an Invitation to the Natchez Table are just a few of the events planned for this exciting weekend in July!
Big Momma's Barbecue Breakfast, lunch, and dinner inside or outside. Just look for the giant rooster on John R. Junkin Drive!
Carriage House Restaurant On the grounds of Stanton Hall. Internationally famous for their fried chicken and silver dollar-sized biscuits. 401 High St. 601-445-5151.
Biscuits & Blues Famous for smoked ribs and chicken, but also serves a variety menu that includes po-boys, gumbo. 315 Main St. 601-446-9922
Bowie's Tavern Dunleith's sports bar and restaurant downtown. Great pub food. Longest bar in town. 100 Main St. 601-445-6627.
The Castle Restaurant and Pub Fine dining in the restored 1790's carriage house at Dunleith Plantation. 2006 Wine Spectator Award winner. 84 Homochitto St. 601-446-8500.
Cock of the Walk The original, with Catfish, Chicken and Shrimp, plus Jalapeno Cornbread, Coleslaw, and more. 200 N. Broadway St. 601-446-8920.
Julep's Restaurant Inside the Natchez Eola Hotel. Breakfast and Lunch Buffets most days. 110 N. Pearl St. 601-445-6000.
Stylish and elegant, this downtown B & B offers restaurant, rooftop terrace and downstairs lounge with great blues and jazz entertainment.
Lil Dagos' Named so because Mama always called these Italian brothers her "lil dagos," The meatballs are so big you'll have trouble eating two! 29 Sgt. Prentiss Dr. in the SouthGate Mall.
Magnolia Grill This restaurant Under-The-Hill offers inside dining and a glassed-in porch with a view of the Mississippi. 49 Silver St. 601-446-7670.
The Malt Shop Just like the dairy bars of old. Burgers, sandwiches, ice cream treats, and the best shakes and malts in Natchez! 4 Homochitto St., 601-445-4843.
Mammy's Cupboard The restaurant in the shape of a hoop-skirted woman! The food is great, but the desserts are killer! Lunch only, Monday thru Saturday. 555 Hwy 61 South. 601-445-8957.
Monmouth Plantation Circa 1818. Originally the home of Mexican War hero Gen. John Quitman, Monmouth's Gourmet dining menu changes daily. By reservation only, 601-442-5852.
Natchez Best BBQ & Hot Wings Slow-cooked pork, plus chicken, ribs, beef, and sausage. This place caters, too. 4 Sgt. Prentiss Dr. at the Go-Mart. 601-446-8588.
Historic Oak Hill B & B
A top rating on TripAdvisor and an award-winning restoration make this antebellum home in the Garden District one of the best places to stay in Natchez.
Pig Out Inn Beef, Pork, and Chicken smoked Texas Style. To find this place, just look for the pink pig on Canal Street!
Pearl St. Pasta Delicious Italian and American fare. Specialty pasta dishes, seafood, chicken, veal, vegetarian fare, and excellent lunch menu, too!.
Uptown Grocery Home made pizza, specials, and sandwiches! "Home Meal Replacements," finely marbled steaks and other meats. Catering is a specialty here. 531 S. Canal St. 601-442-4455.
Natchez Coffee Co. Sandwiches, ice cream and desserts as well as soft drinks and fine quality coffee drinks. Secure Wi-Fi access. 509 Franklin St. 601-304-1415.
Planet Thailand - Thai cuisine, with a full menu from appetizers to entrees, plus a full Sushi menu! 116 N. Commerce St. 601-442-4220.
Ruby Tuesday Great salad bar and varied menu. 55 Seargent S. Prentiss Dr. 601-445-4463.
Sandbar Restaurant Catfish, seafood, and more for lunch and dinner. 106 Carter St., Vidalia. 318-336-5173