|Home Town Café||108 East Calhoun Bruce||662-983-7777|
|Jeffery's||Public Square Bruce||662-983-2880|
|Bea's Country Kitchen||407 West Calhoun Bruce||662-800-2116|
|Pizza Palace||121 Public Square Bruce||662-983-4330|
|El Jefe||100 N Murphree ST Pittsboro||662-412-2205|
|Bruce Bait Shop||422 West Calhoun Bruce||662-983-2304|
|Nelson's Soul Food||809 North Main St Calhoun City||662-628-5700|
|Tunnels Steakhouse||3006 Hwy 330 Coffeeville||662-675-2095|
|Paisley's Steakhouse||104 W Main Street Big Creek||662-628-1862|
|Farm House||1 CR 420 Derma||662-628-1862|
|Crawdad Hole||1295 Main ST Water Valley||662-816-4006|
|Sonic||210 West Calhoun Bruce||662-983-4353|
|Subway||119 West Calhoun Bruce||662-983-7827|
|Clint's Pit Stop||103 South Pontotoc Rd Bruce||662-983-2622|
|Joe's Market||310 East Calhoun Bruce||662-983-2660|
The little town of Bruce is located only an hour from Tupelo, the birthplace of Elvis. Make the beautiful drive to see Elvis Presley's birthplace including house, childhood church and informative and entertaining museum. We are also less than two hours from Memphis and Graceland.
The Cart Barn Inn is even closer to Oxford, home of Ole Miss and named one of the six best college towns by USA Today. The town is also the birthplace of William Faulkner - where fans can visit Rowan Oak, the 29 acres of land that housed the author and his family for more than 40 years. Being a short drive to Oxford and the Ole Miss campus, guest have easy access to all Ole Miss Rebel sporting events from football at Vault-Hemingway Stadium, basketball at The Pavilion, and baseball at Oxford-University Stadium/Swayze Field.
Being located just outside the City of Bruce, and in the Hills Region, we are also part of the historical Mississippi Blues Trail. This Trail was created by the Mississippi Blues Commission in 2006 to place interpretive markers at the most notable historical sites related to the birth, growth, and influence of the blues throughout. Local trail marker includes tribute to Leo "Bud" Welch and Ace Cannon.
Bruce also is home to The Bruce Museum. The museum, located in the historic E.L. Bruce Company Store building on the Bruce square, houses displays that share the story of the early logging days in the area, early history of the town and works from some of our local artist. The museum is operated and maintained by the Bruce Chamber of Commerce, which the Cart Barn Inn has been a proud member since 2007.