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High on the bluffs overlooking the majestic Mississippi River, the beautiful city of Natchez is a unique, and seamless blend of old and new. With over three centuries of fascinating history, Natchez has an extraordinary collection of historic buildings, homes and churches, meticulously-maintained antebellum mansions, four National Park sites, ancient Indian mounds, and the exquisite Natchez Trace Parkway. This jewel of the Mississippi also offers visitors the attractions of a desirable small town destination –a beautiful, walkable downtown, magnificent sunsets, delicious cuisine, a vibrant art and music scene, outdoor adventures, exciting nightlife, and events all year long; all served up with genuine Southern hospitality.
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640 S. Canal Street, Box C
Natchez, Mississippi 39120
Natchez National Cemetery 41 Cemetery Road 601.445.4981
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211 S. Wall St. Natchez, MS 39120 Phone: (601) 446-7053 Alternative Phone: (601) 807-5637 Visit Website E-Mail The bed and breakfast at Greenlea is located in the rear of the house adjacent to the Courtyard and overlooking it. The suite is in what is now the kitchen wing and is the oldest part of the house. A […]
271-A D’Evereux Drive Natchez, MS 39120 Phone: (601) 446-8799 Visit Website The Travel Inn is another economical lodging property located on the outskirts of Natchez; located just a couple of minutes from downtown.
509 Franklin Street Natchez, MS 39120 Phone: (601) 304-1415 Visit Website E-Mail The Natchez Coffee Company is more than just a coffee shop. Sure they offer coffee, espresso, and flavored cappuccinos, but they also serve sandwiches, salads, and blue bell ice cream. Wireless Internet is available, so bring your laptop to check your e-mail while you treat yourself […]
Soda Pops is located at the Natchez Mall on the outer strip, and their menu includes a great mix of ethnic dishes.
Slick Rick’s is more than just a restaurant, and you’ll find yourself walking away with some of the dry goods Rick offers for sale.
The Karahsin family moved to the U.S. in the late 1990’s and opened Planet Thailand in a small Louisiana town about 40 miles from Natchez, but Natchezians loved it so much they would travel the forty plus miles just to eat sushi.
If you’re walking around downtown Natchez and smell a wonderful hickory based aroma coming from somewhere, just follow your senses to The Pig Out Inn.
Another downtown local favorite, Pearl Street Pasta, named for it’s location, serves up a wonderful variety of pasta dishes, as well as a beautiful, delicious filet of beef with a rich wine sauce and sauteed mushrooms.
The Malt Shop is not a typical dining establishment for visitors, but if you asked a local where you can find the best burger in town, bar-b-que beef sandwich, or a catfish plate, they’ll be tempted to tell you “the Malt Shop”.
Overlooking the mighty Mississippi at Natchez Under-the-Hill, Magnolia Grill not only has one of the best views of the river, they offer a menu with a wide array of entrees to satisfy nearly every palate.
Lil’ Dagos owners come from a long line of cooking Italians, and don’t be offended by the name, it’s what their mother used to call them when it came time to round them up for dinner.
Family traditions are a staple in the Natchez area, and when it comes to food, they bare even more weight.
Fat Mama’s Tamales is another local favorite and the atmosphere is as festive as the food.
El Potro is situated on the outskirts of town, but you won’t mind the short drive to indulge in the fare of this locally popular Mexican restaurant.
This quaint establishment is located in the heart of the downtown business district and within walking distance of a few hotels.