by Anais Eliseeva
When people walk into La Brioche Patisserie, the scent of coffee and fresh pastries envelops them. Jazz melodies such as "La Javanaise" by Madeleine Peyroux and "Le Temps D'un Jazz" by Daniel Roure play in the background, giving the place a touch of romanticism reminiscent of a classic European pastry shop.
by Brinda Fuller Willis
Since 2014, Millsaps College football fans have been able to enjoy a beer at Millsaps games in the college's beer garden in the north-end zone.
by Malcolm Morrow
For the past two years, 30-year-old New Orleans native Mike Mosley has been serving up Cajun-inspired cuisine to Jacksonians and getting widespread acclaim for his culinary creations at 1693 Redzone Grill, where he is the chef and co-owner.
by Brinda Fuller Willis
On a Saturday morning in July, Alyssa and Jon Bryant are setting up at the Mississippi Farmers Market in downtown Jackson to sell a variety of sweet treats, such as chocolate-chip cookies and waffles.
by Arielle Dreher
It's a Thursday night in July around 8:30 p.m., and the lounge section of BRAVO! Italian Restaurant & Bar is packed and full of life as people partake in the restaurant's new daily event, Social Hour.
by Cam Bonelli
Awards from local cooking competitions adorn a wall in the dining hall of St. Andrew's Episcopal Cathedral in downtown Jackson.
by Rachel Fradette
When Madison native Ryan Cassell returned home to Mississippi after a number of years in Charlotte, N.C., he quickly brought a new perspective to Jackson staple Fenian's Pub.
by LaShanda Phillips
Sinikia Nelson spends hours mixing ingredients and perfecting designs to create candied or chocolate-covered fruits and snacks, and more. Nelson, whose passion to help people fuels her, runs her business, Unique Kreations by Sinikia, out of her kitchen.
by JFP Staff
Nicole Medrano knows what it takes to be a woman in a male-dominated field. She stepped into the role of executive chef at Saltine Oyster Bar in January, and recently, she became the executive sous chef at Seafood R'evolution at the Renaissance in Ridgeland. Let's see what this chef keeps inside her bag.
by Dustin Cardon
The restaurant scene in metro Jackson is constantly changing, growing and becoming more competitive. In the last 15 years, we've watched the region become a food mecca, especially with more locally owned restaurants. Here is some of what happened in the metro area's restaurant scene in the last year.
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