Nothing compares to the experience of eating in a family-owned restaurant. Family restaurants have a unique atmosphere, a kind of down-home comfort that a chain just can't replicate. Here are our favorite mom and pop restaurants in Mississippi.
Bully's is the kind of place where the parking lot is full every day at lunch time, because Jackson residents know that this is the place to get quality home-cooking. The restaurant is still run by the original owner's son, Tyrone Bully, and his wife Greta. Pull up a chair and get some of Bully's soul food today!
Like the best mom and pop restaurants, Mr. Greek is hidden away in an unassuming building. Located in a shopping center on Pass Road in Biloxi, Mr. Greek is known for delicious, authentic Greek food located in a casual cafe. Bright, cheerful murals of Greece adorn the walls, and the owners are friendly and professional.
Once you visit Abe's Grill in Corinth, you'll never forget the experience. The building, originally opened in 1974, is decorated with vintage signs, posters, and license plates. The biscuits are famous, the drinks are served in mason jars, and you absolutely have to try a burger and fries! It's usually crowded, so stop by early!
Abe's BBQ was originally named Bungalow Inn and was opened in 1924. Although the business is in a different location and has a different name these days, they still follow the same principles Mr. Abe set in place. Once you eat here, you'll understand why these barbecue sandwiches have kept Abe's in business for all these years!
Binke's is a cafeteria-style restaurant serving up delicious Southern cooking in Meridian. The restaurant is owned by Mrs. Martha Ann Alford, and is managed by her son James Derrico Alford, or "Binke.” With a slogan like "Food so Great, You'll Scrape Your Plate,” you're going to want to make a stop next time you're in Meridian.