It's usually kinda busy around breakfast hours, atleast it was then. you can call a cab right from there and wait inside.(SHONEYS)
Favorite Dish: (P.H.)Well the pizza was good and a real good Bud Light. Nice waiter and a jukebox inside you can use.
(Shoneys) we had slim jims they were really god sandwiches and I recommend them. actually what we did was slpit the slim jim and two can eat off one sandwich.
The best buffet is at Horseshoe. I vote the second best at the Grand Casino.
Best dessert by far at Hollywood.
If you just want a burger, the diner at Hollywood is great with old fashioned milk shakes.
Go during the week and you can stay for $39 a night at Fitzgeralds. Weekends expect to pay $120 and up.
Favorite Dish: We usually hit the buffets since we are big eaters.
There are many nice restaurants throughout Mississippi. In former days I would go for fried catfish, now I hit the buffets at the casinos. I love the Isle of Capri Casino Buffet, especially the one in Biloxi. Great seafood at a good price.
Aunt Jenny's Catfish Restaurant
Nestled on Ocean Springs Bayou, this quiet little out-of-the-way restaurant is a cozy cafe with old-world charm. The main dining area has a beautiful view of the bayou.
Favorite Dish: All-you-care-to-eat fried chicken
Yeah, Handy Andy's is a gas station. You might not like the ambiance if you're not into 7-11-style dining. So get the barbeque to go. Get some baked beans too, while you're at it.
Favorite Dish: It's all about the barbeque. The only meat I miss in my current, vegetarian phase. :) Make sure you do it Deep South style -- on a bun with coleslaw (yes, on the sandwich). And none of this Texan beef barbeque nonsense.
I live on the coast, the best restaurant is Vrazel's in Gulfport(expensive) or Sea Market in Gautier (very inexpensive.
Favorite Dish: At Vrazel's the fresh baked bread and house salad dressing to accompany any seafood entre'. At Sea Market the shrimp sandwich is unbeatable and $1.29!
I can't remember the actual name of the restaurant, but it was in Gulfport, a casino, with an all-you-can-eat-buffet.
Favorite Dish: I tried the Gumbo (a great southern traditional dish). It was excellent. All of the food was great at the all-you-can-eat buffet.
We have an outstanding Sushi restaurant here in Jackson called Little Tokyo. I have been told that it is better than most, even in California!
There are two locations. The one off of Frontage Road has a very friendly and engaging cook! Sit at the sushi bar if you get a chance. It is also adorned with the pictures of all the stars who have been there while filming movies in and around the Jackson area.
Favorite Dish: Asparagus rolls - asparagus, almonds, hollandaise sauce
A popular spot on the lower end of Silver Street. They serve American and Cajun cuisine. Very relaxed atmosphere with a nice view across the Mississippi.
Open 7 Days a Week Dinner 5:00 - 10:00 p.m.
We stopped by here on our last trip 12/12 and had a tour of the place---lots of high end shops and a...more
Big room with a good bed, clean bathroom, quiet room, fast Wifi in the room, good Airconditioning...more
This property, still known locally by its old name - The King Edward Hotel, is a beautiful, historic...more