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OXFORD FOOD AND DRINK

There are a lot of great things about Oxford and one of those things is definitely the food.

With a local cuisine that is both hearty and satisfying, Oxonian’s have definitely earned bragging rights! From delicious local soul food, authentic ethnic dishes and modern culinary delights, trying Oxford’s cuisine is a must.

Oxford’s restaurants serve an exciting variety of cuisine.

Some great options:


MugshotsMUGSHOTS Grill and Bar

IT IS ALL ABOUT THE BUN. Sink your teeth into this signature sandwich detail and you will see what we mean. A half pound of choice ground round, grilled medium-well, served on a toasted sourdough bun with Brew City’s very own beer battered fries… Is your mouth watering yet?

2531 Jackson Ave W, Oxford     662-234-4651


Tre Amici

Tre AmiciTre Amici offers variations on the taste of Italy. The menu offers standard Italian fare, including pasta, pizza, as well as a range of juicy steaks and burgers. Try the Prince Edward Island mussels – simmered in saffron, white wine and herb broth with Andouille sausage or the freshly caught trout, which is stuffed with shrimp and crab, served over creamed spinach and finished with a zingy tomato chutney.

Tre Amici, 1107 E Jackson Ave., Oxford, MS 38655, + 1 662 232 1923


Toyo Japanese Sushi & Hibachi

Toyo in Oxford

Business Hours:
Mon-Thu: 11:00am – 10:00pm
Fri&Sat: 11:00am – 10:30pm
Sun: 11:00am – 9:00pm

The best sushi in Oxford. Choose between a quiet booth or perched on stools around the sushi chefs as they entertain diners with their culinary skills. The menu offers all of the traditional Japanese sushi and hibachi items, but also boasts choices that are compelling variations on this theme. For example, try the locally themed Mississippi Roll with spicy tuna topped with delectable, slim slices of white fish, salmon, tuna, krab meat, tempura flakes, roe, scallion, and luxurious eel sauce.

Toyo Japanese Sushi & Hibachi, 2305 Jackson Ave W #207, Oxford, MS 38655, +1 662 232 8668


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