This video is in partnership with Visit Jackson MS. GOD SENT Southern SOUL FOOD and Museum Hopping in Jackson, Mississippi!
During my third day in Jackson, Mississippi the City with Soul I experienced some amazing soul food and I went museum hopping. We started the day eating breakfast at Estelle Wine Bar & Bistro in the Westin Jackson.
Next up we passed by the Mississippi State Capitol building on the way to the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum. It was an intense and emotional museum experience!
For lunch I hit up Bully’s Restaurant for some delicious soul food! I ate some fried catfish and pork neck bones! It was really really good!
From there we visited Medgar Evers House. Medgar Wiley Evers was an African American civil rights activist in Mississippi and the state’s field secretary of the NAACP. His historic house museum was built in 1956, it was the home until his murder in 1963.
To end the night we headed back to Johnny T’s Bistro and Blues on Farish Street for some delicious food. We had so many things: -Shrimp & Toast -Shrimp & Grits -Chicken Wings -Lamb Chops
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