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Doe's Eat Place

502 Nelson, Greenville, MS - (662) 334-3315
Posted By Law on 10/26/2010 11:00:00 AM
I have been to Doe's several times, each time memorable. The only problem the people at my table had had was deciding between the T-Bone and the Filet. So we did what any meat loving person would do, we all had T-Bone's, with a Filet on the side for everyone to taste (who needs veggies). Delicious, and the Tamales are very unique, tasty, and addictive!!

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5 - Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
steak
16 Ounce Bone-In Filet
tamales
salad
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A porterhouse and French fries in the back room of Doe's: one of America's best steak dinners
"A porterhouse and French fries in the back room of Doe's: one of America's best steak dinners"
Michael Stern





Hot from the skillet, French fries are tossed onto a grate next to the stove in the middle of Doe's dining room.
"Hot from the skillet, French fries are tossed onto a grate next to the stove in the middle of Doe's dining room."
Michael Stern


For those dining by themselves, or with smaller appetites, Doe's offers the 10-ounce filet.
"For those dining by themselves, or with smaller appetites, Doe's offers the 10-ounce filet."
Cliff Strutz


Served in a sauce made with lemon, butter, garlic, and Cajun spices, broiled shrimp are an excellent way to start your meal.
"Served in a sauce made with lemon, butter, garlic, and Cajun spices, broiled shrimp are an excellent way to start your meal."
Cliff Strutz


Doe's sells its homemade tamales 'to go': three dozen per coffee can.
"Doe's sells its homemade tamales 'to go': three dozen per coffee can."
Michael Stern


Decor at Doe's! This old taxidermized bird was hovering above our table. That's cotton spilling out of splits in its noggin'.
"Decor at Doe's! This old taxidermized bird was hovering above our table. That's cotton spilling out of splits in its noggin'."
Michael Stern


Nelson Street, where Doe's is located, once was known as the bad part of town. Now, it's a culinary destination. The man standing behind the pickup truck is Doe's private security guard. Note the six-gun on his hip.
"Nelson Street, where Doe's is located, once was known as the bad part of town. Now, it's a culinary destination. The man standing behind the pickup truck is Doe's private security guard. Note the six-gun on his hip."
Michael Stern



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