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RESTAURANT WEEK

HATTESBURG RESTAURANT WEEK 

›› OCT. 12 - 18, 2020 ‹‹

 

VisitHATTIESBURG is pleased to announce the city’s third annual Restaurant Week! By partnering with local restaurants to highlight culinary offerings, VisitHATTIESBURG expects the event to attract foodies from across the region and bolster sales for Hattiesburg’s eateries.

 

Visitors and residents will enjoy the week’s overall theme, OctoberFEAST. Favorite menu items and Restaurant Week-only specials will be featured at more than 35 local restaurants. Starting Monday, Oct. 12 and continuing through Sunday, Oct. 18, diners are encouraged to try new tastes across the city.

 

 

FOODIE GUIDE 2020

Check out the 2020 Restaurant Week Foodie Guide to begin planning your yum-filled week! We will continue updating the guide leading up to Restaurant Week, so check back for more. 

 

 

VisitHATTIESBURG is giving away prizes DAILY through social media. How do you win? Do these things. ››

  1. Post a Restaurant Week food pic using #EatHBURG
  2. Share with your friends on social media. Make sure it's public so we can see your post, too!
  3. Repeat! Each post will get you another entry. 

 

›› Bonus: Leave a review on Trip Advisor or Yelp at your favorite Hattiesburg restaurants. 

 

HATTIES[BURGER] TRAIL 

VisitHATTIESBURG launched the new HATTIES[BURGER] Trail on Monday to kick off the city’s 3rd annual Restaurant Week. The trail highlights local restaurants throughout the city that offer hamburgers on their regular menu.

 

In 2016, residents officially claimed the nickname “Hattiesburgers,” and the HATTIES[BURGER] Trail is a play on this moniker.

 

With 33 locations featured on the trail, foodies can identify participating restaurants through a HATTIES[BURGER] Trail marker displayed at the entry. Eateries are also listed on the trail’s new brochure, which can be downloaded or picked up at the brochure rack at the Visitors Center (5 Convention Center Plaza).

 

The HATTIES[BURGER] Trail is designed to be enjoyed by residents and visitors from across the US as an ideal socially distant activity for families and friends to enjoy at their leisure. Hattiesburg’s more than 200 local restaurants are safely operating within public health guidelines and are open to satisfy a variety of culinary cravings.  

 

DOWNLOAD THE HATTIES[BURGER] TRAIL MOBILE BROCHURE

 

CULINARY CRAWLS

DOWNTOWN HATTIESBURG

  • Stops at The Porter, Blu Jazz Cafe, Fairley's Wings & More, and Art of Roux at Southern Prohibition
  • Type: Dine-In
  • Cost: $45/person
  • Date: Tuesday, Oct. 13
  • Times: 5:30PM & 7PM
  • Purchase Tickets
  • Limited capacity, masks required when not eating

NEWPOINTE SHOPPING CENTER (WEST HATTIESBURG)

  • Stops at Half Shell Oyster House (appetizer), South Mouth Deli (entree), Smallcakes (dessert)
  • Type: Carryout
  • Cost: $32/person
  • Date: Wednesday, Oct. 14
  • Time: Pick-up begins at 5:30PM
  • Purchase Tickets
  • Must order in advance to receive 3 in 1 special. 

 

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR RESTAURANTS

In accordance with guidance from local and state leadership, we continue to encourage the support of small businesses during this time. Please explore our restaurant listings to plan your meals from eateries that have made accommodations following Hattiesburg's social distancing guidelines. 

 

According to the City of Hattiesburg's latest Executive Order, restaurants are operating within these guidelines:

  • 75% maximum capacity 
  • There must be six feet of separation between each party/group that is dining
  • Parties are limited to 10 customers per table
  • All dining, both indoor and outdoor, must close by 1:00 a.m.

 

Read more about how Hattiesburg is safely open for you.