The Mississippi Seafood Trail has 360 miles of restaurants to enjoy. The best of them include Delta Meat Market in Cleveland, serving Crispy Fried Gulf Oysters among other dishes. In Meridian, Weidmann’s has been around since 1870 and features a great Sunday Brunch. Walnut Hills in Vicksburg is known for its homemade cakes and pies. Local 463 Urban Kitchen in Ridgeland serves comfort food with a big city twist, while Cock Of The Walk in Pocahontas is rustic. The Jackson area is home to two great dining establishments, The Manship and Barrelhouse. Half Shell Oyster House in Hattiesburg offers great NOLA cuisine, and Felix’s in Gulfport is the best place for oysters. Finally, Mosaic Tapas Bar in Ocean Springs has an adjoining beer house with live music.
- First opened in downtown Meridian in 1870, Weidmann’s features a terrific Sunday Brunch.
- In Pocahontas, Cock of the Walk offers skillet cornbread, fried catfish, and “Keelboat Specials.”
- Half Shell Oyster House in Hattiesburg has a great Po’Boy and tasty smoky bacon shrimp and grits.
“Here are 10 restaurants on it, arranged north to south, including what to order.”