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Somebody Feed Phil – Mississippi Delta Itinerary

Netflix: Season 4

Phil Rosenthal continues his trip in the Mississippi Delta after stopping in Memphis, and takes a road trip south. Through the trip, he gets to understand the food, culture, and most important of all, the people, that make the South the place that it is. See the locations, restaurants, and attractions he visited on the show.

For Part 1: Somebody Feed Phil: Memphis Itinerary


1. Abe's

616 N State St, Clarksdale, MS 38614


Phil's first stop along Highway 61 takes him to Clarksdale, Mississippi and a local restaurant started by a Lebanese immigrant in 1924. The food is the owner's interpretation of southern barbeque.

Tasted: Barbeque sandwich with fries

Hot tamale

2. Delta Meat Market

118 N Sharpe Ave, Cleveland, MS 38732


Phil's journey takes him to the town of Cleveland, named after the president Grover Cleveland. Here he finds a restaurant leading in the new wave of cuisine in the South, with innovative takes and with ingredients that are all locally sourced.

Tasted: Wedge salad with buttermilk dressing and garlic sweet chili sauce

Butternut squash soup with chickpeas, mint, and honey

Hangar steak frites with Hoover sauce (marinade)

Artisanal turkey sandwich

Sweet potatoes

3. Jim's Cafe

314 Washington Ave, Greenville, MS 38701


Phil heads to the town of Greenville and a family run diner opened since 1909. He sits at the "Table of Knowledge," which is a table where a group of old friends, who have all lived in the town for 50 to 60 years, dine everyday. He engages in great conversation with the locals, as well as eats the amazing food.

Tasted: Dirty burger (named after the son Dirty Brown) with onion rings

4. Doe's Eat Place