About Rolling River Bistro

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Located on the oldest main street in the State of Mississippi and owned by Natchezian’s Ms. Rene’ Adams and Mr. Michael Gore, the Rolling River Bistro located at 406 Main St. is one of the most notable restaurants in the historic downtown area and a favorite of tourists and locals alike.

Conveniently located only five minutes away from the bridge with plenty of free parking downtown, the Rolling River Bistro serves delicious casual regional cuisine, chargrilled and raw oysters and is open for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch from 11a-2p.

Next door to the restaurant at 408 Main St. is a very special room we call “THE 408” and it’s one of Natchez’s most desirable event rooms for meetings, banquets and special events. Rolling River Bistro Catering is the most highly regarded catering and special event company in the greater Natchez area. With a qualified team of chefs, servers and event professionals, you can rest assured that your special occasion will exceed your expectations.

The 408 is available for entertainment, private dining receptions, parties, group tours, bridge groups, private lectures and meetings for up to 100 seated and 200 reception style. The 408 has a large 12 foot projection screen with HD projector. For more information about The 408, please visit the “Events” page or call Rene’ Adams at her direct number
601-660-7300.

406 – 408 Main Street Historic Timeline

1879: Construction began on 408 Main Street
1881: Chamberlain & Patterson, Staple & Fancy Dry Good’s opened.
1885: 406 Main Street was built
1885 – 1953: 406 Main Street was a Hardware Store, Natchez Piano & Furniture Company, Grady’s Men’s Furnishings & Hats, Top’s Restaurant & Cafeteria.
1935: After operating for approximately 60 years, 408 Main Street stood empty after falling victim to the Great Depression.
1940 – 1946: 408 Main Street housed a number of state & local government offices.
1947: 408 Main was home to the Smoke House business.
1953: Both 406 & 408 Main Street were home to Top’s Grill. By this time, both buildings were united into one business establishment.
February 14, 2014: Rolling River Bistro Valentine’s Day Grand Opening.