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Breakfast, Restaurants, Southern, Stores/Markets »
Everyone else probably knew this already, but somehow I only recently noticed that McDade’s has a hot bar at the deli counter. I heard a rumor that the breakfast* was an especially good deal, so I stopped at the Belhaven store (904 E. Fortification St, Jackson) on my way to work this morning.
The hot bar when I went offered scrambled eggs, biscuits, grits (cheese and regular), rice, gravy, toast, french toast, breakfast sausage, regular sausage, and bacon. I chose a biscuit, sausage, and cheese grits.
The biscuit was quite good, if …
Burgers, Restaurants, Stores/Markets »
I ended up at Mediterranean Fish & Grill (6550 Old Canton Rd, Ridgeland) when my first choice for lunch in Ridgeland fell through, but I’d been hearing good things about Med Fish (a nickname I just made up) for a while so I was happy to try it.
I wish I had gotten pictures of the inside. It is a large space, mostly a restaurant but also partly a grocery store. Around the edges of the dining area there are shelves of Mediterranean groceries, including dry goods and cheeses and drinks …
Restaurants, Sandwiches, Stores/Markets »
Paul Anthony’s Market (4500 I-55 Frontage Rd N, Highland Village, Jackson) is a butcher, caterer, and fancy-ish market that sells fresh seafood and prepared foods. All that would be impressive enough, but they also serve hot lunches and sandwiches, which you can take to go or eat at one of the small tables in the store or on the patio.
I got a brisket sandwich that was much more brisket than sandwich—the bread didn’t add much, but the brisket was great and plentiful. It had some crisp to it, some fat, …