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“Finally a Place for me to enjoy in Natchez”
Review of King's Tavern

King's Tavern
Ranked #3 of 95 Restaurants in Natchez
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $14 - $20
Cuisines: Pizza, Seafood, Steakhouse
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Good for: Bar scene
Description: Historic King's Tavern circa 1789 as seen on Ghost Adventurers and Travel Channel. Wood fired oven with steak, fresh fish and pizza's. Craft Cocktails - some of the best in the country. Also tour the Charboneau Rum Distillery next door. Ourdoor dining
Reviewed April 5, 2014

I wanted a place in Natchez that has WIFI, serves great wines, and tapas of different kind, primarily vegetarian. King's Tavern does have one vegetarian salad, and a vegetarian flatbread pizza, and they are delicious. The atmosphere attracts people together to make friends because of the long picnic type tables, the wines are excellent, and the overall atmosphere is attractive and rustic. The desserts are outrageous and great! For me, I like to go and get some work done with my computer and enjoy a good wine, and maybe a bite. I hope they extend the menu into more vegetarian options that all people can enjoy.

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Reviewed April 4, 2014 via mobile

Slightly off the beaten path, but with amazing history, Kings Tavern offers the sophisticated traveler a wonderful experience. Proprietor Regina Charboneau, formerly of the Regis Hotel in New York City, as well as a owner of a number of restaurants in New York and San Francisco, has put together on modern, and convincing ensemble on the Naches Mississippi. A must-see, and must-do experience for all those visiting this wonderful southern town. Be sure to visit the craft liquor shop on the second floor, and have lunch outside or in their delightful backyard garden. Truly a unique and special addition to the Natches scene, and asset for the entire state of Mississippi.

Thank Jim S
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Reviewed March 30, 2014

This adorable restaurant/pub has genuine promise. The food, mainly flatbread pizza with nouveau toppings, was soggy and overpriced. There was a lot of it though, which was part of the problem as the flatbread can't handle "wet" toppings very well. Their salads were quite enjoyable. Drink selection is limited as they try to source small batch spirits, beers and wines. They have a bit of a following in the mixology world and even serve moonshine mixed dringks. There is a store on the second floor that is separately owned which sells the spirits. The service was good and it wasn't crowded so we were able to be seated immediately. One other issue we had was the food was served very quickly and we felt rushed. We weren't finished with our appetizer and the salad was on the table, and before finishing it, the flatbreads were in front of us. The restaurant has real promise, I think they need to hone some of their menu items and processes.

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Reviewed March 29, 2014

" spirits of many kinds" is the slogan worn on the T shirt of the staff at this special place. There is a story about the building dating back to 1788, actually constucted with some parts of ships that sailed to Natchez in those days. But today it is one of my favorite spots to dine and sip a great brandy. Newly open but seasoned with experienced , I had the best smoked blackened drum( a gulf delight) and herb salad with a tasty dressing and the best flat (smoked) bread, a great wine from argentina and smiles and music. if you are Natchez way visit the oldest building on the historical register and ask about the spirits of many kinds, let Rick show you the upstair liquor store with a unique selection of spirits to spice up your visit.

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Reviewed March 22, 2014

I had the Andouille hash with sweetened almond tea, and for desert I had the buttermilk ice cream. The hash was a perfect blend of textures and tastes. It was seasoned great. The sausage in the dish was very good but not over powering. The almond tea was delicious, but the best came last when I had the buttermilk ice cream. It was the best desert that I've had in a very long time. It was very simple but so elegant and just plain delicious.

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