In the Media

Featured on Food Network

Doe’s Eat Place No. 1 has been featured on multiple Food Network programs, including Feasting on Waves with Alton Brown, FoodNation with Bobby Flay, and Rachel Ray’s Tasty Travels.

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Featured on CNN

Doe’s Eat Place No. 1 has been featured on Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown on CNN (Season 3, Episode 6, “Mississippi”).

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The Legend Arrives
Michael DeVault, BayouLife

“Tucked in the quiet, elegantly dim cellar of Washington Plaza, Monroe restaurant history is being made. For the uninitiated, the name “Doe’s Eat Place” stands out as a touch strange, a curiosity. But for those in the know, the name conjures images of a ramshackle building in the heart of Greenville, MS, and some of the best tamales on the planet.”

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The Travel Channel’s
Steak Paradise Travel Guide

“Located in Greenville, MS, Doe’s Eat Place started as a small grocery store in 1903. Today, Doe’s Eat Place remains one of the most popular, family-owned steakhouse operations in the South.”

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100 Southern Foods You Absolutely,
Positively Must Try Before You Die

John T. Edge, Garden & Gun

Doe’s Porterhouse steak is featured in Garden & Gun’s 100 Southern Foods You Absolutely, Positively Must Try Before You Die.

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Gayot’s Top 10 Best
Steakhouses in the U.S. (2008)

“The iconoculture of American steakhouses sizzles. Tradition is celebrated through firmly-ensconced menu items and décor, many with a “man’s touch,” where carnivores are rewarded with bold cuts of aged meat and classic sides like creamed spinach or a gargantuan baked potato.”

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Best of the Delta 2017 – Best Steak

Doe’s Eat Place of Monroe was voted Best of the Delta (2017) for Best Steak.

Best of the Delta 2016 – Best Steak

Doe’s Eat Place of Monroe was voted Best of the Delta (2016) for Best Steak.

Best of the Delta 2015 – Best Steak

Doe’s Eat Place of Monroe was voted Best of the Delta (2015) for Best Steak.

America’s Classics
Award Recipient 2007 (Doe’s No. 1)

“Every one of America’s Classics has a unique story to tell, but together these restaurants represent the country’s rich fabric and illustrate how the closest communities cohere around food. As 2007 award recipient Shug Signa said about her family’s 68-year-old restaurant, Doe’s Eat Place in Greenville, Mississippi, “People come together, never meet a stranger, and it’s the American way.”

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