Reviews on American food in New Albany, Mississippi, United States. New Albany is a city in Union County, Mississippi, United States. The population was 8,526 at the 2010 census. New Albany is the county seat of Union County. New Albany was first organized in 1840 at the site of a grist mill and saw mill on the Tallahatchie River and was developed as a river port. New Albany is the birthplace of author William Faulkner as well as Eli Whiteside and Bettie Wilson and the adopted home of Morris Futorian, father of the Northeast Mississippi furniture industry. As of 2010 New Albany has a population of 8,526 and is known for its education system, well-educated labor force and strong work ethic. The city houses modern factories, robust neighborhoods and vibrant shopping centers, while at the same time preserving its historic downtown area.
3 based on 35 reviews
Not a regular choice of restaurants but traveling to Arkansas with my mother I chose Cracker Barrel. The store is no interest to me and the food is not my favorite but I had a grilled chicken salad today. The chicken had good flavor and the greens were fresh. Croutons seemed stale but tomatoes were good. Deviled egg halves were a bit wet for my taste but had good flavor. The wedge of cheese was an odd addition but I enjoyed with the crackers. Vinaigrette dressing was ok. Overall not a bad traveling meal.
Kiara was a great example of excellent customer service. My meal was so tasty. Easy to access location.
3 based on 24 reviews
We're Always Cookin' There's something about a freshly made meal, prepared just for you. Maybe it's a waffle sundae to celebrate the day you get your braces off, or a plate full of loaded hash browns after a Saturday morning soccer game. Whatever the occa
We just needed a quick meal before heading for a night's rest across the street. We ordered the special 2 double cheeseburgers with fries, which was prepared and delivered pretty quickly. Drinking water, with tip, the total bill was around $10. The store had been renovated a year or so back, so it looks above average for a Huddle House restaurant. Overall, a pleasant experience, if you can say 45 minutes is time to make a reasonable assessment.
Bankhead Bicycle Club, locally known as BBC, opened in 2015. It's interior was designed and executed by owners Frank and Tracy Vainisi, Chicago natives who grew up working in restaurants around the city, and reflects the couple's love for an industrial vi
Mea culpa, I don't remember what the burger my husband ordered was called...so bear with me as I describe it. Imagine this...a lovely locally sourced burger topped with melted white cheddar, situated on top of a slab of FRIED CHEESE. The generous "flaps" of the fried cheese were gracefully draped over each side of the burger, creating the image of bumblebee wings. Not only was it a feast for the eyes, it was a feast for the mouth. Delicious. It was truly BRILLIANT.I ordered the portabella "burger". Simply dressed with a garlic and basil, roma tomatoes and fresh mozzarella. Fresh tasting and delightful.The onion nest was super yummy but like most thinly sliced breaded and fried onions, you have to eat them quickly as they get cold if you wait too long.Beer selection was nice, service was fantastic and attentive. Bankhead Bicycle Club is a five star winner of a eatery. Conveniently situated just a few doors down from the Tanglefoot trailhead.
4 based on 15 reviews
After hearing for years about Taylor's, my wife and I were passing through New Albany on a recent Friday night. It was seafood/steak night. It honestly tasted as though every item on their buffet line had been heavily breaded and then deep fried in the same grease. The fried shrimp tasted like the chicken which tasted like the fried green tomatoes which tasted like the catfish etc. It was so bad it was funny, at least until I got the bill then the humor level subsided. I don't know about the rest of the week but I can assure you that I will NEVER go back to Taylor's.
4 based on 32 reviews
Just for your travelers out there, when you click on the map icon to see where this restaurant is located it's wrong! For locals obviously not a problem. For out-of-towners like us it was. So just to spare you the ordeal, mcallisters will be directly off of the interstate I-22. We hate to eat "fast food" when traveling so a call in or online order to this place was perfect for us. Great sandwiches as always and perfect sweet tea. They did forget my daughters salad dressing which when you are traveling 9 hours away was a bit of a problem. But other than that no complaints, just TripAdvisor needs to adjust the location on the map. Happy travels!
4 based on 31 reviews
Went on a Friday night, was seated quickly and our server took or drink order as well as out dinner choices. We went to the salad bar and it is a nicely apportioned one with multiple choices and is consistently refilled with fresh ingredients. Then we wait, and wait, and wait while our server visits with friends at the next table and even sits in a booth on the other side of us to chat. After 40 minutes we ask if she might check on our food and she says that there are a few people ahead of our order. We have seen people come in and be seated after us and observed them eat and get their check before ours was brought to the table. It took 50 minutes from ordering to be served. Go if you want, but be prepared to WAIT.....
5 based on 19 reviews
The Rainey brings forth a new generation of southern cuisine with local ingredients, fresh produce, and creole influences. Located in the heart of historic downtown New Albany, we strive to stay connected to the roots of great cooking. A casual fine dinin
Enjoyed our booth seat with the color-changing wall fireplace beside us. Everything was well-prepared and delicious. Ordering the fresh catch was a wise choice. Though expensive, learning each weekâs catch is line-caught by an individual fisherman in the Gulf and driven up to the restaurant each Thursday made the cost fair. Youâll not get inferior, mass-produced, and/or frozen fish at The Rainey. The casual atmosphere of the old brick and weathered wood floor makes it a gem. Following our meal, we walked along the Tanglefoot Trail across the street under the fool moon and evening constellations. Jennifer, thanks so much for the 5 star review. We are so glad to hear you enjoyed the fresh fish at The Rainey as well as the atmosphere. We hope you can dine with us again soon!
4 based on 38 reviews
Plenty of parking or drive through, friendly staff, great food at reasonable prices. If you want a burger or chicken...regular it spicy...this is your place. We drive all the way from Memphis to eat here.
4 based on 62 reviews
Great place for eating, then taking home a second meal because 1,000 calories at a time is enough for anyone. Young, inexperienced wait staff with ample charm to make you want to forgive and tip big anyway. Owners have more than a clue.
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