“Superb Steaks, Seafood, Po-boys, & Award Winning Desserts”
The handsome old house on Adams Street in the historic district opened in 1980 as a round table restaurant, equal to the old time boarding house style restaurants. The house was built in 1880 by the Rogers family with a striking homey presence: wide porch, tall shuttered winds, and Vicksburg pierced columns. The home's name has it own history. Centuries before the town existed, the Spanish named the area Nogales, after the walnut trees that grew along the bluffs. The 1868 house next door to Walnut Hills was restored by Mrs. Clingan and appropriately named The Nogales House.
I had dinner here. Great Creole fare!
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