Our trip through Mississippi and New Orleans included lots of wonderful food. The dinner at Anchuca was the best!
This lovely restaurant is one that will bring us to Vicksburg when we travel from Scottsdale, AZ to Atlanta and back. What a terrific experience: the ambiance of the restaurant is warm and inviting, and the food and service is outstanding. Additionally, it is located in an historic home that is on the National Register and that is also a... More
I found this Gem on Trip Advisor. Yes! It works!!!! :0) My family and I (from the Greater New Orleans area) finished a wonderful day in Vicksburg at this hidden jewel all because of tips from Trip Advisor. We enjoyed the gumbo, shrimp and grits, and sea bass. Come with an appetite. Large satisfying portions from the appetizer to dessert.... More
I moved to Vicksburg a year ago and had the good fortune of being introduced to this restaurant in my first week here. One of the best restaurants I've ever been to - and definitely the est in Vicksburg. I've been to dinner at least 10 times now and have never had a bad meal - in fact, I've never... More
We had Sunday Brunch and it was one of the best sit down brunches we have had in a long, long time. I had Eggs Benedict with steak. I requested the eggs to be cooked medium and they were done perfectly. The steak was fork tender and had an excellent taste. The staff was very attentive and reliable. I will... More
My husband and I made a reservation based upon other Trip Advisor reviews and ratings. This was very cozy restaurant in a historic home in downtown. We were greeted by a VERY pleasant woman, named Tarsha (spelling?) who quickly showed us to our table. The dining room was warmly decorated and had old brick flooring, lending to its coziness. Our... More
Cafe Shrimp and Grits with Champagne Caper Sauce and Tomato Medley was outstanding; same goes for Lemon Herb Chicken with Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus. Bonzo Cake is a 'death by chocolate' not to be missed.
On our road trip we stopped here and we were impressed by the great atmosphere and the super friendly staff. Very pleasant and would definitely go back. Overall, the food was fine. Probably the best in town.
Just another business trip turned into a very enjoyable event. Delicious meal... don't skip the asparagus bisque soup... oustanding
Needing sustenance on a long drive from TX to NC, we prowled around Vicksburg looking for lunch and quite by happenstance stumbled across this charming café. At first glance we thought the brunch was a little expensive until we realized the price included everything from soup to nuts and lots of charming Southern conversation too. We chose the gumbo and... More
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