The Best Bars In Town
From the best coffee and tunes to the best microbrews, Hattiesburg has diverse places for a night out. Here's our favorite local haunts.
1315 Hardy Street
Think you know beer? Think again. Keg and Barrel is Hattiesburg's biggest beer emporium, with 120 different varieties. The brewpub lies in an 18th century home, and it still has the original woodwork and charm that makes it feel like a warm Southern home. The massive tap wall - which isn't just for decoration - serves beer from all over the world. A stay in Hattiesburg isn't complete until you've visited Keg and Barrel.
Ropers Rockin Country
6248 Highway 49 North
Karaoke Night, a three-hour happy hour, and pool tables. Ropers is a vibrant local bar with pub snacks and take out. This bar is a great place to meet with locals or play a few games of pool.
The Mahogany Bar
3810 Hardy Street
Beer, whiskey, and more beer. What else could you need? The Mahogany Bar serves up local craft beers along with traditional favorites. Their mouthwatering burgers will sate your taste buds, and they even serve inventive dishes like fish tacos and kimchi burgers. Draft Magazine named them one of America's top 100 Beer Bars.
Chesterfield's Bar and Grill
4646 Highway 98 West
Chesterfield’s has an inviting atmosphere, with the owners present daily in the restaurant, greet guests and preparing meals. Their diverse menu includes homemade soups, fresh salads, hand cut steaks, baby back ribs, fresh gulf seafood, burgers, po'boys, and pastas. Their award-winning Southern Fried Pecan Pie is a great dessert to top off your meal.
2101 Hardy Street
DJs play out a soundtrack while shop and dine at this classic local record store and cafe. T-Bone's has classic vinyl and new releases, along with a menu of sandwiches, coffee, and salads. Find hidden gems in their stacks, and discover the country and blues music that gives Mississippi its soul.