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Eating in Natchez, MS

BarbHelm Jul 28, 2006 08:53 PM

Most of the posts are kinda old dealing with Natchez and its restaurants (not to mention pretty negative). I will be on an Elderhostel journey to Natchez soon and we will have dinner at the Eola twice, once at Pearl Street Pasta, and lunch at Magnolia Hall once, and at a First Presbyterian Church once and the Trinity Episcopal Church once. Eating at churches makes me wonder about the local restaurants :-)

Can anyone suggest something decent to eat at the Eola and Pearl Street Pasta? Or a place we can substitute the churches for on our own?

B

  1. frankiii Jul 28, 2006 10:30 PM

    there is a post from a few days ago about this but people mentioned:

    Biscuits and Blues
    Mammy's Cafe
    Cock of The Walk

    The Sandbar in Vidalia, LA (just across the river was a big favorite of my grandmothers)
    My family used to drive to Natchez to eat with family at the Holiday Inn resuturant. Not stellar but the view is great. As mentioned in the earlier post, there is one place in Natchez Under The Hill that i cant recall the name of but is pretty good (i think it is the ony place to eat down there).

    Everytime i go to Natchez it seems like there are new places to eat but i tend to hit the spot Uner The Hill just becuase i like setting

    1. BarbHelm Jul 28, 2006 11:49 PM

      Thanks. I guess I missed that earlier post. Apologies.

      B

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        Sister Sue Jul 29, 2006 04:34 AM

        Here is the link to the recent post.
        http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/...

        By the way, I have never had dinner at the Eola, but I have had breakfast there several times. It is always great.

        1. re: Sister Sue
          BarbHelm Jul 29, 2006 12:42 PM

          That link you gave me, Sister Sue, was for Knoxville, not Natchez. And we will be eating breakfast at Eola, so thanks for the reassuring review :)

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            Sister Sue Jul 29, 2006 08:27 PM

            Oops!!! Sorry about that. Let's try again.
            http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/...

            1. re: Sister Sue
              BarbHelm Jul 30, 2006 09:02 PM

              Sue, thanks for trying again!

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