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Brunch with the girls. A dinner to remember. Or lunch for the whole soccer team. No matter what you're craving, Ridgeland is a destination for dining well. So come hungry. And if the weather’s nice, sit at one of our many patios, porches or decks. Looking for some live music while you dine? We've got you covered there too.
Our Ridgeland restaurants are dedicated to "The Mississippi Restaurant Promise," a public pledge created by the Mississippi Restaurant Association that outlines MS restaurants' commitment to utilizing every safety and sanitation measure in order to protect their customers and employees.
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The 2020 Mississippi Cyclocross Series is on, with Spooky ‘Cross set for October 31 and November 1 and Cyclocross Festival later in November on the 21 and 22. These outdoor, social-distanced, fresh-air races are FREE for kids making for a fabulous way to spend a fall weekend. Just what is Cyclocross, you may ask? Way back …
Get in gear for National Bike Your Park Day on Saturday, September 26! In order to safely celebrate this year, National Bike Your Park Day will be “virtual.” What does this mean? There won’t be a big event in one location with multiple cyclists. However, we still want you to celebrate the joy of cycling and …
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Make plans to #VisitRidgelandResponsibly and safely attend the socially-distanced, outdoor Renaissance Euro Fest Classic European Auto and Motorcycle Show Saturday, October 10, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For the 12th year in a row, the great automobiles and motorcycles of Europe will be coming to Renaissance at Colony Park in Ridgeland, Miss. Entries in the show will be …
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We are honored to introduce you to guest blogger and UK based writer, Jeffyne Barne, through this incredible piece about traveling in Ridgeland, Mississippi. Thank you, Jeffyne, for your contribution to our readers! When it comes to traveling, big cities like New York or Los Angeles tend to get the most attention. So, why …
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As we continue navigating day-to-day life without seeing our loved ones, it can become discouraging and monotonous. We all miss large family gatherings and interactive social events, but we aren’t sure when it will all be “normal” again. One thing is for sure: sending a thoughtful gift in the mail can uplift spirits and bring …