I eat at every McAlister's Restaurant when given the chance to travel. I must say that the Vicksburg McAlister's is by far the worst that I've ever encountered and will drive to Clinton when in the mood for a football sized spud. We paid $7 for a muffaletta disguised as a mustard sandwich. The worst part is the manager argued that it was right. The chicken grilled sandwich was more like lettuce and chicken with no other toppings. I will not go back to the Vicksburg location. I also like the history of this restaurant because it began in my home town. Wished they wouldn't omit the garage doors when they build new restaurants.
Diamondjacks Casino and Hotel, situated at the main entrance of Vicksburg, MS, overlooks a majestic bend of the mighty Mississippi
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Anchuca (circa 1830), a Choctaw Indian word meaning 'Happy Home,' is one of the most significant antebellum homes in Vicksburg
and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Surrounded by stately live oaks, brick walks lead one around ...
The park was established by Congress in 1899, to commemorate one of the most decisive battles of the American Civil
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