EAT, STAY, PLAY: NATCHEZ
Natchez is one of the oldest continuous European settlements on the Mississippi River. Famous for its breathtaking homes and it's historic tours, Natchez is a charming, walkable, and vibrant community. Named by Forbes in February 2021 as “One of The Best Places in America to Travel Right Now,” Natchez provides opportunities for outdoor activities, exploration of history, and the excitement of a thriving community with a variety of shops and venues for all.
Rolling River Reloaded offers a variety of simply southern classic dishes with a creative twist to give guests a truly "Soulful Southern Experience." Packed with flavor, each dish is prepared with care and inspired by rich, generational history.
The Natchez Brewing Company, the first brewery in this historic city, is run by husband-and-wife duo Lisa and Patrick Miller. England-native Lisa is the owner and founder, while Natchez-native Patrick creates the recipes for their unique, southern-inspired craft beers including the Bluff City Blonde Ale, the Natchez Light Lager and more. Their taproom also serves freshly made brick oven pizzas.
For margaritas and world-class tamales, stop by Fat Mama’s Tamales. This Natchez institution serves tamales and other Mexican fare, along with house made fire and ice pickles (cold and crunchy, with a kick). When the weather is nice, enjoy your tamales and margaritas on the shaded deck.
With it's view looking out over the Mighty Mississippi and the bridge spanning the waters of the great river, the Natchez bluff is a natural attraction not to be missed. The path stretching along the hillside is the perfect venue to enjoy a serene walk or to stop and experience the spectacular view of a sunset over the river.
Biscuits & Blues features live entertainment in an intimate setting by solo artists or small musical groups, typically playing blues or acoustic guitar. Performances take place during dinner hours, when the restaurant serves up Southern fare, but often run later
Natchez "Under-the-Hill", was the landing site for river travelers. Today the site includes a variety shops and venues including the Under-the-Hill Saloon. Built around the turn of the 19th century, this is the place to make friends with local characters, peruse the memorabilia on the walls, and listen to live music. Sit in one of the rocking chairs on the front porch for a beautiful view of the Mississippi River.