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"Go Cup" Ordinance Goes into Effect in the District at Eastover

JACKSON, Miss. — Restaurant patrons in The District at Eastover can now carry and enjoy alcoholic beverages anywhere within the development, as the City of Jackson’s Leisure and Recreation District Ordinance, known as the “go cup” ordinance,” is now in effect.

Establishments authorized to offer go cups in The District at Eastover include Cantina Laredo and Fine & Dandy. Cultivation Food Hall is scheduled for a summer opening in The District and will also offer go cups.

The ordinance was passed by The Jackson City Council in March and dictates all alcoholic beverages must remain within The District at Eastover’s designated area between Eastover Drive to the south, the I-55 North/Frontage Rd. to the west and Perseverance Drive to the east.

The District at Eastover plans to take advantage of its status as a Leisure and Recreation District with a series of live music events on The District Green, as well as a Cinco de Mayo event scheduled for this Saturday, May 5th, at Cantina Laredo.

Additional live music events are scheduled for Thursday evenings in May as follows:

May 10th: Brian Ledford

May 17th: The Sessions

May 24th: Brian Ledford

May 31st: No Strings

Performances will be on The District Green from 5:30 to 8 p.m.


The District at Eastover represents the best of mixed-use urban revitalization in the heart of Mississippi’s capital city. Conveniently located between Jackson’s historic Eastover and Fondren neighborhoods and adjacent to the I-55 corridor and the University of Mississippi Medical Center, The District offers a transformative destination characterized by boutique shopping, acclaimed restaurants, thoughtfully planned office space and luxury residential living opportunities. Learn more about The District at

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