In 2009 the wife-husband team of Casey and Jeremy Miller bought this popular Benton Park spot (then known as the Mississippi Mud House), and with the help of chef Chris Bork, have raised the bar for coffeehouse eats. The fare is casual but not simplistic: A standout sandwich features a confit of pork shoulder, the meat sinfully luscious and intensely porky. Breakfast, including an egg, cheese and bacon or sausage sandwich and a terrific breakfast burrito, is available all day. The menu features produce from the Mud House's own garden.

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In 2009 the wife-husband team of Casey and Jeremy Miller bought this popular Benton Park spot (then known as the Mississippi Mud House), and with the help of chef Chris Bork, have raised the bar for coffeehouse eats. The fare is casual but not simplistic: A standout sandwich features a confit of pork shoulder, the meat sinfully luscious and intensely porky. Breakfast, including an egg, cheese and bacon or sausage sandwich and a terrific breakfast burrito, is available all day. The menu features produce from the Mud House's own garden.

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Price: $
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit

Parking: Street


Reservations: Accepted, Not Accepted


Attire: Casual


Entertainment: Live Entertainment

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