Council House Cafe - French Camp, Mississippi
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The Council House Cafe, located in the French Camp Historic Village about 150 yards off the Natchez Trace Parkway, is open from 10:30 am to 7 pm Monday thru Saturday.

Built around 1820, the cabin was a meeting place for Choctaw Chief Greenwood LeFlore and his chiefs during tribal negotiations. The cafe is popular with locals, folks traveling the Natchez Trace and overnight guests staying at French Camp Bed and Breakfast.

The cafe serves sizable sandwiches, flavorful soups and fresh salads. Breads are made locally at French Camp. Be sure to leave room for one of their famous desserts: Mississippi Mud Cake or bread pudding. You may enjoy your meal in the rustic dining area or on the deck under the shade of towering oaks.


Sandwiches: ham, smoked turkey or Cajun roast beef, Big Ed's BLT, Club Sandwich, Grilled Cheese, Child's Plate (peanut butter and jelly sandwich)
Salads: Broccoli Salad and The Trace Salad
Soups: Potato, Black Bean and Cabbage
Desserts: Mississippi Mud Cake and Bread Pudding

Restaurant Hours:

Monday thru Saturday: 10:30 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Sunday: closed

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Contact Council House Cafe

Council House Cafe
Le Fleur Circle
French Camp, Mississippi, 39745 (click to view a map)

From the Natchez Trace - exit the Trace at MS Hwy 413 (milepost 180.8) and go east 100 yards and then turn left onto Le Fleur Circle.

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