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11 hours ago

Front Desk USA of Mississippi

Ole Tavern on George St!!Join us Saturday October 26th for our Annual Halloween bash. We will have costume contest with prizes for 1st, 2nd and sexiest costume. Your cover gets you a ticket for a chance to win a door prize. We will be bobbing for apples on the courtyard where you can win a paid bar tab. Come dressed to impress!! ... See MoreSee Less

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14 hours ago

Front Desk USA of Mississippi

Cerami's Italian Restaurant!!Our Weekday Special ...
Grilled Redfish on Angel Hair pasta with fresh tomato, olive, & basil salsa
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Ceramis Italian Restaurant!!

17 hours ago

Front Desk USA of Mississippi

Martin's Downtown!Lunch. Wednesday 10-23.
Grilled Salmon Caesar Salad.
Can we count you in?
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20 hours ago

Front Desk USA of Mississippi

Zeek'z Dogwood!Our salads are made with the freshest ingredients.🥬🥒🍅 ... See MoreSee Less

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16 hours ago

Visit Jackson, MS

The Southern Cutting Horse Futurity is underway at the Kirk Fordice Equine Center at the Mississippi State Fairgrounds through Saturday, October 26.

Professionals, novices and amateurs alike take to the arena in this nationally ranked cutting show, now in its 37th year, classified among the top 20 of the more than 1,800 such shows held in 2018.

The anticipated 1,200 spectators will be treated to nine days of action in one of the most popular equine sports—all with free admission. The best-of-the-best will vie for $309,577 in added money, plus a percentage of the entry fees!
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Visit Jackson, MS

Welcome new vendor, Atlas Greek Down South, to Cultivation Food Hall at The District at Eastover in LeFleur East!NEW VENDOR! 💥 Cultivation Food Hall welcomes Atlas, a concept owner Chad Segrest describes as “Greek Down South.” The menu features Greek staples such as a hummus plate, falafel, salads and gyros, each with a street food approach and subtle Southern twist.

The Greek meets South approach is most evident in Atlas’ house-made dressings including Feta Comeback and Feta Ranch. Wrap selections include a lamb gyro, roasted chicken, pan seared redfish, falafel or ham & cheese, all with the option of either a pita or lettuce wrap. Pictured is the Atlas Greek salad topped with pan seared redfish and the most delicious house-pickled red onions.

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Welcome new vendor, Atlas Greek Down South, to Cultivation Food Hall at The District at Eastover in LeFleur East!

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Albert Saad - A new place to try!!

Noel Didla lunch!

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Discover a world of elegance and charm in beautifully appointed guest rooms and suites with spacious living areas, queen and king beds, and whirlpool tubs in select suites. 

This is Jackson's historic Fairview Inn.

The property includes NomiSpa, Library Lounge At Fairview Inn and 1908 Provisions Restaurant.

Book your stay at fairviewinn.com.

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This Thursday during the Mississippi Museum of Art's Museum After Hours "Inktober," artists from around the city will team with VSA Mississippi for the first-ever Chalk Festival, curated by Art by Eli Childers, beginning at the Mississippi Museum of Art, continuing around the block towards the Arts Center of Mississippi and Russell C. Davis Planetarium, and culminating at Thalia Mara Hall.

The path will host some of the most creative artists the city has to offer and will be dotted along the way with food trucks and positive inspired images. Guest DJs will be spinning from the top of the new Big K.R.I.T. mural on the east side of the Arts Center.

The evening includes a Halloween costume contest, Art Lab pumpkin painting, and a screening of "Bill Traylor: Chasing Ghosts."

For more on the chalk festival: bit.ly/chalkfestival-MMA
For more on Museum After Hours: bit.ly/inktober-mma

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Here's to the weekend in YOUR city... #MyCityJxnMS!

🎃 The Mississippi Agriculture & Forestry Museum Pumpkin Adventure 2019 continues this weekend (and next weekend) in LeFleur East. Enjoy a hayride around the grounds, explore Small Town Mississippi, visit the General Store and tour the Heritage Center Gallery. On your way out, stop by the Pumpkin Patch and choose your very own pumpkin to take home with you. Admission is $8.

📿 The JXN Flea: Pop-Up Market + Party | Fall Flea Pt. 2 (seen here) is Saturday from 10 a.m. - 5p.m. - on a much cooler day and in a new spot, at Fahrenheit Creative Group, in downtown Jackson. It features top local vendors of furniture, vintage clothing, antiques and collectibles as well as products from local artisans, as curated by The Flamingo. Admission is free.

🎸 On Saturday, Cathead Distillery in downtown Jackson will host Cathead Distillery Blues Series, Weekend 1 with Anissa Hampton performing 2:30-4:30 p.m. and the Pearl Street Jumpers to follow from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Food, craft + domestic beers and games are part of the mix. Dog + kid-friendly and entry is $10 (kids under 12 get in for free).

🐎 The 35th Annual Southern Cutting Horse Futurity, in the top 15 cutting horse events in the nation, begins Sunday at the Mississippi State Fairgrounds downtown. Professional, novice and amateurs take to the arena for a purse anticipated to be upward to $500,000. Its free. 

🎹 Listen for Athens, Georgia indie-poppers of Montreal at Duling Hall Saturday night in Fondren. The show is at 8 p.m. and sure to sell out, so grab advance tickets at ardenland.net.

🏈 Spend your Sunday with fellow Saints at Saints Potluck Sundays! at Hal and Mal’s downtown. The game kicks off at 3:25 p.m. on the big screen in the big room with free potluck food, drink specials and games on the back deck. Who Dat say they can't find some like-minded fans on Sunday?

Discover more Jackson events at visitjackson.com/events

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Yes, the rumor is true:

Alcohol by-the-glass sales are now permitted on Sundays before noon! That means no more waiting to get your mimosa or Bloody Mary with brunch!

As a matter of fact, seven days a week, alcohol by-the-glass sales hours are now 6 a.m. - 2 a.m.

Cheers!

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