Located in Vicksburg, Battlefield Inn- A Vista Collection Hotel is in the historical district, minutes from Vicksburg National Military Park, and close to Warren County Courthouse. This hotel is within close proximity of Anchuca Mansion and Biedenharn Coca-Cola Museum.
Make yourself at home in one of the 117 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as coffee/tea makers and irons/ironing boards.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Enjoy recreational amenities such as a nightclub and a seasonal outdoor pool. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access and wedding services.
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Battlefield Inn- A Vista Collection Hotel.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, air conditioning in public areas, and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Event facilities at this hotel consist of a conference center, conference/meeting rooms, and banquet facilities. Free parking is available onsite.
When Don Newcomb, Debra Bryson, and Chris Newcomb opened the first Newk's (short for Newcomb's) back in 2004, they hoped to move away from the American traditions of fast food?that is, food that came out fast, but wasn't very fresh. So the foodies created a place that quickly dished out gourmet sandwiches dotted with pesto, crisp mixed-green salads loaded with housemade chicken salad, hand-rolled pizzas, and gooey mac 'n' cheese with asiago, white cheddar, parmesan, swiss, and Newk's signature pimiento cheese. It even has a variety of grab-and-go meals, including sandwiches, made-from-scratch soups, and pasta salads.
Since then, Newk's has expanded to a long list of locations across the U.S. The menu now boasts 600-calorie options that are at least 600 times more satisfying than a glass of water. It also caters to patrons with food sensitivities with its allergen menu tool.
Generations of Lachaussees have lovingly prepared Cajun meals from family recipes, using succulent cuts of game and traditional meats. For almost two decades, Chris Lachaussee has carried on the family tradition with a full menu of spice-laden, fully cooked meats that are ready to be heated and served. Chris and his staff craft the specialty meats and homestyle sides every day, ensuring that delectable portions of stuffed quail, pork tenderloin stuffed with cream cheese and bacon-wrapped jalapeños, and seafood gumbo arrive at patrons’ tables fresher than a ripe banana’s newest dance moves.
A hunk of brisket at VooDoo BBQ & Grill begins its journey suspended over a bed of pecan and oak logs. Coated in a dry rub of local spices, the meat slowly turns on a rotisserie rod for up to 16 hours, its skin crisping while the inside stays a warm pink. The chefs smoke all their beef brisket and pulled pork over logs from Louisiana-based trees to lend them the region's unique smoked flavor, even at the risk of confusing passing botanists. They lightly coat grilled sausages, chicken, and burgers in three signature sauces inspired by the state's Cajun recipes. To complement their menagerie of smoked and grilled meats, they sling a variety of southern sides such as corn pudding, greens, and potato salads. At each of the 13 locations, the aroma of roasting meat fills a space of dark-stained wood and wrought iron; dining rooms awash in a palette of reds, greens, and oranges buzz with the sounds of jazz and blues.
The heart-shaped sugar cookies that rise in the ovens at Abeeya's Bakery have been bundled up and shipped to destinations across the globe. Head decorator Dana Tucker and her team of bakers paint each of their signature cookies by hand—artisanship at its best. They also painstakingly add icing to customized birthday and wedding cakes with imaginative designs using their signature housemade frosting. Each day, the bakery display cases are stocked with freshly baked cookies, pies, cupcakes, and specialty desserts, creating a kaleidoscope of color beneath the playful movie posters that adorn the walls, a scene that conjures daydreams about which Baldwin would play Shakespeare in a modern biopic.
Cafe Delphi Greek and Lebanese Restaurant's proprietor, Mir Hassan, and expert chefs take taste buds on culinary tours of the cradle of humanity with an extensive menu of delicious Mediterranean delights. Paying homage to the ancient Greek tradition of filling up on breadsticks, appetizers prelude Near Eastern feastings with tantalizing dishes such as the fried-cheese or grilled-eggplant musaka. On main plates, Mediterranean samplers unite cabbage rolls, kibbeh, and a choice of chicken shawarma or gyros with meat tastefully dressed in a cape of grape leaves. In addition to tasty terrestrial meats, tongues swoon over sea specialties and vegetable entrees such as the Delphi?s fish topped with special pasta sauce and served with hummus and rice, or the vegetarian plate, a tasty m?lange of hummus, musaka, spinach pie, and feta salad.