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Price of beef surges at Oxford grocery stores

The price of beef at Oxford grocery stores is rising as restrictions are loosened and more businesses reopen in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. ... Read more

5 days ago by Ana Martinez.

Oxford eateries taking coronavirus precautions: who’s open and who’s drive-thru only?

With the threat of coronavirus outbreak and the CDC recommending against the gatherings of 50 or more people, many local eateries are taking their own ... Read more

2 months ago by Nathanael Gabler.

The Inn at Ole Miss announces McCormick’s, new bar-restaurant

After receiving resort status last year, the Inn at Ole Miss will soon be taking advantage of it on a daily basis. The hotel, located ... Read more

5 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford’s No Time 2 Cook expanding to Walmart, Krogers across the South

When Karen Kurr began her business, No Time 2 Cook, in 2005, she was preparing dishes out of her home. Fifteen years later, Kurr has ... Read more

7 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford School District’s cafeteria staff receives healthy cuisine training

When Oxford School District students return from summer vacation, they may see some different lunch options when they walk through the cafeteria line. Earlier this ... Read more

12 months ago by Jake Thompson.

John Currence to open new restaurant on the Square

The building at 208 South Lamar Boulevard might be viewed as cursed by some people, but John Currence sees the building as an opportunity.   The ... Read more

12 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Local restaurants have alcohol license suspended

Two Oxford establishments are unable to serve alcohol for a week after having their alcohol licenses suspended. Buffalo Wild Wings and El Agave were served ... Read more

12 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Snackbar’s Bhatt wins James Beard Award

When Vishwesh Bhatt heard his named called he was in a state of disbelief. This was not the Snackbar’s first time as a nominee, but ... Read more

1 year ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford Community Market set for 2019 season

Spring is in full swing, and with it comes the season openings of farmer’s markets around the country. Next week, the Oxford Community Market will ... Read more

1 year ago by Jake Thompson.

Saint Leo opens new lounge on Square

Saint Leo is expanding its footprint on the Oxford Square. The restaurant debuted its sister location, Saint Leo Lounge, on Thursday. The new lounge and ... Read more

1 year ago by Jake Thompson.

Try it yourself: How to make 3 alternative Thanksgiving side dishes

Every year, hundreds of Thanksgiving dinners are populated by the same dishes.  Sure, you can stick with the usual Thanksgiving dishes, but why not try ... Read more

2 years ago by Chris Kwiecinski.

Oxford chefs, foodies detail their favorite Thanksgiving sides

These Oxford food experts make Thanksgiving sides that aren’t your typical mashed potatoes, or green casserole. When Thanksgiving rolls around, there’s usually a turkey – ... Read more

2 years ago by Chris Kwiecinski.

Saint Leo’s Emily Blount selected for James Beard Program

Emily Blount, owner of Saint Leo restaurant on the Square, has been selected for a fellowship at the James Beard Foundation’s 2018 Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership ... Read more

2 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

Crave Dessert Cafe Opens Oxford Location on College Hill Road

Award-winning Tupelo dessert café Crave is officially open for business in its new Oxford location. Crave has become somewhat of a mainstay in the downtown ... Read more

2 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

The Trusty Diner opens for business in Water Valley

The Trusty Diner, owned and operated by chef Lawton Gafford, opened earlier this month at 205 North Main Street in Water Valley. Gafford has a ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Report.

Oxford Canteen moving out of the alley

Oxford Canteen, a “food truck without wheels” concept, will soon be moving to a new location. The original location, in the alley next to the ... Read more

3 years ago by Andy Belt.

Clear Creek Produce has flourished quickly

By Reid Posey news@oxfordeagle.com Long before starting Clear Creek Produce, Matt Britt showed an inclination towards farming. On trips to his grandfather’s farm as a ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

King’s creates quality food ‘off the beaten path’

By Reid Posey news@oxfordeagle.com Before opening their new restaurant, King’s, owners Corby King, Adam Mathews and Wylie Coleman all took their own unique path through ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Tallahatchie Gourmet has a location on the Square

By Reid Posey news@oxfordeagle.com Tallahatchie Gourmet has come a long way since opening its doors some 15 years ago. Owner Angele Mueller traced its humble ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

John Currence dedicated to ‘spirit’ of Oxford

Oxford captured the heart and imagination of chef and restaurateur John Currence 25 years ago and he has been working since to bring the best ... Read more

3 years ago by David Magee.

John and Lauren Stokes introduce Oxford to a Mediterranean-style restaurant, Tarasque

French folklore tells of a beast called the Tarasque, which was tamed by Saint Martha, the patron saint of cooks. The legend says that she ... Read more

3 years ago by Andy Belt.

Applebee’s closed in Oxford

Applebee’s on Jackson Avenue has closed its doors permanently. DineEquity, the restaurant’s parent company (which also owns IHOP), has had a difficult year. According to ... Read more

3 years ago by Andy Belt.

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