Small Business Spotlight: Vince’s Restaurant

Vince’s gives customers a look back at the Delta’s history

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Published: June 19,2011

Tags: Leland, Vince’s Restaurant

A 24-hour café called Vince’s that served Leland’s railroad travelers in the 1920s inspired the creation of a restaurant in the same location with the same name — minus the all-night hours. “I’m just glad we’re not open 24 hours,” said co-owner and chef Will Gault. Gault, Cheri Clark and property owner Joe Robert Campbell […]

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One Response to “Small Business Spotlight: Vince’s Restaurant”

  1. Small Business Spotlight: Vince’s Restaurant | i publish news - New York Says:

    […] Small Business Spotlight: Vince’s Restaurant A 24-hour café called Vince’s that served Leland’s railroad travelers in the 1920s inspired the creation of a restaurant in the same location with the same name — minus the all-night hours. Read more on Mississippi Business Journal […]

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