Reviews on American food in Grenada, Mississippi, United States. Grenada is a city in Grenada County, Mississippi, United States. The population was 13,092 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Grenada County.
My wife and I eat the a couple of times a month. Their lunch is always good, easy to get in and out if you are in a rush. Friday night and Sunday lunch are our favorite times. Excellent buffet, excellent steaks and excellent service.
3 based on 25 reviews
A group of 4 ladies stopped on our way home from a Florida beach trip... our last meal together. Friendly and fast service. The food was great and kept hot and cold as needed. Relaxed and casual atmosphere. We enjoyed our meal very much.
3 based on 56 reviews
We got there at 5:30 pm on Friday night. Wasn't busy service was slow. Buffet needed restocked. But when done food was good.
3 based on 67 reviews
I am sorry to give this Applebee's a score of 1, but they were terrible. The wait was forever to be seated, then have someone get your drink order, steak was dry, and we ordered 2 appetizers to go (when we placed our original order), and it took over 40 minutes to get them. I went to the front to ask for my money back or the appetizers. They did not have enough people working and I felt sorry for the lady who was serving many tables. 4 people actually left the restaurant because the wait for a server was soooooo long. Also, please dust your wood blinds because they are dirty.
4 based on 72 reviews
Voted BEST STEAK, BEST FAMILY RESTAURANT & BEST SEAFOOD! Local family owned & operated full service steak, seafood buffet, daily buffet, crawfish restaurant at the main entrance to Grenada Lake. Patio, bar, private back dining room, catering, delivery ava
Seafood and vegetables. Gumbo is NOLA good. Shrimp is good. Catfish is good. Some items were not hot. Mustard Greens were good according to my wife. Desserts were ok. Not appealing. 22$. Menu is available. 7 miles off I-55 in Grenada, MS. Average at best.
4 based on 23 reviews
I fond this place based on recommendations from locals. I do agree they have good food but the service needs improvement. I travel and eat all breakfast/lunch/dinner at restaurants for over 20+ years. Mainly the service issues i experience here are due to most all young girl waitresses/bartender with chip on their shoulder. The front and back of building is different restaurant but share same kitchen in middle. The same owner. Simone is only good service i experience at front bar. I only came back because goid food, but service makes me want to eat at other restaurants.
4 based on 46 reviews
I came in around 4:50 pm and or ordered a double shot of Cuervo Tequila in one glass with salt and a lime on the rim and a small Margarita. I then ordered the Carnitas. The waitress told me it would be have price Margaritas in 10 min. I told her ok it probably would be 5 by the time the drinks arrived. Shot and Margarita came a few after 5 and the food came a little while later. Food and drinks were great. I ordered another round of drinks. They arrived and the Margarita wasn't full and tasted real sweet not like the other one. I looked at the double shot and it looked less than a regular single shot. I asked the waitress what happened. She said Happy Hour. I said the Margarita was the only Happy Hour. The Shots wher $7 each. $28.00 for the shots. $3.00 each for small Margarita. Carnitas were great though. Go before or after 1/2 price Margaritas to get and the proper amount in a shot. LOL!
4 based on 52 reviews
While our food was up to McAllisterâs good taste, this particular site had a dirty flood, many dirty tables and the bathroom needed attention. Maybe I visited at a bad time but Iâve never been in a McAllisterâs so dirty.
3 based on 271 reviews
If you like BBQ this is the place to go, the cheese and meat tray and the sampler were excellent appetizers. The stuffed baked potato is huge, shrimp poboy was excellent. The service one evening wasn't so fast, but we weren't in any hurry.
4 based on 112 reviews
Orleans has a great selection of cajun cuisine. From seafood to pasta, even a burger or two (that are fantastic). The space is great for couples and small groups. There is a meeting room in the back if needed. The artwork scattered throughout the front helps to make it feel more authentic. The balcony overlooks Main Street and you're welcome to dine there if the weather permits (afterall it is MS and we make those judgements calls one day at a time). Orleans is just around the corner from Lofts on the Square (B&B) and Molly's Place, a bar and grill.
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