If you are headed to Starkville to cheer the Alabama Crimson Tide on to another victory, be sure to budget some time to indulge in some of the great food in Stark Vegas. I mean, you have to eat at some point, so why not make it an experience?
No. 12 Alabama Crimson Tide takes on Mississippi State University, on Saturday, September 30 at Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field with kickoff at 8 p.m. That’s plenty of time to check out what Starkville, Mississippi has to offer.
From rivalry to ribs, Starkville's mouthwatering culinary delights will impress Bama fans. As a Bite This! foodie and MSU alumna, most of the spots on the list I can vouch for their delicious treats and southern hospitality.
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Check out this foodie guide for Alabama Fans. The touchdown of flavors that will have your taste buds cheering for more but not for the Bulldogs.
Bop’s of Starkville
Bulldog Burger Company
Central Station Grill
Dave’s Dark Horse
The Little Dooey > Bite This! Favorite <
The StaggerIn Sports Grill
Two Brother’s Smoked Meats
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