Best American Restaurants in Mississippi

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Best American Restaurants in Mississippi

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Diners' Choice Winners: Best Overall

Mississippi's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
Ely's1. Ely's
220 reviews
Steakhouse | Ridgeland, Jackson

First time Ely's customer. Took my wife there for 30th anniversary and we were not disappointed More

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Restaurant 1818 at Monmouth Historic Inn & Gardens2. Restaurant 1818 at Monmouth Historic Inn & Gardens
101 reviews
American | Natchez, South Mississippi

The service was great and our food was delicious, cooked to perfection. The ambiance was great as well. More

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Table 1003. Table 100
962 reviews
American | Jackson, Jackson

Definitely met high expectations and look forward to going back. More

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Vicari4. Vicari
97 reviews
Italian | Corinth, North Mississippi

Excellent, Birthday with family More

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Char - Jackson5. Char - Jackson
1257 reviews
Steakhouse | Jackson, Jackson

Char is the perfect place for lunch or dinner. The food is always excellent and the service professional and timely. It is my most favorite place to eat! More

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Mississippi restaurants that recently joined the OpenTable network
Kebab and CurryKebab and Curry
Indian | Madison, Jackson

Experience fresh, flavorful, authentic Indian-Pakistani Cuisine at Mississippi's own Kebab & CurryMore

Ole Saint - BiloxiOle Saint - Biloxi
American | Biloxi, Biloxi / Gulfport

Ole Saint Kitchen & Tap combines the culinary expertise of our Executive Chef with legendary New Orleans Saints running back Deuce McAllister. Located inside the Wyndham New Orleans - French Quarter at 132 Royal Street, Ole Saint is just a few steps off historic Canal Street in the French Quarter. Designed to capture the warm ambiance of New Orleans, the decor embraces the essence of the city while featuring the memorabilia of Deuce McAllister's career with the New Orleans Saints and Ole Miss Rebels. "I think this is the perfect place where friends can gather to watch games, or where people can relax and unwind after work, whether wearing their favorite team jersey or a suit and tie," says McAllister. Ole Saint features Southern Coastal Cuisine, such as Crab Maison BLT, Southern Catfish, and the southern-style Prime Pork Chop. The tap room and kitchen highlight a wide selection of local and national beers with over 50 draught offerings.More

Sugar Factory American Brasserie - BiloxiSugar Factory American Brasserie - Biloxi
American | Biloxi, Biloxi / Gulfport

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The Guest House - NatchezThe Guest House - Natchez
Mediterranean | Natchez, South Mississippi

Authentic Mediterranean Cuisine prepared by our amazing Chef Hakam Aduhakmeh who is originally from Jordan.More

Discover Mississippi

When dining in Mississippi, be prepared for seafood and lots of it. From crab to shrimp and catfish to oysters, the abundance of seafood on menus throughout the state provides a not-so-subtle reminder that Mississipi sits proudly along the Gulf of Mexico. Many of the state's favorite seafood preparations involve deep frying. Try those fried morsels dipped in comeback sauce or stuffed in a po'boy sandwich. Mississippi isn't just a coastal state; it's also a Southern one, and that means there's plenty of down-home Southern cooking to be found here. You'll enjoy biscuits and gravy for breakfast and cornbread, barbecue ribs, breaded okra and fried chicken for dinner. What to drink with that? Why a cold glass of sweet tea, of course!