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Sarah

North Little Rock, AR

#1 Jun 8, 2010
What are the best restaurants in town? Also, what are the most expensive restaurants in town?

Thanks!
tomt

Madison, MS

#2 Jun 8, 2010
Sarah wrote:
What are the best restaurants in town? Also, what are the most expensive restaurants in town?
Thanks!
If you like a great pizza go to the pizza shack across from the baptist hospital. OH SO GOOD. THE BEST
sounds good

Grandview, TX

#3 Jun 9, 2010
tomt wrote:
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If you like a great pizza go to the pizza shack across from the baptist hospital. OH SO GOOD. THE BEST
Have to check that out next time through there.
Sarah

North Little Rock, AR

#4 Jun 9, 2010
Anyone else?! How about a steak? Any good places to get a nice steak?
Where

Mifflinburg, PA

#5 Jun 10, 2010
Steak anyone?
Sarah

North Little Rock, AR

#6 Jun 10, 2010
This hasn't been too helpful. Surely someone can offer some good places to eat!
btt

Texarkana, TX

#7 Jun 13, 2010
btt
Sarah

North Little Rock, AR

#8 Jun 14, 2010
whats btt? i need some ideas!
Gadget Blogger

United States

#10 Jul 25, 2010
Sarah wrote:
This hasn't been too helpful. Surely someone can offer some good places to eat!
Either that or there is really no good places to eat.
I mean they got chain restaurants like chillies and steak houses but none of them really offer anything special or extravagant.
Martin

Madison, MS

#11 Jul 25, 2010
Alright, the best place by far to eat in jackson is definitely the Mayflower. Its downtown on capitol street, and its moderately expensive. Good places for music and food are; hal and mal's, Martin's, underground 119, 930 blues cafe, and sometimes finegans pub. Some fance restaurants are chaplet's, nick's, walker's, ruth's chris steak house, and a more "hip" restaurant is mint. also another good one that cheap, that also has heavenly food is kiefers.
Wilhelm

Memphis, TN

#12 Jul 26, 2010
If you're looking for an excellent steak, I would suggest that you go and check out the restaurant in Jackson called Char. I will warn you, though, that it is rather expensive. If you're looking for a more laid back atmosphere, I would recommend Julep, a restaurant that is located almost directly next to Char.

For impeccably good Italian food, look no further than Amerigo. Amerigo has an excellent assortment of food to choose from, and the service is superb. Amerigo is located on Old Canton Road in Ridgeland.

Good luck, and I hope that this list may serve as useful!

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#13 Aug 17, 2010
Where wrote:
Steak anyone?
Chilis
Bo Didly

Paris, TN

#14 Aug 25, 2010
Ryans
SUZIEQ

Madison, MS

#15 Aug 27, 2010
Bo Didly wrote:
Ryans
tmn's
Billy Bob

Richardson, TX

#16 Oct 5, 2010
Pre-Chew Charlies. They is great for those of you wit' no teeth!
Jimewaka

Turks and Caicos Islands

#17 Jul 8, 2013
Wait a minute, The Mayflower is definitly Authentic Jackson food and tasty; however, you can not go to Jackson without going to Stamps Super Burger!! I'm all about eating at the most authentic place in the city, a place that makes me feel like I had the best food, bbq, burger in town and unfortunitly it's not available elsewhere. Stamps is that place! Not just the best burger anywhere but the best Jackson cultural experiance. Mayflower offers all this as well but Stamps is a place I still talk about years later. If you go to Chili's or if that was the type of recomendation you were looking for, then I would not want to travel with you. If you are a senior, then no offence. I understand and love seniors. If you're are an adventurer and really enjoy great places that are one of a kind, Stamps Super Burgers! I can't dissmis the Mayflower recommendation tho.
Brother

Terry, MS

#18 Sep 7, 2013
Edo!
mo bettah

Greenbrier, AR

#19 Nov 17, 2013
Sarah wrote:
This hasn't been too helpful. Surely someone can offer some good places to eat!
I've met some Jacksonians who like to think Jackson is a foodie kind of town. Well, it ain't. Jackson is a restaurant/fine dining desert.

Bon Ami is one of the better places, although I here he is closing up shop.

Char, while good, is overpriced for its fare.

I hear Nick's is good although I haven't been there myself to verify.

Mayflower is also good.

But as the people who would dine -- not the people who just "go out 'n eat" -- head to the safety of Rankin and Madison Counties and leave Souf Detroit (aka "Jacktown" or Jackson) you can look for Jackson's menu of restaurants to have many fewer choices.

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