The North Mississippi Guide to the 2018 Midterm Elections

No matter your party affiliation, Election Day is a day in which we see our democracy in action. We, the people, cast a ballot to either retain or replace those who represent us in Washington. They’ll also be a few local races on the ballot as well.

For those of us who live in the Tip of the ‘Sip, election season can be a confusing time, namely because we live in the Memphis, Tenn. media market. This means if you turn on your television or listen to most radio stations, you’re likely to hear an ad for a candidate running in Tennessee– someone we cannot vote for.

This is the definitive guide for the midterms for those of us who live in DeSoto County.  This is meant as an exploratory guide to help you learn more about the candidates.

Before we get too far along– are you registered to vote? You can check the rolls and make sure your name and address appear in the database by clicking here. Once you see your name in the database, click “display” and you can see the address and a map of your polling place. Important note: you can only vote at your precinct.

If you live in DeSoto County, this is what your ballot will look like (see photo below). If you’ve never voted in Mississippi, you may be surprised to learn we do not vote electronically. Our ballots look similar to one of those standardized fill-in-the-bubble sheets you might’ve used in high school or college.

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Sample Ballot in DeSoto County in Mississippi

You’ll notice there are 10 elections in North Mississippi, but many are races in which there is only one candidate on the ballot, meaning you will have to vote for the only candidate listed, write in your own choice or skip that box.

Let’s take a closer look at the contested races.

United States Senate (six-year term)

The incumbent in this seat is Roger Wicker, a Republican from Pontotoc. He was appointed to the office Dec 31, 2007 to replace former Senator Trent Lott. Wicker successfully ran to retain Lott’s seat in Nov. 2008 and won re-election for the seat in Nov. 2012. Wicker served in the United States Air Force and Air Force Reserves. Wicker is married, has three children and six grandchildren.

As U.S. Senator, Wicker serves on the Armed Services Committee, the Commerce, Science & Transportation Committee, the Committee on Environment and Public Works, the Committee on Rules & Administration and the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe.


Roger Wicker and family

On June 5, 2018 Roger Wicker was endorsed by President Donald Trump via Twitter.

According to FEC reports, as of Oct. 17, Wicker has raised $5,369,249.28 and spent $4,876,820.50 in the 2018 election cycle.

Learn more about Roger Wicker: 
Roger Wicker’s Campaign Website
Roger Wicker on Facebook / Roger Wicker on Twitter
Roger Wicker’s Campaign Financials 

Wicker’s main opposition comes from Democrat David Baria. Currently, Baria serves as a member of the Mississippi House of Representatives. The Pascagoula native is an attorney and former contractor. He is the senior partner in the Baria-Jones law firm and operated a company that removed rubble and debris from Hurricane Katrina. Baria is married and has three children.


David Baria and family

According to the FEC reports, as of Oct. 17, 2018, Baria has raised: $953,051.50 and spent $941,076.13 in the 2018 election cycle.

Learn more about David Baria: 

David Baria’s Campaign Website
David Baria on Facebook / David Baria on Twitter
David Baria’s Campaign Financials 

In addition to Wicker and Baria, two others are running for this seat: Libertarian Danny Bedwell and Shawn O’Hara of the Reform Party.

United States Senate Special Election (two years remain on the term)

This special election is to fill the vacancy left by Thad Cochran, who retired due to health issues after serving in the United States Senate for 40 years. After Cochran vacated his seat, Gov. Phil Bryant appointed Cindy Hyde-Smith to serve as the interim Senator. In doing so, Hyde-Smith became the Mississippi’s first ever female Senator.


Cindy Hyde-Smith at a campaign event

Prior to being appointed to the U.S. Senate, Hyde-Smith served as Mississippi’s Agriculture Commissioner– a post she held since 2012. One of her major accomplishments as the Agriculture Commissioner was helping reopen the markets in China for American beef exports.

Hyde-Smith, a Brookhaven native, is married and has one child. Hyde-Smith received an endorsement from President Trump and attended a rally with him in Southaven in October 2018.

According to FEC reports, as of Oct. 17, 2018 Hyde-Smith has raised $2,768,835.20 and spent $2,194,121.87 in the 2018 election cycle.

Learn more about Cindy Hyde-Smith: 
Cindy Hyde-Smith’s Campaign Website
Cindy Hyde-Smith’s Facebook / Cindy Hyde-Smith on Twitter
Cindy Hyde-Smith’s Campaign Financials

Hyde-Smith is facing a tough challenge from Mississippi State Senator and Republican Chris McDaniel and Democrat Mike Espy. Tobey Bartee is also in the race, but is not considered to be a contender in this race.

McDaniel ran against Cochran for the seat in the 2014 Republican Primary, nearly defeating Cochran, loosing in a run-off. McDaniel is a former federal law clerk and attorney. He currently represents the 42nd district of Mississippi’s State Senate.

McDaniel is married and has two children. He’s a native of Ellisville, Mississippi.


Chris McDaniel and family

According to FEC reports, as of Oct. 17, 2018 McDaniel has raised $527,847.92 and spent $507,816.74 in the 2018 election cycle.

Learn more about Chris McDaniel: 
Chris McDaniel’s Campaign Website
Chris McDaniel’s Facebook / Chris McDaniel on Twitter
Chris McDaniel’s Campaign Financials

Mike Espy, a former United States Secretary of Agriculture under President Bill Clinton, is the Democrat’s contender for this seat.

Mike Espy served as a Congressman for Mississippi’s 2nd District from 1987-1993 and as the 25th United States Secretary of Agriculture from 1993-1994.

He resigned from his position as Secretary of Agriculture due to allegations that he used his position to receive perks and gifts. He was acquitted of all 30 corruption charges.

President Clinton, upon learning of Espy’s acquittal, released a statement through the White House encouraging him to continue his public service.

“I am heartened that he has, as he said, emerged from this ordeal stronger. I hope that as he moves forward he will continue his notable record of service to the country,” President Clinton said in the 1998 release.

Espy has noted on the campaign trail that he endorsed Republican Haley Barbour for re-election in 2007, citing his leadership and momentum gained from dealing with Hurricane Katrina.


Mike Espy was a former Secretary of Agriculture under President Bill Clinton

Espy is married and has three children. One of his children played for Ole Miss as a wide receiver with Eli Manning.

According to FEC reports, as of Oct. 17, 2018 Espy has raised $1,867,166.42 and spent $1,240,181.42 in the 2018 election cycle.

Learn more about Mike Espy:
Mike Espy’s Campaign Website
Mike Espy’s Facebook / Mike Espy on Twitter
Mike Espy’s Campaign Financials

In this special election, the candidates will be listed as “non partisan.” If you look at the sample ballot, you’ll notice the Republican and Democrat labels are missing on this election. Additionally, in order to win this seat, the winner must accumulate more than 50% of the vote. If none of the candidates get at least 50% of the vote, a run-off election will be held the Tuesday after Thanksgiving (Nov. 27), featuring the top two candidates.

Whoever wins this seat will serve out the remainder of Cochran’s term, which was slated to end in 2020.

U.S. Congress – District 01 (two-year term)

Trent Kelly, a Republican from Union, Mississippi, is the incumbent Congressman for District 1. Prior to becoming a Congressman, Kelly served a District Attorney in the 1st Judicial District of Mississippi from 2012-2015.


Kelly has served in the United States National Guard since 1985, where he currently serves as a Brigadier General with the Joint Force Headquarters in Mississippi. Kelly has received numerous awards for his military service, including two Bronze Stars.

Kelly is married and has 3 children. He serves on the House Armed Services Committee, the Agriculture Committee and Small Business Committee. Additionally, Kelly serves as the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Investigations, Oversight, and Regulations.

According to FEC reports, as of Oct. 17, 2018 Kelly has raised $866,801.90 and spent $580,571.80 in the 2018 election cycle.

Learn more about Trent Kelly: 
Trent Kelly’s Campaign Website
Trent Kelly’s Facebook / Trent Kelly on Twitter
Trent Kelly’s Campaign Financials 

Randy Wadkins is the Democrat candidate running against incumbent Trent Kelly. Wadkins is a Chemistry Professor at the University of Mississippi, where he has taught there for the past 14 years. Prior to that, he analyzed policy for Memphis-area Congressman Steve Cohen (TN-09). He also worked at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis.

When he’s not teaching, he’s working on research that focuses on developing improved anti-tumor drugs to treat cancer.

According to FEC reports, as of Oct. 17, 2018 Wadkins has raised $152,519.05 and spent $101,858.45 in the 2018 election cycle.

Learn more about Randy Wadkins: 
Randy Wadkins’ Campaign Website
Randy Wadkins’ Facebook / Randy Wadkins on Twitter
Randy Wadkins’ Campaign Financials

Tracella Lou O’Hara Hill is also on the ticket, running as a member of the Reform Party.

Circuit Court – District 17 (four-year term)

Celeste Embrey Wilson was appointed to the 17th District Circuit Court Judge in February 2017 by Gov. Phil Bryant. Prior to that, she served as an Assistant District Attorney and was later elected County Judge.

Judge Wilson is a life-long DeSoto County resident and volunteers her time working for various organizations and courts in the area.  She worked her way through law school as the Membership Director for the Southaven Chamber of Commerce.

Judge Wilson is married and has two children. She and her family are members of the Getwell Church in Southaven.


Learn more about Celeste Embrey Wilson: 
Celeste Embrey Wilson’s Campaign Website
Celeste Embrey Wilson’s FacebookCeleste Embrey Wilson on Twitter

Stan Little is a businessman, entrepreneur and attorney, based in Hernando. While a student in law school, Little started his own restaurant and employed nearly 50 students. Little lists broadcaster, magazine publisher, newspaper columnist and cotton merchant as some of his ventures.

Little’s most successful venture is Southern Airways, a regional airline that has turned into the third-largest commuter airline in the country with more than 100 daily departures.

Little has practiced law for 15 years now and runs a small solo law firm, located on the square in Hernando.

Little is married and has one child.


Learn more about Stan Little: 
Stan Little’s Campaign Website
Stan Little’s Facebook

Things to Remember on Election Day

  • Make sure you have proof of ID. Some common and acceptable proof of identity are a drivers license, Voter ID card, military ID or passport
  • Need a ride? Pull up the Uber app– they are offering free rides to your polling place (you’ll have to pay to get home or wherever you need to be after you vote)
  • Remember the polls are open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Today is the only day you can vote– Mississippi does not participate in Early Voting.

Halloween Safety Tips with Olive Branch Police Captain Kevin McKenzie

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Kids around the country look forward to every October 31st– a night in which they get to load up on candy and dress up as their favorite figures. Halloween is meant to give you some frights and scares, but never be dangerous.

While true, one of North Mississippi’s hallmarks is safety– our four most populous cities all appear in SafeWise’s Top 10 List of Mississippi’s Safest Cities of 2018— you can’t be too prepared or safe.

I spoke with Kevin McKenzie, captain of the Olive Branch Police Department’s Community Relations Division, about staying safe this Halloween season. 

One of the most important things, McKenzie said, is parents should know where their kids are at at all times.

Children should not be trick or treating alone at a young age,” McKenzie said. “I would say 6th grade and under, parent’s should accompany them. Older teenagers should be in groups or not be alone,” he added. “Older kids– if their parents are giving permission as far as them going with other kids their same age– parents need to check on them and give them a certain time of when to be back. If they are not back, they need to be able to contact them. Keep a good curfew on them.” McKenzie added.

When it comes to picking out a costume, parents need to ensure their children have good mobility, are visible and have good visibility.

“With little kids… [parents] want to make sure their costumes do not cause a problem with their mobility, as far as being able to walk safely. Nothing should obstruct their vision,” he said. “It’s good if the kids have some kind of reflecting or some kind of reflecting or flashing light to help keep them visible,” McKenzie said.

Some additional tips from McKenzie:

  1. Children and parents should have a flashlight that has intermittent flashes
  2. Avoid neighborhoods that don’t have adequate street lighting
  3. Avoid unwrapped candy and be cautious of homemade baked goods
  4. Households not wanting to participate in Halloween, should keep their porch lights off
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“Back when I was a kid,” McKenzie said, “Our parents were told to be careful of the candy that [kids] are getting, which is true,” he said. “Parent’s don’t need to let their guard down on that.”

McKenzie said parents need to visually inspect the candy to make sure no wrappers have been open. Do not let your children consume candy where the wrapper has been opened or tampered with.

“Not to rain down on people’s ability to make homemade baked goods, but they need to be careful of homemade goods as well,” McKenzie said. 

Your best bet, McKenzie said, is to attend trunk or treat events around the community. Kids are typically in a controlled environment going from car to car and in a well lit area. [Editor’s note: see this post about The Top 15 Halloween Events in North Mississippi]

For those sticking with neighborhood trick or treating, stay alert. McKenzie said common calls the Olive Branch Police Department gets on Halloween night are: kids damaging people’s decorations, kids bullying other kids and kids being out later than they should.

If you see something like this happening on Halloween night, McKenzie says to call the non-emergency phone number. In Olive Branch, the number is (662) 895-4111. Check your local police department’s website to find the non-emergency phone number.

In Olive Branch, McKenzie said they have a full patrol shift that will be working and doing routine patrol in neighborhoods that typically have a high turnout for trick or treating. Many other departments will be doing the same.

If going door-to-door is not a good option for you, there are plenty of community events happening in North Mississippi. You can check out my recommendation of the Top 15 Halloween Events in North Mississippi.

Top 15 Halloween Events in North Mississippi

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There are some great Halloween events going on over the course of the next week in North Mississippi.

Whether you’re looking for a fun ‘trunk or treat’ event, a place to watch Hocus Pocus or participate in a charity event, there’s something for everyone this Halloween season.

The list is highlighted by one of the community’s most anticipated events, Southaven’s Trunk or Treat in the Park, which drew hundreds of participant in its first year will feature food for sale from places like Chik-fil-a and the Kona Ice truck.

The Spooktacular 2018 @TCALF Church event is headlined by a Nintendo Switch giveaway.

Northwest Mississippi Community College and the University of Mississippi at the DeSoto Center are hosting its first annual event, featuring a showing of Hocus Pocus, the cult-classic 90’s Disney movie featuring Bette Middler.

And if you’re looking to spread some cheer this spooky season, stop by the Superhero Trick or Treat for Charity event, with all proceeds going towards building a new animal shelter for the City of Hernando. Bonus: free photos with Marvel and DC superheroes.

Plus, tons of city and church-hosted ‘trunk or treat’ events to get your kids their candy fix.

Note: The only order this list is presented in is chronological order. It is not a comprehensive list of all events, but a selection of 

Olive Branch Family YMCA Trick or Treat 

Oct. 25th; 5-6:30 p.m.

“You’re invited to join the Olive Branch Family YMCA for an evening of excitement at our Trunk or Treat. This free event is open to all ages and will offer many exciting activities including candy, games, and lots of fun!”

8555 Goodman Rd. Olive Branch, MS 38654
Phone: (662) 890-9622

Halloween Weekend III

Oct. 26th 3 p.m. – Oct. 27th 1 p.m.

“Boo! Come join us for Halloween! We will have “Hey Hey” Rides, a magical pumpkin patch, costume and site decorating contests, a Haunted House, arts & crafts, and plenty of Halloween-themed games! Try out candy corn witch pitch, Frankenstein bowling, and mummy wrap.”

1400 Audubon Point Dr., Horn Lake, MS 38637
Phone: (662) 280-8282

Superhero Trick or Treat for Charity 2018

Oct. 27th; 12-4 p.m.

“Back by popular demand! We had so much fun last year, we’re doing it again! Save the date Saturday, Oct 27 2018 noon-4pm for our 2nd annual Superhero Trick or Treat for Charity event at the Gale Center! We’ll have a Halloween costume contest for kids 10 and under, a cake walk with cakes & prizes, a silent auction, raffle items, pumpkin painting, slime making with the Ghostbusters, Excel by 5, and Seize the Clay will be setup! We will also have FREE photos with our Superhero team including Spiderman, Batman, Nightwing, and Super Girl , just to name a few!! Admission is FREE but any donation is appreciated. There will be food trucks on site so grab lunch with us and enjoy the entertainment!! All proceeds go to help build a new animal shelter for the City of Hernando. Hope to see you there!”

2601 Elm St., Hernando, MS 38632
Phone: (662) 429-9096

Trick or Treat TangerStyle!

Oct. 27th; 1-3 p.m.

“Calling all ghosts, goblins, princesses and superheroes! Tanger Outlets Southaven is inviting you to a Spooktacular Halloween Celebration! Join us for Trick-or-Treating at Tanger Outlets Southaven from 1 – 3 pm on Saturday, October 27th. Join us at 2 pm at the playground to show off your costume at our costume contest.

Stores and Shopper Services will provide candy to children 12 and under. Masks for children only. Look for display decals on entrance doors of participating stores.”

5205 Airways Blv., Ste. 800
Southaven, MS 38671
Phone: 662-349-1701

Maples Memorial United Methodist Church Trunk or Treat
Oct. 27th; 5-7 p.m.

“Come and trick or treat around the parking lot at Maples Memorial United Methodist church. Free Hotdogs, chili, chips, cookies and water. AND need a pumpkin? Maples has those for sale as well.”

8745 Goodman Rd. Olive Branch, MS 38654
Phone: (662) 895-2279

Church of the Harvest Trunk or Treat
Oct. 27th; 6-8:30 p.m.

“Come out to our Trunk or Treat! Dress up in a costume and bring a bag for your candy!”

14707 Highway 302, Olive Branch, MS 38654
Phone: (662) 890-1573

Spooktacular 2018 @TCALF Church

Oct. 28th  5:30 p.m. / 6:30 p.m.

“SPOOKTACULAR is a FREE family-friendly event that includes an amazing service, high-energy worship, costumes, games, food, and candy for ALL KIDS!

This year, we have TWO experiences to choose from: 5:30PM and 6:30PM


After a brief service which will include giving away a NINTENDO SWITCH, Trunk-R-Treat begins in our field space, along with plenty of games and food. There will also be photo-ops as well as costume contests for kids & teens/adults. With tons of decorated cars filled to the brim with candy, this is an event your family won’t want to miss. Admission is FREE, along with food and candy as long as it lasts!

Admission is FREE, but you must be present in the auditorium at either 5:30PM or 6:30PM to be registered to win the Nintendo Switch.”

7180 Goodman Rd., Walls, MS 38680
Phone: (662) 781-2151

2+2 Spooktacular

Oct. 30th; 6-8:30 p.m.

“Join Northwest Mississippi Community College and the University of Mississippi at the DeSoto Center (5197 W.E. Ross Parkway) for our first-ever 2+2 Spooktacular! The event is free and open to the community. We’ll have trunk or treat at 6 p.m. and a showing of Hocus Pocus on the lawn at 6:30 p.m.! Bring your chairs and blankets!”

5197 WE Ross Pkwy, Southaven, MS 38671
Phone: (662) 342-4765

Halloween Costume Parade at the BJ Chain Public Library

Oct. 31st; 10:30-11:30 a.m.

“Come and join us for a special Halloween Storytime and costume parade!”

6619 Highway 305 N., Olive Branch, MS 38654
Phone: (662) 895-5900

Trunk or Treat in the Park

Oct. 31st; 5-8 p.m.

“Join us Halloween night for a fun and safe place to trick or treat! We will have moon bounces, trunks to visit, games, the Kona Ice truck, food for sale from Chick-fil-A, and more! Add this event to your calendar!”

6285 Snowden Grove Lane, Southaven, MS 38672
Phone: (662) 890-7275

Graceview Harvest Festival 2018
Oct. 31st; 6-8 p.m.

“The Graceview Harvest Festival 2018! Hayrides! Petting Zoo! Bounce House! Plenty of candy and games for the kids! Always FREE and always very family friendly.”

7660 Swinnea Rd. Southaven, MS 38671
Phone: (662) 349-0133

Trunk or Treat Cornerstone Church

Oct. 31st; 6-8 p.m.

“Cornerstone Church will be hosting our annual Community “Trunk or Treat” on October 31st! This event is always a lot of fun and it’s safe for the whole family! We will have a ton of candy this year in one of our 50 decorated trunks! There will also be prizes, live music, and an outdoor movie screen! Come join us here at Cornerstone Church this fall and get ready to have a blast!”
5998 Elmore Rd. Southaven, MS 38671
Phone: (662) 349-0216

Trunk or Treat at First Baptist Church Olive Branch

Oct. 31st; 6-7:30 p.m.

“Bring your family and come enjoy a time of Trunk-or-Treating as well as a snack. We will have a photo booth available so you can get some great pictures of your family. Invite a friend and join us at FBCOB!”

9155 Highland St., Olive Branch, MS 38654
Phone: (662) 342-4765

Trunk or Treat at Carriage Hills Baptist Church

Oct. 31st; 6:30-8 p.m.

“Carriage Hills Youth and Children’s Ministries will be handing out candy in the south parking lot. Be sure to add us to your list of Trick or Treating stops!”

8352 Farmington Dr. West
Southaven, MS 38671
Phone: (662) 342-1772

Trunk or Treat at Christview Christian Church

Oct. 31st; 6:30-8 p.m.

“Come join us for a night of free Halloween fun! Bouncy castles, face painting, popcorn, games, coffee for the adults, and more!!”

8100 Greenbrook Pkwy., Southaven, MS 38671
Phone: (662) 342-1000

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Review: Racks BBQ, Burgers & Brews

Racks BBQ, Burgers & Brews, a new concept restaurant located near the Landers Center and appropriately right next door to the Southern Thunder Harley Davidson motorcycle store in Southaven, offers up delicious food and a fun atmosphere to watch sports or enjoy some live music.

Racks is owned by Ericka Hahn and the team behind another Southaven staple: AC’s Steakhouse– her husband Aaron Hahn and Cynthia Borkowski, according to the Memphis Business Journal.

“We are trying to make barbecue sexy and fun,” co-owner Ericka Hahn said to the Memphis Business journal in May.

The restaurant would be best described as a more modest version of Hooters or Twin Peaks, but with more boots and more denim. The concept works well, especially being neighbors with Southern Thunder Harley Davidson motorcycle shop.

In a recent visit to Racks, I did my best to sample a little bit of everything.

A lot of the food and drink names are cheeky and fun. I tried the “Honey Hole,” a cocktail featuring Jack Honey, Sangria, Orange Juice and a splash of Grenadine. The “Baby Maker” also looked refreshing, featuring: vodka, Malibu rum, Watermelon Pucker, Triple Sec and lemonade. The average cocktail price is $7. If cocktails are not your thing, they offer plenty of beer options on tap and in bottles.

My wife and I tried the jalapeño whole wings, which were smoked and featured a fried dry rub with not-too-spicy jalapeño sauce and ranch dipping sauce. They were delicious! Perfect texture and quality meat.


The jalapeño whole wings are delicious

I came hungry and glad I did, because I had the combo plate for my entrée and it did not disappoint. You can choose from 1/2 rack of baby back ribs, pulled pork, 1/2 bbq chicken, catfish, fried cod, fried shrimp and sides. You can see the full menu here.

For the persnickety eater in your party, if barbecue is not their thing, Racks offers some really good looking sandwiches and burgers.


One of the combo plate options available at Racks BBQ, Burgers & Brews

I went with the 1/2 rack of baby back ribs and catfish. Let me tell you, the catfish was amazing. Perfectly crisp, flavorful and sizable. It’s some of the best fried catfish I’ve had in a longtime.

The ribs featured a house made barbecue sauce and perfectly smoked meat. In addition to the sides, the plate was topped off with texas toast and tartar sauce for the fried catfish.

I found the barbecue entrées to be slightly on the pricey side (prices range from $13 to $25) and not a price that I would want to pay regularly. But, that may be a good thing and encourage people to try other items on their menu. The burgers, sandwiches and appetizers are all considerably cheaper than the barbecue entrées.

Overall, the food was great, the atmosphere was friendly and service was solid. We visited Racks on a mid-to-late afternoon on Saturday. It was slightly past lunchtime and too early for dinner, but the restaurant was still mostly full. People were enjoying drinks, chatting with the Racks Girls and watching college football on one of the many tv screens and 10′ projector screen located near the live music stage.

If you follow Racks on Facebook, you’ll see they often run specials and let folks know about special events coming up, such as trivia nights, live music nights, Happy Hour specials and more. For example, on the day of this writing, Oct. 21, they are offering 20% off select appetizers and $2 off all their barbecue entrées. So, keep your eyes peeled for those specials.

Racks also features a ton of outdoor seating with a spacious patio and a rooftop deck, perfect for warm days, crisp nights and loud live music.

Racks BBQ, Burgers & Brews is a welcomed addition to the growing restaurant scene in North Mississippi.

Review: 8 out of 10

You can visit Racks BBQ, Burgers & Brews at 4840 Venture Dr. in Southaven.

Racks BBQ, Burgers & Brews on social media: on Facebook and Instagram