Known as "Hub City," Hattiesburg is conveniently located at the intersection of six major US highways. More than just a stopover spot, Hattiesburg offers visitors a plethora of attractions and activities. The historic districts of Hattiesburg are some of the most intact neighborhoods in Mississippi. The Mobile Street District preserves the city's African American heritage, and the Hub City, North Main and Oaks Historic Districts feature tree-lined streets and buildings dating back to the 1880s.
Things to do in Hattiesburg
4.5 based on 263 reviews
Trying to stick to a vegan lifestyle. I had the drunken noodles (recommended by waitress) and they were superb. Very good service and food. I happened to be on business this particular trip and I was able to conduct some online stuff while at the table. This place would be fine for business meeting, groups, families with children. It is an all around great place. I didn't have my children with me but noticed that have a separate kids menu with the typical chicken nuggets, etc.
4.5 based on 301 reviews
Last time here food was fantastic- this trip it was pretty bad. The catfish was cooked in bad oil, not good at all. The others in my group had chicken and ribs.. the chicken was dry, get better at Winn Dixie! The Ribs were the only main course that was done well. So, all in all not a good dining experience and can only hope this was just a one off and not something that will continue.
4.5 based on 173 reviews
Come and fall in love with our authentic Cuban Food! We serve the best Cuban Food in the State Side!
Stopped in while passing through Hattiesburg and wow what a find! Small restaurant serving outstanding Cuban cuisine. My brother and I both had a Cuban sandwich which was amazing. The pork was tender and the combination of the ham, cheese and pickles was great. My sister in law had the fish and she loved it. This is a must visit when in Hattiesburg.
4.5 based on 389 reviews
Several new family members were able to attend the event and they had heard all the great things about the food and the great staff of at Leatha's and were excited to have the opportunity to see what everyone else was saying about the restaurant. It goes without saying that they were not disappointed and were very pleased with the experience.
4.5 based on 647 reviews
This was an awesome place to eat 2 years ago. The Ettoufee was incredible back then. Now it tastes (and looks) like it came out of a can. The Fried Shrimp were okay but not for the price. The Stuffed Mushrooms I’m pretty sure we’re frozen but the Roumalaude was excellent.
4.5 based on 201 reviews
This is a obviously preferred beer joint. It's menu is okay, but appears to be an after-thought after beer offerings and taps abounding throughout. At least at the Hattiesburg location, do NOT get any seafood offerings. The Hodge-Podge sandwich I got today consisted of overcooked, rubbery shrimp and, I mean, coalified fried oysters (as in coal black and as tasteless).
4.5 based on 277 reviews
If this place dry does the "best burgers in Hattiesburg", I'm glad I didn't try the worst. Just to be clear, the food isn't dreadful, it's just quite bland. The sweet potato fries were outstanding, but everything else was a bit listless, and the supposed "sourdough" bread was nothing of the sort - just poor quality, mass produced white, which was rather sweet. A bit like commercial briosch, but certainly not sourdough! The service was slow, unsmiling, and not remotely welcoming. If I'd been in the UK, I'd not have bothered leaving a tip in all honesty. The beer selection is good, with local and international offerings including from the local micro brewery, but you might as well just buy some craft ales from the shop and get McDonald's take out. The effect would be the same but you'd spend much less.
4.5 based on 125 reviews
My husband and I ate here for the first time while passing through Hattiesburg. The burgers here are wonderful but they are quite large. We opted to share one to make certain that we would be able to drink one of the shakes. The shake was delicious. I don't remember the name but it had cookies and brownies. Oh so good! If you like burgers and shakes, you must give this place a try!
4 based on 178 reviews
Tabella is a traditional Italian restaurant in a non-traditional Italian city. Superb quality, quality and taste of all your favorite Italian dishes.
Equally as good is the service. From check in to check out an abundant staff will handle everything for you...and ensure you leave full and happy.
My family and I will be back the next time we are in town.
4.5 based on 159 reviews
Ate here 4 times in two weeks while visiting family over Thanksgiving holiday. Seafood and steaks are great, but I go for the raw oysters. Great service and food. Will definitely be back over the Christmas holidays for more oysters on the half shell.
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