Fondren Downtown (Jackson), Mississippi
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The Strawberry Cafe!!Family Meals To Go....give us a couple of hours and we’ll feed the family...call 601-856-3822 for more information!!! We’ll even carry it out to you if you prefer to not come in! #supportlocal #eatlocal #familyfirst

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The Strawberry Cafe!!

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Little Willies BBQ!!!

The Pig & Pint!Is this already the Mondayest Monday that you’ve ever Mondayed? Then you need this Fried Baloney Sandwich! Place an order for curbside and prepay online at pigandpint.com. Call when you arrive, and we will bring your order to your car.
***Warning may be habit-forming.

#mississippibbq #mississippibarbecue #mississippi #barbecue #housemade #baloney #bologna #sandwich #friedbaloneysandwich #bbq #southernbbq #bbqporn #foodporn #madeinms #citywithsoul #comfortfood #fondrenclassy #thepigandpint #fondren
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The Pig & Pint!

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5 hours ago

Visit Jackson, MS

"Southern comfort is a story, a story that needs to be told."

-Chef Nick Wallace

In the company of Birmingham, Alabama and Atlanta, Georgia, see why Visit The USA showcases the #CityWithSoul and why we can't wait to have you here again to see why Mississippi is "becoming a food state."

Sit a while: we have stories to tell.
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3 days ago

Visit Jackson, MS

The Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership is encouraging you to participate in a new initiative, The Great American Buy Local Day on Tuesday, April 7, to support local businesses, the communities they serve, and millions of people they employ.

During this time of social distancing to stop the spread of COVID-19, there are many locally-owned businesses suffering the effects of the Coronavirus and subsequent lockdowns in Jackson.

Even though we're socially distancing, there are still ways to support local businesses by shopping them online, buying gift cards, utilizing services of essential companies, referring a friend, or leaving a positive review online.

Examples of how to support local business include:

* Get a vehicle serviced or repaired
* Shop at a locally-owned grocery store
* Order take-out or delivery from a locally-owned restaurant
* Complete your taxes with a local CPA
* Fill prescriptions
* Complete exterior home renovations
* Order products from a locally-owned business and have them delivered or do a drive-by pickup

These suggestions are not limited to businesses that are still open. Leaving reviews or referring friends to companies that are temporarily closed is a thoughtful gesture!

Support The Great American Buy Local Day on Tuesday, April 7!

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The City of Jackson - Government says it is taking “reasonable measures to ensure the safety of our citizens and those who attend to healthcare needs,” issuing a stay-at-home order, “contemplated under greatest of necessities.”

The order is effective at midnight Friday, April 3 (Governor Tate Reeves office issued a similar statewide order this afternoon, effective Friday at 5 p.m.)
Thank you to our hospitality partners who are providing a home away from home for medical workers and others during this time and offering special rates:

Residence Inn by Marriott-Jackson/the District at Eastover, Hilton Jackson, the Jackson Downtown Convention Hotel (formerly Jackson Marriott), the Hilton Garden Inn Jackson Downtown / King Edward Hotel and Holiday Inn Express & Suites Jackson Downtown - Coliseum

Contact these properties for further details.

#citywithsoulstrong #jxnstrong City of Jackson - Government
Our world-class tourism industry in Mississippi is facing a challenge like never before.
 
122,850 jobs – our state’s fourth-largest employment sector - serve the destinations we are proud to showcase with music, culinary, literature, artistic and Civil Rights history.  
 
$150M in project investments in Jackson this year alone means restaurants, attractions, hotels, and urban development need you to plan ahead.
 
When our current crisis comes to an end – and it will – make your plans to visit the City With Soul, a place with a reputation for warm, welcoming locals and a spirit of perseverance.

Start planning your trip to Jackson today at visitjackson.com.
 
#SaveTourism #DontCancelPostpone Visit Mississippi
The JXN Welcome Center will be temporarily closed. 

We thank you for your understanding and hope, if you need information about Jackson, you reach out to us at getsocial@visitjackson.com or through direct message on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter (@visitjacksonms). 

We are still here to serve you! Wash your hands (!) and be well.

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Want to learn more? Contact Jonni Webb: 601-505-8985 or Jonni@frontdeskusa.com