Seafood R’evolution set to make Mississippi ‘the new culinary epicenter of the South’

During a press conference today in Ridgeland, chefs John Folse and Rick Tramonto unveiled plans for Seafood R’evolution, an upscale restaurant offering a cultural fusion of foods and flavors that have shaped the Gulf Coast culinary landscape for generations. Seafood R’evolution, with a select menu of items paying homage to Mississippi’s rich culinary heritage, will […]

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During a press conference today in Ridgeland, chef John Folse called Mississippi 'the new culinary epicenter of the South' as he introduced his second act partnership with chef Rick Tramonto, Seafood R'evolution. The 10,000-square-foot restaurant is expected to employ 150 and will be located in the Renaissance at Colony Parkway. (Video: Sarah Reily)




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