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Dickey’s Barbeque & Catering is now open in Gulfport

Dickey’s Barbeque & Catering is now open at 11240 U.S. 49N Unit B in Gulfport. The restaurant serves beef brisket, ribs, pulled pork, spicy cheddar sausage, smokehouse salad, chicken Caesar salad, barbeque beans, potato salad, jalapeño beans, fried okra, assorted desserts and then some. John Lockett is the owner.

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Hilton Garden Inn in Pascagoula has opened its restaurant

The Hilton Garden Inn at 2703 Denny Ave. in Pascagoula, owned by LaFont Inn LLC, has opened its restaurant. The extensive menu includes breakfast (grits, oatmeal, link sausage, applewood smoked bacon, omelets, scrambled eggs, hash browns, biscuit and gravy, French toast, seasonal fruit, assorted cereal) and also these items among lots of others: Southern BBQ pulled pork, grilled chicken, chicken ...

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Restaurants beating back the recession

The Mississippi restaurant industry has climbed back from the hit it took during the recent recession to show $3.2 billion in sales in the most recent fiscal year, up six percent from the previous year. Employment was up by 2.9 percent to a total of 80,835. “The rest of the story is that 80,835 figure puts us only back to ...

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Lauren Rogers museum celebrates 90 years as cultural hub

The Lauren Rogers Museum of Art is a treasure for Laurel, Jones County and the whole state of Mississippi. This gem opened in 1923 on a tree-lined street in the historic district of Laurel. It was established by the family of Lauren Rogers as a legacy to this young man who died at the age of 23. He was an ...

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Golden Nugget stakes its claim on the Coast

Late on the afternoon before the Golden Nugget’s big debut in Biloxi, general manager Jim Hoskins sounded calm and cool. “We have a great team,” Hoskins said by way of explaining his no-sweat attitude before the official unveiling of the new brand. The next day, on June 21, the ribbon was ceremoniously cut on the first phase of a transformation ...

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Convention centers across state throw open doors

The economy is shaky and casino business – a major player in tourism – is down. So, how are meetings and conventions – another important part of tourism – faring? Three of Mississippi’s most popular places for meetings and conventions – the Gulf Coast, Jackson and Natchez – say business is good. “Our convention and meeting business in Natchez has ...

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Inspectors help keep eateries safe

Next time you enjoy a meal in a restaurant, don’t just compliment the chef. You might also want to thank the county Health Department inspector who pokes around in the kitchen to make sure diners stay safe from nasty food borne illness. John Luke, director of food protection with the state Department of Health, estimates there are about 90 employees ...

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Best Steakhouses in Mississippi: COMO STEAKHOUSE

Come into The Como Steakhouse for not just an exceptional meal, but a trip down history lane. The restaurant known for not just great steaks, but salmon, shrimp, catfish and chicken prepared on open charcoal pits, is located in a 135-year-old former mercantile store on land purchased for 50 cents an acre from local Native Americans in 1825. “I think ...

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Best Steakhouses in Mississippi: TICO’S STEAKHOUSE

In the past 20 years that Tico’s Steak House has been around, there has been a trend towards eating less red meat. But people still get that craving for a good steak, and Tico’s Steak House in Jackson serves them up with style and elegance. Tico Hoffman, owner of Tico’s Steak House, said a memorable steak starts with getting top ...

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