Corona Virus Updates
Here is the latest meat-and-three restaurants status information, as we know it. We will endeavor to keep this information as current as possible.
If you have additional information or updates that you would like to provide, concerning one of the restaurants on the site, please send the information to the following email address: hello (at) meat and three dot com.
We hope and pray that every person associated with the restaurants is able to stay safe and free from infection!
Thank you all for the support of the restaurants, diners and cafes that are able to stay open during this COVID-19 pandemic!
How do I find a “meat and three” near me? We’re glad you asked, because we’re hard at work to help you find meat-and-three restaurants, diners and cafes across the U.S.
The state links above list places that serve great food in one or more of these categories: American, Bar or Pub, Cajun, Caribbean, Creole, Fine Dining, Hot Chicken, Soul and Southern. These joints are typically “mom and pop” establishments that serve a “meat and three sides” in some form for lunch and/or dinner. The “meat and two” is included in our listings.
Like a lot of “meat-and-threes”, we are not fancy here at MEATandTHREE.com. Whatever your preference, though, it is our hope that you find much pleasure in exploring the great variety of offerings from many dedicated and talented people all across this great country.
Keeping things old school is what Proud Mama's Kitchen, also know as PMK, in Prince George, Virginia is all about. Yet, as first-time restauranteurs, the new owners, Daniel and Traci, are trying out some new
Fodor's advice for visiting Nashville, Tennessee is "spot on" in this article, in my humble opinion. Author Nicole Kleist says that "meat and three" should be the first phrase you know before hitting the Music
Sometimes you gotta post about something just because the name is great. Like, Fat Johnny's Comfort & Soul restaurant located in Columbiana, Alabama. If you can't figure out what kind of food they serve, I
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You’re in Nashville for the NFL Draft. Music City's southern hospitality has covered you like a warm blanket. Now it's time to eat! If you googled the options, you likely came across a term you
Yes, I heard about the legendary Sylvia's "Soul Food" Restaurant in Harlem years ago. Their reputation for serving fantastic soul food plates gets my Alabama home-cooking roots charged up. However, after watching this video by