The oldest restaurant in Natchez. Unaware, we walked in and found the gloomy atmosphere of a place formerly populated by rude river men, and supposedly haunted.
Service is as rough as you’d expect from a place like this: find yourself a table, decide what you want to eat, go to the counter, order and wait. It won’t be long before your server shows up with your grub.
their specialty is the wood-fired flatbread, my husband ordered the one with brisket.I had the pepper fired oysters, which is oysters out of their shell cooked in a peppery broth and served with striped of super tasty flatbread. The oysters were good, but the bread was amazing. It’s a small plate so beware if you have a big appetite. Was enough for me.
Husband’s flatbread was excellent. The quality of the bread is top, and also the brisket was very good.
After your meal, you’ll pay directly at the counter, so don’t wait for the bill to be taken to your table. We spent 35$
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