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Eat Jackson This Mother’s Day

Reminder: Mother’s Day is this upcoming Sunday, May 8, 2016. The countdown is on to Mother’s Day. We hope celebration plans have been on your mind. If not, don’t fret. We have your complete guide to making one of the most important women in your life feel like a queen. All you have to do […]

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It’s Cinco de Mayo Season in Mississippi

May is the month for patio dining and margarita drinking with the unofficial start of the season coming with Cinco de Mayo, the fifth day of May. Who knows what we’re actually celebrating on this day other than an excuse to eat more tacos and drink more margaritas – all on a patio if the […]

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Leading Fondren Corner into the New Century, Deliciously

Rooster’s in Fondren was an original tenant in the iconic Fondren Corner building on State Street. Now Rooster’s, along with its sister restaurant, Basil’s, is leading Fondren Corner into a new era with their Fondren Corner mobile app for your Apple or Android phone. You’ll know you’ve found the right app when you see the […]

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Amerigo’s Flowood is the Newest Member of a Dining Legacy

One could compare Amerigo Italian Restaurant to an old friend. The restaurant has been a staple in the Jackson community for almost 30 years. Generations of families have enjoyed their tiramisu, their tasty cheese fritters, and seemingly limitless choices for pasta. Can you imagine how many conversations have taken place over Amerigo’s white linen table […]

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Of the Pizza, By the Pizza, and For the Pizza

The people in Jackson are passionate about their pizza, and the people have spoken. Eat Jackson has taken your 16 favorite pizzas and pitted them against each other in a good old-fashioned Eat Madness bracket challenge. Which pizza do you like best? Are you old-school and believe that it’s not really a pizza if it […]

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Guest Post: Nostalgia, Party of Three.

As a young boy, I never had the chance to spend much time at lunch counters in the “city.” I grew up rural, henpecked with country chores and limited only by the amount of sunlight in a summer day. There were very few neighbors around me, and much of my substance in my early years […]

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