A nice place to be...

We have new tables outside and the weather is perfect for enjoying a coffee, tea, hot chocolate, frozen mojo, or fruit smoothie. Seriously.

Haiku 61 Coffeehouse

We have been trying our hand at haiku to describe our coffee specialites in a succint way. The whole seies is only 51 syllables, so it won't take long to read...

In twenty seconds...
Rich roast, fine grind, hissing steam-
A small, fragrant cup.

Tumbling espresso,
Cold milk teased into hot froth -
A perfect union.

Close your eyes for it...
Milk, espresso, chocolate
Three part harmony.


Eric Stracener Returns

Jackson's Eric Stracener returns to Highway 61 to entertain us once again with his original tunes and well chosen covers.

Join us this Thursday, October 26 from 7 PM to 10 PM for Live Music in the Coffeehouse.


David Pigott plays Thursday, October 19

Live music:
David Pigott - solo piano

Angie and Rebekah served our coffee at an event at New Stage in Jackson last month, and while there witnessed a young man named David Pigott turn into a monster when he sat down at the piano.

Come prepared to be entertained.

Thursday, October 19 from 7 PM to 10 PM.
In the Coffeehouse:
David Pigott


Tune In to 1972 with Kenny Boone & Friends...

Kenny Boone remembers 1972 with his guitar and vocals this Thursday, October 12 at the Coffeehouse. Join us from 7 PM to 10 PM for live music.


Bailey Brothers Blues in the 'house

Join us this Thursday, October 5 from 7 PM to 10 PM for the Bailey Brothers.

The Bailey's are two brothers that grew up in the Mississippi Delta, raised on music and came to the city in 1999. Six years later after playing various open mic's from Jackson - Memphis a band was formed with Jason Bailey-guitar and vocals, Joe Brock Bailey-lead guitar and vocals...Since being in the city the brothers have played with many great musicians such as, Mark Whittington ,Scott Albert Johnson ,Greg "Fingers" Taylor,Ray Wilshire, Bill Abel ,Sherman Lee Dillon,Sterling Brooks,Tyler Kemp,Chris Wheeler,Tim Cotton,Eddie Francis, just to name a few. The Brothers play a lot of blues covers from Robert Johnson to Blind (Willie) Jefferson. With some rock covers from Allman Brothers-Rolling Stones.

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