Lucedale Marketplace Shopping Center on the Southern Side
George County ♦ Since 2008
Hours: Monday – Saturday 10:30am – 9pm
Sunday 10:30am – 3pm
Indoor Dining, Carry Out, Banquets & Parties
Flavors of The Delta
Bluesville BBQ in Lucedale is serving smoked meats and tamales using recipes with years of tradition to make it right. They do barbecue low and slow, to achieve a mouth-watering goodness that will get right up on you. You can smell the fine flavors when you walk in the door and the service will make it easy for you to make friends.
The owners of Bluesville BBQ have a long history of success in the food service industry and know how operate year after year so that customers always have a great experience. They have transplanted their Mississippi Delta traditions, so barbecue and tamales headline the menu.
Start your meal with Bluesville BBQ Mojo Nachos, served with Smoked Chicken, Beef, or Pork, and add some Fried Squash and Fried Green Tomatoes. Then you can settle in with BBQ Loin Baby Back Ribs or Smoked Beef Brisket with an Overstuffed Baked Potato, Corn on the Cob and Potato Salad. Add some Homemade Tamales with Slaw and Crackers to round out a flavor festival on your plate. Dessert is Delta Style and you can choose the Banana Blues Pie or Hot Fudge Blues Pie, featuring a Moon Pie with Ice Cream and sauce.
Carryout is easy at Bluesville BBQ and the hungry folks at your next picnic or dinner party will rave that you brought the best. Beef Brisket and Smoked Pulled Pork go great with any event, or you can choose the BBQ King Sandwich, Burgers or a Grilled Cheese Sandwich. Great food at a great price will have you coming back for more.
Lucedale is a truly beautiful town, resting on the wide plateau above the coastal plain in Southern Mississippi, to the east of the Pascagoula River. When travelers reach the fertile plains of George County, they see a landscape of forests, nourished by the Pascagoula River and fields tended by nursery farmers and cotton farmers for miles around. George County is home to the head waters of the Pascagoula River, where creeks and small rivers come together and flow to the Gulf of Mexico. The Pascagoula River is one of the last natural riverways in America, undammed and untamed. It is here that the historic culinary styles of the Mississippi Delta have found a home, along with some blues music to cheer you up. Good food and good music are a winning combination and in Mississippi, we have the best of both.
The main road from Hattiesburg, Mississippi to Mobile, Alabama, now MS State Hwy 98, has been the ancient highway for travelers in this area for hundreds of years. Hwy 98 crosses the Leaf River, the Chickasawhay River, and then the Escatawpa River at the Alabama state line on the way to Mobile. The Illinois Central Railroad travels south out of Jackson and then follows this track across the rivers to reach the Port of Mobile. Travelers also used this route to reach destinations in the North.
Make plans to visit Bluesville BBQ to get a taste of The Delta in every bite and be sure to tell Mrs. Allison Jones herself that you heard about them on the Mississippi BBQ Trail.