This is a favorite stop for those who want a heavy lunch in a light atmosphere. The red beans and rice plate, jambalaya, ... More
Que Sera Sera
This is a favorite stop for those who want a heavy lunch in a light atmosphere. The red beans and rice plate, jambalaya, fried pickles and Works Burger are particularly good. The restaurant also attracts a regular after-work crowd to its deck for a quick pitcher of beer and endless banter about the woes of office life. For the sports lover, the televisions are always on, and the bar is always open. It is located in the Fondren shopping district only a few miles from downtown.
Staying overnight at the Cabot Lodge we asked the deskclerk where we could get some of the best food Jackson had to offer. He said just down the street on North State is a small unassuming restaurant famous for their seafood gumbo & redbeans and rice.We decided to try them out. To our surprise they had a full menu of steaks, omelets,poboys,fresh seafood and more. I had the fried artichoke hearts & crawfish etouffee while my wife and colleagues ate everything from fried pickles to pastas. To our delight everyone raved about their meal. We were told tht the chef had trained in New Orleans for several years before returning to Jackson which was his home town. Plus one for Jackson, minus one for New Orleans.I Would rate this place worth a drive from anywhere.
Our destination was New Orleans, but we stayed overnight in Jackson. We drove around looking for a place to eat as we were staying near the capitol. We'd narrowed it between Que Sera and some place that looked pricey. From the outside it looked like a burger doodle, but we were pleasantly surprised! Their seafood pasta and fried alligator can't be matched, much less beaten. It was a light hearted atmosphere and our server was friendly and helpful. This was 2 years ago and the experience stayed with us so well we wanted to make an overnight to Jackson just for this alone! We're planning another New Orleans trip and calculated into it is an overnight in Jackson specifically to get to Que Sera and we almost can't wait! It doesn't beat the budget, the food is great and starts our vacation on a high note.
The greatest food and ambience in an upscale casual setting. The updated renovations with the fireplace and enlarged outdoor dining patio are wonderful. The gumbo and red beans are legendary and the seafood and sandwiches are divine. Any type of cocktail you wish is available.
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