Mississippi State Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Mississippi State; our list of the best things to see, including Mugshots Grill and Bar, Local Culture Frozen Yogurt and Starkville City Jail.
  • The best place in Mississippi State: Mugshots Grill and Bar

    Mugshots Grill and Bar

    101 N Douglas Connor St
    Home of the "Best Burger in Mississippi" 5 years and running!
  • Local Culture Frozen Yogurt

    Local Culture Frozen Yogurt

    500 Russell St.
    Taste the difference http://localcultureyogurt.com/
  • Starkville City Jail

    made most famous by a Johnny Cash song of the same name
    City Hall, (662) 323-1491, [8].
    restaurants nearby
  • Bulldog Bash

    (between Col Muldrow Dr. and Maxwell St) The Cotton District, [10]. Since its inception by the Student Association in 1999, Bulldog Bash has strived to be the premier, student-run music event in the south. In seven years, this has grown to be the largest, free outdoor music festival in the state of Mississippi with crowds numbering over 30,000. The headlining act for 2006 was Sister Hazel. Other performing artists included R&B artist Cheri Dennis, Contemporary Christian rock band Big Daddy Weave, singer/songwriter Rob Blackledge, and the Vicksburg, MS native Patrick Smith. Free.
    food nearby
  • Starkville Community Market

    Corner of Jackson and Lampkin Streets
    Each Saturday morning May through October, the local farmer's market sets up and sells local, homegrown and produced vegetables, baked items, and crafts. Rain or shine there will be a crowd!
  • Rick's Cafe

    Rick's Cafe

    319-B Hwy. 82 East
    Also follow us on Twitter! @ricksstarkville Spring 2012 Format
  • Casa Bravo Mexican Restaurant

    Casa Bravo Mexican Restaurant

    123 Highway 12 W
    Home-style Authentic Mexican Cuisine
  • UMI Japanese Cuisine

    UMI Japanese Cuisine

    315 Hwy-12 W
  • Stromboli's


    408 University Dr
  • Abner's Restaurant

    Abner's Restaurant

    518 S Montgomery St
    We have 6 store locations: South Lamar Oxford, MS: 662-232-8659 W. Jackson Oxford, MS: 662-236-3080 Starkville, MS: 662-338-0098 Tupelo, MS: 662-891-4649 Brandon MS: 601-824-8904 Cordova, TN: 901-754-1760
  • City Bagel Cafe

    City Bagel Cafe

    511 University Dr
  • Little Dooey

    Little Dooey

    100 Fellowship St
    Barbeque in Starkville, Mississippi, The Little Dooey™ has become the most popular barbeque destination in the region, attracting regular, local diners and guests from all over the country. The menu was created around the time-honored recipes and sauces of the founders, Barry and Margaret Ann Wood. The name for the restaurant is also a Wood Family tradition where “a little dooey” means a fun gathering of friends and family.
  • Oby's


    504 Academy Rd
  • The Veranda

    The Veranda

    208 Lincoln Grn
  • Harvey's


    406 Highway 12 E
    Browse five delicious restaurant concepts created by one great company: Harveys Restaurants, the Grill, Sweet Peppers Deli, Bulldog Deli, Park Heights.
  • Restaurant Tyler

    Restaurant Tyler

    100 E Main St
  • Old Venice Pizza Co

    Old Venice Pizza Co

    110 E Main St
    Much more than just great pizza. Old Venice is your passport to a superior dining experience. Delivering upscale cuisine in an approachable way, Old Venice blends old-world sensibilities & southern hospitality with an energetic, modern style.
  • Bulldog Deli

    Bulldog Deli

    702 University Dr
  • Jean Cafe

    Jean Cafe

    103 Rue Du Grand Fromage
  • Petty's BBQ

    Petty's BBQ

    103 Hwy 12 W
  • La Terraza

    La Terraza

    111 Eckford Dr
  • Central Station Grill

    Central Station Grill

    200 S Montgomery St Ste A
  • Strange Brew CoffeeHouse

    Strange Brew CoffeeHouse

    605 Highway 12 E
  • Bop's


    127 Highway 12 W
  • Bin 612

    Bin 612

    612 University Dr
  • Zorba's Greek Tavern

    Zorba's Greek Tavern

    100 E Main St
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Mississippi State uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.