I am happy to be semi-retired from the restaurant business after 42 years and 7 restaurants later. I am enjoying concentrating on what I love- sharing the culinary knowledge I have gathered through the years. I look forward to having you in one of my classes soon. When in Natchez I have a few reccomendations for great dining experiences.
My brother, Peter Trosclair has the Natchez location of "Biscuits & Blues" where you can find the best smoked ribs, chicken and southern style seafood and of course biscuits! for over 20 years @315 Main Street Natchez (601-446-9922) Natchez is the biscuit capital of the world and another not to miss place is "The Little Easy" open daily from 7am-2pm and 5-9pm boozy brunch all day It's a real Natchez experience not to be missed @114 High Street at Canal (601-653-0774)
There is a new restaurant Frankie's on Main- I helped design the menu and recipes. I am not involved in the day to day. Frankie is an amazing host and his mother Cathy and her huband Marty are often there greeting guests as well. My favoirte are the frog legs with chimichurri and the shrimp bao buns, for those who miss my brisket, you can find it here! Great cocktails and the decor is fabulous!
My former restaurant Regina's Kitchen is now "The Kitchen" @ 312 Main Street (769-355-2165) the new owner Greg Everhart and his wife Kim continue to have music in the bar and a good dinner menu he also has a music venue called Locust Alley on Main Street.I
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