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The Mississippi Delta is a food lover’s paradise, a veritable melting pot of culinary traditions brought by the African-Americans, Italians, Chinese and Lebanese who along with northern European settlers populated this land. Adventures through the Delta can lead you to discover everything from fried catfish dishes to the region’s famous homemade hot tamales to some of the best fine dining to be had.

A unique blend of sophistication and warmth, Giardina’s is the perfect setting for any event. Featuring steaks, seafood and Italian cuisine, Giardina’s atmosphere is old world elegant but dress is laid-back “Delta casual.”
Turnrow Cafe serves lunch Monday through Saturday and seasonally for Sunday brunch. We offer homemade soups, fresh salads, and sandwiches made with fresh-baked breads.
Originally a small diner called the Elite catering to C&G Railroad men, it's now a lunch-and-supper spot, and a favorite among folks from every walk of life.
NOLA, located in Indianola, MS is a cool, eclectic, casual old theatre that was converted into a restaurant several years back. When you walk in, if you look to your left you’ll see evidence of theatre stairs that once ran along that wall.
Deli sandwiches, soups, and salads are on the menu for lunch, while dinner brings a choice of seafood and steak dishes, as well as a selection of specialty martinis.  Browse the art gallery upstairs in this converted warehouse.
Crawdad's started very small in 1984 and has grown somewhat over the years to better serve our customers. We hope you have a chance to visit, eat with us and have a good time and put some south in your mouth!
The Mississippi Delta has inspired writers, artists, and musicians. And cooks. Don’t forget the cooks.
Culinary art is like painting, the menu reflects creativity, and Delta Bistro paints each item with flavor as well as color.
Cotton planters around Greenwood came to know Charles “Papa” Lusco in the 1920s when he drove a horse-drawn grocery wagon to their plantations.
Doe’s Eat Place tells the complicated story of Italian immigration, Delta foodways, and Mississippi social history.
The Crown is so much more than a great place for lunch! It is an Art Gallery full of original Delta art, a Gift Shop filled with classic children’s toys and gifts, a Bookstore shelving the books about the Blues, the Delta and our favorite foods.
Visitors to the Barn often take a break from shopping and ride or walk the short distance to Lee's restaurant, the Gallery. Several unique pieces of sculpture add Lee's own special touch to the restaurant's ambiance.
Food lovers delight in following the “tamale trail” that leads the unsuspecting visitor through small towns and back alleys to sample and compare the delights of a well-made tamale.
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