622 Duling Ave, Jackson, MS 39216
11:00 am - 10:00 pm
- Mon - Thu
11:00 am - 10:00 pm
- Fri - Sat
11:00 am - 11:00 pm
11:00 am - 9:00 pm
General InfoThe 100-seat oyster bar & seafood restaurant focuses on Southern cuisine highlighting fresh seafood and seasonal vegetables to share. Saltine, named as a nod to the plain cracker often served with seafood, pays homage to Jackson's rich history with oysters and seafood. Oysters are sourced from the Gulf of Mexico, east and west coasts and Canada and served raw, smoked, wood-fired and fried. Saltine also offers an extensive beer list with over 30 taps of craft beer, as well as a wide selection of rum and several signature cocktails. Lunch and dinner are offered daily with a brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 11am-3pm. Saltine caters! Impress your guests with a raw oyster bar, chef-attended station and passed hors d'oeuvres. Our Sales Manager will work with you to create a customized menu to fit within your budget parameters. Delivery and full-service catering options are available for groups of any size.
Parking: Street, Lot, Free
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
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This place was average. The wait staff was friendly and the food came out in a timely manner; however the food tasted really bland. We were told that the company was still adjusting recipes but you pretty much get an understanding on the style of preparation they are going to have. I’d have to try this place again in 3 to 5 months before I could honestly recommend it to others.
We ordered two different types: The Alabama White BBQ Sauce and the Butter & Garlic. The oysters are prepared in a wood fire oven as opposed to being prepared charbroiled. This cooking style definitely made a difference in the overall taste. Both styles just okay but definitely not worth recommending or trying again. The Alabama White BBQ ones actually tasted a little better than the Butter & Garlic.
Catfish & Chips
The fish tasted good. It was beer battered (like Captain D’s) and I was informed that upfront, but not sure how many people really like this style an over traditional cornmeal breading. The chips were French fries.
Low Country Boil
This was a traditional boil, consisting of shrimp, sausage, corn and potatoes. The shrimp were very large. This dish would have been way better if it had more seasoning. If ordering, suggest heavy seasoning.
Nashville Hot Chicken
This was the better dish of the visit. I love spicy food and description was very accurate. However, the balance of spice to flavor was great. This dish is not for everyone but it’s one of the better entrees. I’d order this again.
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