Meet the family that makes steaks that people drive 500 miles to eat.
This Delta landmark made breakfast for President Obama during his campaign tour. Watch this video to see all the down-home goodness Buck's Restaurant has to offer!
The Queen City of the Delta
The Blues, Antebellum
homes and cotton plantations. Classic Delta dining. Native American burial grounds.
Art and literature. Casinos and gaming. Looking for entertainment, art, music, history
and pure, unabated Delta tradition?
Say "Hello" to Greenville, Mississippi. Birthed as a booming central city for business
and trade, today Greenville stands as the iconic heart of Delta creativity, heritage,
culture and outdoor adventure.
history can be found through tons of fascinating museums including The 1927 Flood
Museum, the Greenville History Museum, the Winterville
Indian Mounds Museum, the Hwy 61 Blues Museum, the Greenville Air
Nearby, the famed Jim
Henson Museum celebrates
the birthplace of international entertainer Kermit the Frog.
Entertainment & Dining
Venture to downtown Greenville and
you’ll find hotspots such as the Walnut Street Blues Bar, a funky
and intense blues joint where they mix ‘em strong and play it loud. It’s
nothing to see legends such as T-Model Ford show up to play a set with just a phone
Across the levee stands are two casinos,
and nearby Nelson Street -- the mid 1900’s
Doe's Eat Place is one
of Greenville’s most famous dining landmarks and portrays the Delta dining
experience to a T. When was the last time you picked your own steak from the freezer?
That's what we thought. Don't
miss out this legendary establishment! Equivalent to today’s Beale Street this truly is a one
of a kind historic landmark on the Mississippi Blues Trail.
With the Mighty Mississippi and two
spectacular lakes, Greenville is an ideal outdoor sports and vacation destination.
From boar hunting, championship fishing and air boating across the bayou to a relaxed
day of bird and nature watching, enjoy the outdoors
in one of America’s most
beautiful natural settings.