We’ve already discussed why it’s important to take advantage of your Convention & Visitors Bureau as go-to guide for all things local while planning your wedding whether that’s in-town or out-of-town! But today, we’re taking it one step further with Visit Ridgeland! We’re breaking it down to give you all the good spots on where to dine like a local in Ridgeland, MS!
As the folks over at Visit Ridgeland say, “Brunch with the girls. A dinner to remember. Or lunch for the whole soccer team. No matter what you’re craving, Ridgeland is a destination for dining well. So come hungry. And if the weather’s nice, sit at one of our many patios, porches or decks. Looking for some live music while you dine? We’ve got you covered there too.” Doesn’t that sound like a good bit of everything? That’s what makes it perfect for a wedding weekend. Your guests will love having multiple options and there’s a place for any preference.
Al Fresco Dining
With warmer temps here in the South for the better part of the year, al fresco dining is the perfect option! Just think your rehearsal dinner under the stars or a lovely post-wedding brunch on a sunny day. “In Ridgeland, you can comfortably enjoy your oysters on the half shell, salmon benedict, or applewood smoked bacon burger as they were meant to be enjoyed—at a patio table just steps away from where they were made.”
Steak Capital of Mississippi
Ridgeland, MS has earned itself the title of Steak Capital of the state! According to Visit Ridgeland, it not only has the most steakhouses of any other city in Mississippi, but also the best with raves from national food critics like CNN, Business Insider and Men’s Journal. So how about a nice steakhouse setting for you two during a romantic retreat? Sounds amazing to us.