Kings Tavern Natchez
Chef Beau McManus joins the culinary team at historic Kings Tavern- 
Natchez, Mississippi.
King’s Tavern circa 1789 is the oldest standing building in Natchez renovated and opened fall of 2013 by Chef Regina Charboneau.

Beau McManus attended University of Southern Mississippi and began his career in Hospitality and Hotel Management but found his love was in the “back of the house”. A Mississippi native who migrated to South Florida and then back to Mississippi is most at home in the kitchen. He honed his skills in Southern Kitchens- such as Parlor Market and Pig and Pint in Jackson, Mississippi. During Regina’s search for a key person to assist, running her kitchen it was Beau’s passion for Farm to Table and Chacuterie that made him the perfect addition to her culinary team.
Ricky Woolfolk - our amazing mixologist - read all of our five star reviews- they all mention Ricky!  formerly of the Kimpton Hotel group in Miami, a master at craft cocktails. He oversees the bar at the Tavern and heads up the Mixology classes offered on weekends upstairs at the Tavern. He is committed enough that everything is made in house- even the tonic water. Ricky has a keen interest in the forgotten classics as well as being creative.

 

formerly of the Kimpton Hotel group in Miami, a master at craft cocktails. He oversees the bar at the Tavern and heads up the Mixology classes offered on weekends upstairs at the Tavern. He is committed enough that everything is made in house- even the tonic water. Ricky has a keen interest in the forgotten classics as well as being creative. 

Owner Chef Regina Charboneau 
Chef Regina Charboneau is a native of Natchez - although she started her culinary career in San Francisco ( Regina's at the Regis, Chi Chi Beignet, Regina's Sonoma and Biscuits and Blues) She returned to her Natchez roots. Along with owning Twin Oaks circa 1832 - Regina is the Chef de Cuisine for the American Queen Riverboat. for more information on the American Queen go to www.aqsc.com
Regina and her husband Doug bought the oldest building in Natchez -Kings Tavern circa 1789. She decided to focus on wood fired flatbreads and craft cocktails and other craft beverages. Her team is headed up by Bar Manager Ricky Woolfolk.  
Chef Beau McManus joins the culinary team at historic Kings Tavern- 
Natchez, Mississippi.
King’s Tavern circa 1789 is the oldest standing building in Natchez renovated and opened fall of 2013 by Chef Regina Charboneau.

Beau McManus attended University of Southern Mississippi and began his career in Hospitality and Hotel Management but found his love was in the “back of the house”. A Mississippi native who migrated to South Florida and then back to Mississippi is most at home in the kitchen. He honed his skills in Southern Kitchens- such as Parlor Market and Pig and Pint in Jackson, Mississippi. During Regina’s search for a key person to assist, running her kitchen it was Beau’s passion for Farm to Table and Chacuterie that made him the perfect addition to her culinary team.