Roca was originally part of the Vicksburg Country Club and is situated just south of the town close to the National Military Park, making it ideal if you’re looking to grab a bite to eat after touring the battlefield and war cemetery. The food is a combination of classical European style dishes made with a touch of Southern inspiration and has been rewarded with Certificates of Excellence for 2014 and 2015 from TripAdvisor.com due to consistently excellent customer reviews. On the menu are dishes like beef fillet with red wine plus shallot butter and catfish almondine with green beans, toasted almonds and lemon butter.
Roca, 127 Country Club Drive, Vicksburg, MS, USA, +1 601 638 0800
Café Anchuca is housed in the Anchuca Mansion, a handsome, columned, antebellum era, mansion built by a local politician in the Greek Revival style and survivor of the Siege of 1863. Don’t expect to just drop in for lunch though, as the café is only open for brunch on Sundays, tapas from 4pm-5:30pm and dinner from 5:30pm-8:30pm Monday through Saturday. Amongst the main courses on offer at Café Anchuca are pan-seared shrimp with Creole grits, roasted catfish, filet mignon with a honey ginger glaze, or surf and turf mixing filet mignon with shrimp.
Café Anchuca, 1010 1st E St, Vicksburg, MS, USA, +1 601 661 0111