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Chesterville Grocery

Chesterville Grocery

Chesterville Grocery

Everyone has eaten the proverbial “gas station food,” right? Sure, you have. More times than not, it probably also wasn’t your favorite. Though some offer actual delectable bites, most are mediocre. Enter Chesterville Grocery in West Tupelo. This is not your ordinary filling station food. Their food doesn’t come prefabbed; it’s made from scratch right in the store. 

The gang at Chesterville Grocery gets up early in order to supply the community with tasty morsels that are hot and ready, so you can swing by and pick up breakfast on the way to school or work.

My favorite is the tenderloin biscuit. It overflows with thinly sliced, crispy fried, and yes, tender, tenderloin. They offer them plain, or with cheese, or egg and cheese. Any way you get it, it’s good! Also available are sausage biscuits, bacon, ham, and smoked sausage biscuits. If you are lucky, and get there early enough, you can grab a fried bologna biscuit! Boys and girls…they are good!

Lunch? There’s a bunch! Delicious vegetable and meat plate lunches, ginormous smoked burgers, with or without cheese, and dressed any way you like them, smoked sausage dogs, corn dogs, fried chicken, chicken tenders, the best (and biggest) fried pork chops in town, ribs, rib tips, pizza, pizza sticks, and potato logs — not to mention the best dough burger I have ever eaten.

Friday is catfish and hush puppy day, y’all!

Chesterville also offers a nice selection of freshly baked desserts, and they also have a cold-cut counter.

Remember hoop cheese and saltines? They have it! 

Be sure and check their Facebook page for daily plate lunch specials.

Their prices are low, but the quality of their food ranks high on the totem pole.

Good people and good food. It doesn’t get any better than that.

Chesterville Grocery is a one-stop shop for many of your needs. They have adult beverages, colas, milk, bread, snacks, gas, lunch meats, ice cream, and so much more. Located at 6512 Chesterville Road in Tupelo. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday 6:00 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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Wanda Anderson Pearson is a Native Texan who married a Native Itawambian, and has been a resident of Mississippi for the past 35 years. While most of those years were spent teaching in Mississippi public schools, she now enjoys the holding the title of ‘Retired Teacher.’ She is a Christian and attends First United Methodist Church in Tupelo. She enjoys writing articles for her Two Old Crows Facebook page, songwriting, attempting to play the ukulele, shopping for the proverbial bargain, spending time with her two grandchildren, trying (while failing miserably) to tame her Pit Bull/Boxer mix, Zoe-the-Wonder-Dog, traveling, and dining at local Mom-and-Pop eateries. (Who are we trying to kid? She enjoys eating everywhere!) When she is not doing one of the above-mentioned activities, she can be found cleaning out perpetually cluttered closets, or Photoshopping her face into the many family photos she has taken for the past 35 years.


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