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Parking Available, Highchairs Available, Takeout, Seating, Street Parking, Television, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Discover, Table Service
When we make a six-hour drive to visit Tunica, the motivation is gambling. However in the future we might be willing to make the drive just to eat at Hollywood Cafe.I had 1/2 rack of ribs (which were more than I could eat). My friend...had the fried shrimp that were huge and perfectly prepared. Wives had veggie plates. Everything was outstanding!More
We had heard of the "world famous"
HOLLYWOOD CAFE so we stopped for lunch. We were pleased to they offeted home style lunch plates as well as sandwiches. I had a veggie plate and my husband had a burger. The food was great. Our server...was efficient and friendly. We will go back when in the area.More
Our impression of the food was actually 3 stars - pretty average and mediocre in our humble opinion. Having said that - we were glad we went. The setting, and the history, and the friendly service made it worth going to. Interesting building with great...Delta Blues history. Enjoyed it and glad we went. Onion rings were the highlight - as well as the deep fried jalapeños in a corn meal batter.
May give it another try after the whole Covid thing is over and they are back in "Full" swing.More
A unique restaurant with delicious food! The fried pickles, onion rings and green tomatoes were a perfect starter. We had cheeseburgers for our meal. They were delicious. The peach cobbler with ice cream was a perfect ending. The tea was sweet and the service was...great.More
This little cafe has a lot of history. Some of which is displayed inside to tell the story. I had the steak sandwich with provolone and grilled onions, along with the potato skins. The meal was very good, and filling as well.
Food is super and the atmosphere is old time Mississippi road house vibe. From home cooking southern style to their great seafood, it is a must go. Take time to enjoy the history on the walls and in the front of this landmark.
First visit food is excellent service was wonderful fried pickles were very tasty I had catfish, locally pond raised. The breading was very good and was fried to perfection.Anytime I am near this place I will now stop in.