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Walked into this oldest saloon along the Mississippi River. Dollar bills are hanging from the ceiling and we learned from the bartender that customers take a bill, wrap a quarter and throw it with a tack up to the ceiling. (We did not try it-...More
Back when Natchez was one of the richest towns of the country, and one of Mississippi’s main ports, this saloon hosted a sundry population of sailors, merchants, dealers, prostitute, oh and Mark Twain.
Not a nice place to hang out.
Things are totally different today,...More
Popped in for a couple of beers before dinner on our one night in Natchez and were made to feel very welcome. Good selection of beers at very reasonable prices and a great live band. Do pop in if you're in the area.
My husband and I were initially intimidated by the middle-aged bikers outside of the Saloon. After speaking with the friendly group, they offered to take our photos with their motorcycles. We had an enjoyable experience with them outside, and inside as well. The Saloon is...More
If you are visiting and especially if you have any diversity in your party don’t come here.
Evidently if you are not a local you are treated worse than an inconvenience. My friend went out to smoke and the bartender just shoved his stuff in...More
You can go to Bourbon Street in the French Quarter, or Little Italy in San Francisco, but you will never experience a anything like Under The Hill Saloon...It is a one of a kind! And the loyal locals protect it and enjoy it! You can...More
While wandering around Natchez we ended up "Under the Hill". It was close to 100° outside and we found this wonderful bar.
The beer was cold and the lady running it recommended a couple of good local beers. We enjoyed the beer and the AC....More
This is a great location if you want to stay on the river....3 rooms for rent (if you a lucky) the are usually booked. Saloon is downstairs for partying and there is a restaurant next door and one a block away. Great views of the...More
My favorite tavern when I am in the area. A veritable history museum inside an establishment old enough to have been frequented by James Bowie. I have always found the staff to be friendly and helpful.
Response from AlsacienGourmand | Reviewed this property |
If I remember well those rooms can be rented for the weekend or a night or two or longer
No luxury there but a wonderful spot on Old Man's River... and the persons who run the place could not be nicer
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TR Dec 13-14th First Timers (4 Replies)
Hey y’all, Just to give you a little background, we [Dad & DD21], have just come back from our 26 day roadtrip around the South, had a great time, to give you a round-up we flew into Atlanta, stayed 4 nights in NOLA, Vicksburg 1 night, Memphis 3 nights, Nashville 3 nights, Chattanooga 1 night, Smoky Mountains 2 nights, Asheville 2 nights, Charleston 3 nights, Savannah 2 nights, and back to Atlanta for 2 nights. These were all brand new locations for us. ==================== Thurs...More
January 08, 2013|
Forgot to mention we stayed at the Comfort Suites; here's my hotel review if interested. As it says in the name ‘Comfort Suites’, these hotel rooms are large they are basically small suites, 2 queen beds, a room divider, couch, desk, kitchenette and bathroom. We only stayed here one night to visit the battle site the next morning. Free wifi, parking and breakfast. Breakfast was good, hot food included. TV was good there is a TV guide on the first channel which shows you what’s on, and what...More