Mississippi Bar Kitchen – True American Southern Comfort Cuisine

The Bar/Restaurant takes its inspiration from the Mississippi River, which makes its way through the countryside of America from Minnesota towards New Orleans. Along the way the river meanders past a multitude of cities and states by which Mississippi Bar Kitchen is influenced.

The interior is a mixture of industrial and colonial influences. The indoor conservatory with its wooden furniture transports our guests to the pre-industrial south of the United States.
Alongside food from the American South, the menu offers a variety of cuisines such as: Louisiana Kitchen, Tex-Mex, Soul Food and dishes from our smoker oven, altogether a true southern comfort cuisine.

Experience our unique dishes such as a mouthwatering slow smoked brisket, crabby steam pot, hushpuppies, or crocodile burger accompanied by twisted fries. Furthermore, we have various vegetarian and vegan options and every meal can be topped off by our homemade desserts and pastries, like our mud cake and pecan pie. Take a seat in our laid-back setting and indulge in everything the Mississippi river has to offer.

Our BAR has unique authentic American cocktails and a huge selection of U.S.A. beers.

Think bigger? We also offer spaces for larger groups (200-250 pers.), including a secluded space for 20-80 people. For even bigger groups (200-350 pers.) you have the possibility to rent the entire location and have us organize the event including entertainment, drinks, bites and buffet.

Come and experience true Southern Comfort Cuisine and hospitality at the Mississippi Bar Kitchen.

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The Mississippi River

The Mississippi River is the second longest river (3766 kilometers long) in North America. The name derives from the Ojibweg-word ‘Messipi’, meaning large water. The river flows through and along the states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi and Louisiana and ends in the Gulf of Mexico.