Steele’s Dive @ 4187 West Main Street, Tupelo, MS. (662)205-4345. NEW menu in photos below!
Steele’s Dive, on the outskirts of West Tupelo, has been serving up good food, good music, and good times where friends and families gather since 2013. They have an awesome updated menu and a Sunday cafeteria style lunch buffet to satisfy most any appetite.
When you walk in you’re met with friendly faces, and two separate dining areas including bar seating.
They also provide live entertainment most nights from local bands on the patio out back. Folks, I had never been to their patio area before, and when I saw it I was awestruck!
It’s a huge covered, rustic dining area. It appears to be almost twice the size of the restaurant with a stage up front and a second bar in the back with a huge overhead video projector. It was packed with folks watching the game on one end and the nights music, being performed by The Bonfire Orchestra, on the other.
Since my daughter and I hadn’t been since the new menu, I polled my readers to find out what their favorite foods from Steele’s were. Although the response ranged from fried crawfish tails, bacon wrapped hickory smoked chicken, to the white chocolate bread pudding, the overwhelming response was the Cowboy Ribeye!
What we ate:
3 wheelin’ Appetizer ($8.00)
Caesar Salad ($9.00)
COWBOY RIBEYE ($26.00)
Sweet Potato Fries ($2.00 extra side)
Almost Famous White Chocolate Bread Puddin’ ($4.00).
Apple dumplings ($4.00) add scoop of vanilla bean ice cream ($1.00 extra)
To start off we went with the 3 wheelin’ chips and dips appetizer. We got creamy queso, fresh guacamole, salsa, and house made corn chips. This definitely knock the top off our hunger while waiting on our main course!
My daughter went with the Caesar Salad with Romain lettuce, creamy Caesar dressing, croutons, and Parmesan cheese. Although she enjoyed her salad as is, you can also add chicken for $2 extra, or sliced ribeye $3 extra.
For my main course, I requested the COWBOY RIBEYE cooked medium. It’s a bone-in 22 once Chicago style hand carved choice ribeye. It’s aged to perfection for 21 – 30 days, and was one of the best steaks I’ve ever had! It was extremely tender with subtle spices and flavor! It’s served with choice of bread and two sides. And for the amount I receive, I had enough left for a steak and potato lunch the next day!
While there, we visited with a friend Tina, and her family. Tina is a professional photographer at tupelotina photography, and also couldn’t resist taking a couple photos of the masterpiece Steele’s Dive created for me. See y’all…. I’m not the only one in town who enjoys taking foodie photos! LOL!
For my 2 sides I had the cooked veggies and baked sweet potato. Also, a basket of hand cut sweet potato fries that my daughter and I shared.
For desert we started with Steele’s Almost Famous White Chocolate Bread Puddin’. This is a decadent bread pudding drizzled with a creamy white chocolate sauce. Although it doesn’t have much of a defined shape for photography, it’s deep, rich, flavor begged for a cup of black coffee to cleanse my palate between each bite, so to enjoy it’s overwhelming deliciousness like each bite was the first.
To wrap up our night of music, fun, and famous food, we also sampled the Apple Dumplings with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream. This is one of my favorite deserts that my mom makes on special occasions.
Now, anytime you want to enjoy that “only on special occasions treat”, all you gotta do is head to Steele’s Dive! See y’all there!!!
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