Thursday, May 7, 2020

Where to Eat?

Here are a list of restaurants opening up this weekend for limited dine-in service in the Jackson metro area.  Feel free to add any you know of in comments or email to kingfish1935@gmail.com.

Ridgeland-Madison
Koestler Prime
Kathryn's
Primos Cafe
Mama Hamils
Vailios
Cinco de Mayo
Trace Grill
Kristos
Buffalo Wild Wings
Tico's
Sal & Phil's
MM's
Two Rivers

Pearl-Flowood-Brandon
Table 100
Fanin Mart
Eslava's Grill
Los
Parrilleros
Primos Cafe
Buffalo Wild Wings

Learned
Gibbes

78 comments:

Anonymous said...

Fannin Mart opened today.

Anonymous said...

SO irresponsible! Expect another spike in cases and fatalities in a few weeks, stay home to protect everybody!

Anonymous said...

@ 12:38 - No. You stay home and protect yourself if you feel so inclined.

Anonymous said...

Sad for (most of) the people whored out , I mean employed by these places. Fuck science!

Anonymous said...

Primos in Flowood is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Anonymous said...

@12:38, stop it. It is not your responsibility to make sure every body is saved. Can I get an Amen!. Ima gonna repeat if for ya holier than thou self, it ain't yo resposabilitay to make sure everybody is saved. Can I get an Amen!

Anonymous said...

@1257, thanks for looking out for me, but I think I can handle it from here.

Anonymous said...

They won't be getting anything from me until there is a Vaccine. I could care less if any of them go out of business. That's the chance you take when you make any investment.

Anonymous said...

We're in the middle of an experiment and human lives are the bargaining chips. If everyone follows the guidelines then hopefully we won't see an explosion of new cases. However, given the average Mississippian's inability to abide by the restrictions so far I have my doubts they will do any differently this time around.

Here's the million dollar question. What happens if we see rapid growth of cases in a month? If we suddenly see hospitalizations increase from 400 to 600 do we then rein things back in or do we let it continue until the medical system is overwhelmed?

According to Tate he is depending on the responsibility of Mississippians to act prudently. I'm betting many inevitably act like a bunch of high-school rednecks or back-alley thugs and refuse to do anything to keep things controlled. When they show they are not worthy of being trusted will our officials then step in to ensure they don't cause another epidemic?

I'm not against opening up restaurants as long as it can be done without causing uncontrolled community spread. I'm just concerned there isn't a plan in place for what to do if it does, or that plan is being deliberately hidden to give people a false sense of security.

Anonymous said...

Damn, I thought for sure the Dutch Bar would have been on that list.....

Anonymous said...

@12:38
I can assure you that your weakening your immune system by staying in. Look at the countries that practiced herd immunity... only reason we stayed in was to not overwhelm hospitals and not to protect people. Jesus... you are a moron. Our hospital had 4 COVID patients... a spike? Well by that logic go buy a bubble. We have no vaccine for flu yet people go out. We have vaccines for very few viruses.

Anonymous said...

1:08 .....Its' called "The Great Commission".

Anonymous said...

@1:24 We do have a vaccine for the flu. It might not be 100% effective but it is available every year and does cut down on the number and severity of cases.

Please list the deadly infectious viral diseases we don't have a vaccine for. HIV and Ebola are the only two that come to mind. SARS & MERS were under development but died out before human trials could be completed. The common cold is caused by a variety of viruses and isn't serious enough to justify the expense to develop a vaccine.

On the other hand, we have vaccines for polio, smallpox, measles, mumps, rubella, hepatitis, diphtheria, HPV, and viral meningitis. Sounds like we can prevent many more serious diseases than we can't.

Anonymous said...

So irresponsible-----Said every government employee sitting at home earning the same paycheck you earned last February, I hope this s#&t never ends. Woo Hoo. Go Corona

Anonymous said...

"We have no vaccine for flu yet people go out."

Bullshit. We've had flu vaccines for at least 25 - 30 years.

Anonymous said...

@12:57
You are either a troll or clueless.. Look at Sweden nearly reached herd immunity look at Belarus as well as some South American coutries... imperial college the model used to show how bad this can be has now been proven a false model. Us physicians are the ones hosed. Keep hospitals empty in case... well now you want to stay inside until a vaccine ? We have no vaccine for flu also we have no vaccine for majority of viruses... we have vaccines for only a small amount. Americans immune systems are generally weaker due to over sanitary environments. Get a hold of yourself. Science? Science proves your worse off staying inside. Funny how people have no medical or research background and say the word science. Tell me some more science.

Anonymous said...

Staying in did NOT work in NY. 2/3 of the patients had STAYED AT HOME.

Anonymous said...

We have vaccines for FEW viruses?? WTF.

The list is longer for viruses than for bacteria, son. We have polio, rubella, mumps, measles, rabies, HPV, vaccines etc etc etc.

Where do the non science types come up with this derp?

We have NO vaccine for flu???? What planet are you on? We had up to 100 MILLION dead from the 1918 flu pandemic. Have you heard about that? Heard about the flu vaccination program? Interested in living and helping others live from the Fall's Second Wave coming? Get a flu shot, Hoss.

Buy a bubble? Hey, suggestion, learn to read first and then buy that first book. Say, "The Great Influenza," or "The Plague," or "Bring Out Your Dead." Killer works.

About real killers, and not Fatty the Clown the FreeDumb Fighter with an AR toy.

Anonymous said...

@1:38 Your source for Sweden achieving herd immunity? According to https://covid19-projections.com/sweden Sweden has 4.5% total infection rate which is nowhere near the 60% - 75% needed to grant herd immunity. Sweden may not be experiencing the level of infections and deaths as other countries, but it isn't because of herd immunity.

Anonymous said...

@12:57 I’m sad for you that your vocabulary is so limited you have to resort to vulgar language to make a point.

Anonymous said...

I just want to go stuffit at the buffit at Ichiban Chinese Buffet. Mister Panda Pants voice has been in my head for weeks now!

Anonymous said...

@1:37 - Yes them and the employees making more by staying home on UI than they do by actually working. The only people who aren't concerned about the economic havoc this is causing are the ones who aren't personally economically hit by it - or fear the long term consequences of staying shut. Businesses have to open up sometime. Some of us actually take pride in earning our own living.

Anonymous said...

We will continue to order take-out food only. I don't want restaurants to fail but I can read, listen to medical experts instead of internet trolls and politicians, and wear a damned mask even if it is not 100% efficient in protecting us from coronavirus because it is better than nothing. The great fallacy of reopening everything as your economic or social salvation is that people like us will not be participating very much in the "economy" - but all you yahoos go right ahead and do whatever you want. Pick your teeth and nose while grocery shopping at WalMart, rant about your "constitutional rights" (LOL), cough all over each other at church, and call the rest of us wimps.

Anonymous said...

Sweden - 24,623 Cases and 3,040 Deaths ...

12.35% death rate.

Who is giving you the info that Sweden has used a good model? Seriously, I've never seen bs so easily exposed.

Anonymous said...

“I am the slime oozing out from your TV set. You will obey me while I lead you, and eat the garbage while I feed you.”
— Frank Zappa

Anonymous said...

"Staying in did NOT work in NY. 2/3 of the patients had STAYED AT HOME."

You just can't really be that stupid, can you?

Uhhh, 100% of the people in prison had lawyers, so don't get a lawyer.

Duh, 2/3 of the largely vulnerable people indoors got sick, and 100% of the folks in the hospital are INDOORS, too!!!!!!

See!!!! Stay away from Hospitals!!!! Stay outside!!!! Run!!! Sleep in the pasture, Bubba!!!

A proud 3rd grade dropout on the job. SMH.

Anonymous said...

"Here is your food. Enjoy the steak. It is medium-well. Don't call us in a week when you are sick. And don't have your relatives call us in two weeks when you are dead."

Anonymous said...

You can really tell who watches Fox News and who doesn't.

Anonymous said...

"STAY AT HOME" and "OBEY THE SCIENCE" - phrases only written or spoken by people in May 2020 who have been on paid vacation (salary or the unemployment pay raise) since March, have no responsibilities to anyone other than their dependents and their biggest worry is what the idiots are doing at Home Depot and what the fuck to watch on Netflix tonight.

Anonymous said...

@216, so the rest of Sweden that did not die from it, what happened there? Did they never get the virus, and if not, why?

Anonymous said...

‘Stuff your eyes with wonder, live as if you’d drop dead in ten seconds. See the world. It’s more fantastic than any dream made or paid for in factories. Ask no guarantees, ask for no security, there never was such an animal." -- Fahrenheit 451.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this!

Anonymous said...

Nothing in life is without risk. You take a risk by getting out and driving your car. In any other year you take a risk going into a store or a restaurant when the flu is going around. What did you do when the bad swine flu was going around a few years ago? Nothing shut down then, people died from it, same with just regular flu. If you feel like you should stay home then stay home. It’s time to get back to normal. Eat healthy and well balanced meals, get sunshine for vitamin D (boosts the immune system) and exercise. There may not be a vaccine for a long time. What if there is never a vaccine? They never developed one for HIV. Life must go on. Oh, and turn off the TV.

Anonymous said...

@1:23 If you ever drank at the Dutch Bar you are immune to the virus. I miss that place.

Anonymous said...

I wonder where Favre is eating

Anonymous said...

I’m with @2:39. The stay-at-home order was an effort to slow the curve, wasn’t it? Haven't we done that? If you look at the actual graphs put out by the CDC isn’t the shaded area under both curves about the same area? One’s just really tall but short in time; and the other is short in concurrently sick but drawn out over a lengthy time. Isn’t that exactly what we’re doing? Or, did the CDC actually mean for the Total Economy of the United States to cease for 18 months until a vaccine could be developed.

Anonymous said...

Lawd, I'm dying from the corona!

The Real Team Chaos

Anonymous said...

When interacting with the public or anyone just remember the Golden Rule: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Think of others as you go about your business...My reservations are set at Anjou Monday Evening. BWC

Anonymous said...

H1N1 infected 60 million Americans and caused 12,500 deaths during the entire year it was active. It had a mortality rate of 0.02%.

COVID is estimated to have a mortality rate of around 0.5% and has already killed 75,000 people in just over two months even with the aggressive mitigation.

They are in not comparable. COVID has a mortality rate 25 times higher than H1N1 and would result in 300,000 deaths if it gets to the same penetration as H1N1 did. It is very likely to exceed that without mitigation as it is more contagious as well.

Anonymous said...

@1:43
Just a few with no vaccines..
Malaria, schistosomiasis, cylomegalovirus
Dengue
Hookworm disease...

Anonymous said...

I wonder how attitudes would change if everything was shut down except gas stations, grocery stores, pharmacies and medical. No retail or service at all. No restaurants. Not even take out. Interesting to consider if people would band together to beat the virus or band together in defiance of the government. The way its been for 2 months is like the police walking up on 100 people shooting firearms into the air and arresting 3 of them while advising the rest to just be careful.

Anonymous said...

Shapley’s is open

Anonymous said...

1:21, so you've placed absolute trust in a model and plan developed by the government - mmmmmmkay! How do you know that if we follow a bunch of poorly reasoned rules conjured out of thin air that we will avoid a mass outbreak? I'm sure you read that in New York 60% of the cases came from folks who were "quarantined."

Anonymous said...

@3:07
Your premature in your death rate claims for COVID... until ample mass testing happens no one knows the true death rate. Many people have had COVID and assumed it was flu or cold. If your medical or science based in your field you would know many many people have recovered and aren't on record. Don't be a news watcher and claim you know anything. My guess will be it's more along the same rate as H1N1... too many people have recovered and were asymptomatic.

Anonymous said...

@3:14 Malaria, schistosomiasis, and hookworms are all parasites, not viruses.

Cytomegalovirus has a very, very low mortality rate except for people on immunosuppressive drugs for organ transplants. The study I found said there were 777 deaths over a 17 year period with a mortality rate of 0.0017%. Even though it infects 80%-90% of the population is just isn't serious. It's like the chickenpox.

I'll give you Dengue even though it has a mortality rate of only 0.01%. Because it is so widespread it still causes 40,000 deaths worldwide.

Anonymous said...

1:38 wrote:

“Us physicians are the ones hosed.”

and

“We have no vaccine for flu also we have no vaccine for majority of viruses... “


There are only two possibilities: either he just pretends to be a physician or he is a dangerously incompetent one. May you please reveal your identity, 1:38? I would like to avoid ever coming close to you. Maybe the powers in place should also look into revoking your license.

Scary...

Anonymous said...

@3:46 There is no way possible COVID has the same rate as H1N1. COVID has already killed 6.25 times more people than H1N1 did when it infected 60,000,000 people. In order to get the same mortality rate COVID would have already needed to infect 375,000,000 people and that exceeds the entire population of the United States.

Are you seriously suggesting every American has already been infected, or are you pulling numbers out of a hat? At least I try to show my sources.

Anonymous said...

I had a late lunch at Primos in Flowood, and they were doing a brisk sit-down business. An employee sprayed my hands with sanitizer when I walked in, all employees were masked and gloved, and customers were observing social distancing.

My lunch of turkey and dressing, black-eyed peas, and fried green tomatoes was great - all in all, a very nice experience.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Again slow the curve never did we say no more virus before we slowly start back sounds like Primo s others are opening every responsibly. Lets keep it up. If we get a huge spike the "I told you so's " will pull a muscle patting themselves on the back

Sho Nuff said...

Where the hell did all these chicken littles come from? I thought Americans, especially southerners, had some grit to them. So sad to see the demise of the American spirit.

Anonymous said...

"An employee sprayed my hands with sanitizer when I walked in"

Did this employee let you (spray them down) with your sanitizer of choice ?








Anonymous said...

@5:12, what have you the idea that a bunch of air conditioned big bellies with an 8th grade vocabulary had grit?

Anonymous said...

For those of you talking about the number of COVID deaths, can you please be specific in detailing the criteria for a death to be classified as a COVID death? Then, will you please detail the criteria for a death to be classified as an influenza death? Are these criteria the same and is the infection the primary cause of death or a potential factor in the death for it to be classified as a COVID or influenza death? Is there additional money in terms of reimbursement for a COVID case? I don't know the answer but am curious and I know that many of you follow this minute by minute.

Anonymous said...

The weak minded have been programmed.

Anonymous said...

I'm just ready to go to Bonsai dang it !!!

Anonymous said...

Do any posters on this redneck blog know the difference in YOUR and YOU'RE?

Anonymous said...

the lobbyists will be a ticos tonight plying all the legislators with steak , booze and hookers.

Anonymous said...

5:29 - The person at 5:12 meant to say that southerners have grits but didn't know how to spell it.

Anonymous said...

Please bring back the Dutch Bar! Pick it up and move it but bring it back.

Anonymous said...

Hell, take me back to Dutch Bar and J Rags Cherokee!!
I’M ALL IN!!!

Anonymous said...

"Even though it infects 80%-90% of the population is just isn't serious."

Cytomegalovirus causes some major birth defects when a pregnant woman gets infected.

Anonymous said...

@7:35 That is a rare occurrence. Yes it is very serious to the individual, but the extremely small number of cases makes it an issue that would never justify a vaccine and doesn’t threaten a significant number of people. Nice to see you are placing a greater emphasis on each life though.

Anonymous said...

I'm old now and sometimes my memory plays tricks on me, but my belief is (When I took virology during graduate school) was that Dengue has no vaccine because it is a poor folks (third world) ailment. Dr. McCamish said what the world needed was for Dengue to happen in first world countries, because then a vaccine would be developed. Until then, there was not enough money in the vaccine to influence the pharmaceutical companies into developing one. Not long after virology, I went to work as a scientist for a major pharmaceutical company, as quickly discovered she was correct.

By the way, my favorite disease still is Tsutsugamuchi Fever. Horrible disease Africans get when from mite bites.

Anonymous said...

Well, to be honest with all of you, if it took a global pandemic to get the good folk of Jackson to start talking about bringing the Dutch Bar and the Cherokee Inn back into existence, all this bullshit might be worth it in the long run.

Sho Nuff said...

Sure 6:16. One has an extra E and an apostrophe. Anything else we can help you with? Stiff neck grammar cop.

Anonymous said...

"doesn’t threaten a significant number of people"

Do you have any idea how many women give birth every year? Are any of them immune from getting infected with CMV while pregnant?

Would you like to adopt a baby devastated by congenital CMV infection?

We routinely screen newborns for diseases as rare as, or more rare then, CMV infection. We can invest in vaccine research.

Anonymous said...

Sal and Phil’s opened on Thursday

Anonymous said...

I was looking at mortality rates and didn’t fully consider the other results. Still, there are a lot of viral diseases that have a vaccine which should give us hope one of them under trial will work and we should continue reasonable mitigation until we do all we can to get one.

Anonymous said...

How about Joker's on McWillie? Turkey sandwich and cup of gumbo.

Anonymous said...

Well, here comes the Catch-22.
If you had a job at these places and don't return to work, you can be fired. When you are fired, you aren't eligible for unemployment or compensation.

This will reduce the amounts of government compensation dramatically. I suspect this is a major reason for pushing reopening from some politicians.

That said, my concern is for those in the kitchens. With limited menus or " specials", safety has been doable. I've not been concerned about ordering from restaurants doing that.

Anonymous said...

Two Rivers is open. I'm going tonight. I spent enough time in the Dutch Bar. Nothing can live in my body. Damn, I miss that place.

Anonymous said...

8:05 am, I hope so as well. Sadly, this is not like other viruses that were pandemic. It is not appearing to be seasonal and it mutates and gets stronger.

You can only have a livelihood if you are alive. And, the skilled workers needed in an economy die and ( as you can see), so do the health care workers and first responders.

I understand the tragedy of losing a business in a pandemic. My father lost his in '58. But, because he had been good at that, and paid his debts ( albeit slowly) banks were willing to refinance him in time and he recovered. I have been rich and poor and rich is more comfortable, but I learned more while poor about " the real world" most live in.

Anonymous said...

1:38-"Funny how people have no medical or research background and say the word science. Tell me some more science."

So many of you armchair immunologists can't get the correct your or you're down. How am I supposed to take you serious on your infectious disease prowess if I cant trust you to know your & you're. Tell me some more grammar while you're working on the science.

Sho Nuff said...

Another grammar cop? You're dealing with the medical profession. Have you seen their penmanship? If you have, do you expect their grammar to be better? Grammar cop.

Anonymous said...

Fat Tuesday's is open, and it looked like they were doing a good business at lunch today.

Anonymous said...

@ Sho Nuff, if you want to sound educated and taken seriously, learn how to spell and use correct words. Please tell me where I am wrong.

Anonymous said...

I went to Callaway with Emery Oxford. Still miss the Dutch Bar -- and the Cherokee, and Pasquales.

Shuckers has the same vibe.

We tried Koestler's after seeing the ad here, King. We will return.

Anonymous said...

Not worth the risk. Stay home.

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