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 Trosclairs 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-7pm boozy brunch all day and they do have one of my biscuit recipes! It's a real Natchez experience not to be missed @114 High Street at Canal (601-653-0774)
My former restaurant Regina's Kitchen is now "The Kitchen" @ 312 Main Street (769-355-2165) the new owner Greg Everhart continues 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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