Old Trace Grill
"Serving You With Pride And Good Food Since 2002"
Old Trace Grill is located just off the historic Natchez Trace at the Hwy 35 Kosciusko exit. Turn north on Hwy 35, make the bend in the road and look for the white and bright green-trimmed restaurant on the west side of the road and your pulling up to Old Trace Grill.
Restaurant owner Glenda Pickle has put together a menu of fresh food and gourmet delights with her special touch of Southern barbecue and savoury flavours. Every meal is cooked to order and prepared especially for you. Old Trace Grill offers Hickory Smoked BBQ Ribs and Pulled Pork along with Hand-Cut Ribeye Steaks, Shrimp, Oysters, and Catfish. Sandwiches and Po Boys are popular for lunch around Kosciusko. Both the Jalapeno Cheddar Burger and Chicken Fried Steak Sandwiches are getting rave reviews.
Special events, meetings and banquets get special attention at Old Trace Grill. Event planners and hosts have a complete menu to offer their guests to create a wonderful dining experience. Drive-thru customers can have home cooked recipes to take away by the pound to please their family and friends. Call ahead to place your order and pick-up fine Southern cooking in a jiffy.
Kosciusko is named for the U.S. and Polish general Tadeusz Kościuszko, who assisted United States military efforts during the American Revolution. However, the Anglicized name of the city omits the "z". Kosciusko was originally named Red Bud Springs for one of three natural springs that were present in the city. The Attala County Fair and the Natchez Trace Festival bring out towns folks and tourists to enjoy the mild weather, lush green landscapes and small town conversations. Today, visitors from all over the world travel the Natchez Trace Parkway celebrating a Happy 100th Birthday of the National Park Service. Travelers learn about the history of the region in the Natchez Trace Information Center in Kosciusko situated alongside the Parkway at Mile Marker 160.
Be part of the celebration and take yourself to lunch and dinner at Old Trace Grill and be sure to tell Mrs. Glenda Pickle herself that you heard about them on the Mississippi BBQ Trail.