Bars in Ridgeland

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Rick's Pro Truck Tire and Wheel Supercenter has been serving the greater Jackson Area for over 20 years. We pride our self on customer service and offering the very best name brand truck accessories.. Come by and visit our friendly staff and learn more about our product and we will help make " Your Truck A Statement"

3752 I 55 S
Jackson,
MS
US

Opened in September of 2012, Classics Sports Bar and Lounge takes the game-watching experience up a notch with pool tables, cozy couches, and several large flat-screen TVs. While sipping on a brew, patrons can also recline in one of the VIP room's burgundy leather loungers, complete with armrest cup holders and ottomans that double as bartenders.

5571 Robinson Rd Ext
Jackson,
MS
US

Keg and Barrel’s grub gurus sizzle up a selection of hearty pub fare, and its tap masters furnish chalices with sudsy selections from onsite Southern Prohibition Brewery and from hop-houses around the country, earning the drink haven a spot as one of Draft Magazine ’s top beer bars in America for 2010 and 2011. While perusing the list brimming with 55 on-tap beers and more than 40 bottled brews, nosh on an order of fried green tomatoes ($7) or chips and homemade salsa ($5). Then move on to more substantial spreads, such as the traditional fish ‘n’ chips ($8) or a selection from the bevy of burgers, seafood, and salads. John Neal’s chicken and waffles, much like a Pop Tart–flavored Hot Pocket, fuses the tastes of breakfast and dinner for a distinctive dining experience ($7), and the Sweet and Smokey sandwich lassos together turkey breast, provolone, and granny-smith apples between cinnamon-raisin bread for a highly inventive take on a traditional deli staple ($8). The knowledgeable staffers provide suggestions for beer pairings, helping patrons to find the perfect complement for any meal, from the wasabi-crusted tuna ($15) to a bag of smuggled-in fruit snacks.

1315 Hardy Street
Hattiesburg,
MS
US

Proprietor Anne Amelot-Homes and her father, executive chef Christian Amelot, want to fly you to La Ferté-Bernard, their hometown in France. Unfortunately, paying airfare for everyone who asks would be too expensive, so they opened Anjou—an eatery that aims to bring the cuisine of their French village stateside. And amid dark wooden furniture and stonewalls, their menu of authentic bistro fare achieves just that. Waiters whisk out plates of steak frites coated in maitre d' butter and bowls filled with cassoulet—stewed navy beans with sausage and duck confit. White tablecloths also frame American-inflected entrees such as Café de Paris burgers garnished with herb butter, brie, and Gustave Eiffel's abandoned blueprints for a New-York-Paris skyway.:m]]

361 Township Ave
Ridgeland,
MS
US

Traditions Fine Wine & Spirits lines its storefront’s rustic wood shelves with delicious vintage and trendy liquors. Throughout the 3,200 sq. ft. store, bottles from a variety of distributors wait to be paired with entrees with the help of a knowledgeable staff.

123 Grand View Boulevard
Madison,
MS
US

• For $7, you get $14 worth of pub fare for lunch. • For $15, you get $30 worth of pub fare for dinner.

6270 Old Canton Rd
Jackson,
MS
US