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A funky, supremely cool supper club throwback serving up blues, jazz and bluegrass alongside excellent eats (the chef's Southern fusion comes from his extended travels and backyard urban garden) and juiced up creativ...
Run by a Delta born-and-raised man, this club carries on the Delta blues tradition in its juke-joint atmosphere replete with artifacts from the owner's family farm and local art...
In Biloxi, there are eight – count ’em, eight – giant casino-resorts. Guests party the nights away drinking ‘Category 5 Hurricanes’ at the numerous Hard Rock Hotel & Casino bars and nightclubs.
In Biloxi, there are eight – count ’em, eight – giant casino-resorts. The rebuilt Beau Rivage has long been the king of the strip, a glittering gold behemoth that is to Biloxi what Bellagio is to Vegas.
This surprisingly awesome coffee shop has occasional live music on Saturday afternoons, serves Fair Trade coffee and is a minuscule epicenter of artsy-ness.
For a taste of the juke joint scene, we recommend Ground Zero , a huge and friendly hall with a dancefloor surrounded by tables.
It is usually open on Friday and Saturday nights, looks a little scary to first-timers, but it is one of Clarksdale's best jukes.
On the Square, this iconic music venue hosts some of the bigger names passing through town.
Also on the Square, this is where you'll find that soulful crooning on the weekends.
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