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T-Bones Records & Cafe

Hattiesburg, MS, US

2101 Hardy St,
Hattiesburg, MS, 39401, US
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About T-Bones Records & Cafe

Local Record Store in Hattiesburg, MS

Our Genres: Alternative, Blues, Classical, Electronic, Folk, Funk, Hip Hop / Rap, Jazz, Latin, Metal, Pop, R&B / Soul, Rock, Soundtracks, Spoken Word
Formats: Cassettes, CDs, 7" Vinyl, 12" Vinyl
What we do: Buy, Sell, Trade

Hours of Operation

Monday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sunday: Closed

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Reviews of T-Bones Records & Cafe in Hattiesburg, MS

  • 4.7
  • 940 Reviews

Deja Samuel

Favorite space in Hattiesburg. Warm atmosphere! The staff is friendly and work together harmoniously. Their energy adds more light to the space. Extremely dope music selection + some gems in the book section. Their tea options might be my favorite thing along with the lighting. It's the perfect place to work, relax, get lunch and/or read. Whoever is over the daily playlist needs a raise.


Honestly, I adored the atmosphere the most. It's been a great two times when going with friends. Smells nice, feels nice, looks nice and the food is excellent.Definitely a more 18-30's age range crowd but honestly anyone could really get along here but college kids love it the most for sure (including myself)Record shop dude is often pretty strict but within reason. Records aren't cheap and there's a lot of nice things that could get bumped around with goofing off. Cafe workers are always super nice and willing to work with whatever you want.Menu is a tad pricey but manageable considering it is cafe prices.Overall I loved it! Will add pictures next time around.


T-Bones is a unique spot with excellent tunes and even better offerings on the menu. I had a muffuletta and while it wasn't necessarily "traditional", it was still really good. Their sandwich press game is strong. Also had the best latte I've had in this area.This place is a can't miss. You'll dig it.

Shawn Kurey

Very neat and I loved the idea to have a cafe with food that looked amazing inside a music store to help keep the music store open as my generation were the last to experience the days when I grew up as a teenager and looked forward to saving up my allowance to purchase my HUGE music collection (that I still PROUDLY have) collected all from music stores! However, as a truck driver from Pennsylvania hearing and learning about the history between Afroman and T-Bones Records and Afroman being the ONLY reason I heard of T-Bones, I was VERY disappointed when I went out of the way in a commercial truck and had a hard time finding a place to park it just to stop and show my support to a local record store that is still in business selling physical copies of music and see AT LEAST ONE PICTURE (MAYBE even with a autograph) on the wall of Afroman at T-Bones Records from the early days and I even thot I may have been at the wrong place! I was VERY surprised not to see ANYTHING!! Didn't even have a Afroman cd that I WOULD have purchased to add to my special even prouder personal "Golden Record Collection" just to say I got it from the original store that sold his music before anyone else did, but saw other cd's that I wouldn't of and don't have personally in MY collection!! I understand that was a long time ago and when I confirmed to the man at the counter that knew something was awkward about me that I stopped in because I heard the place was famous and I wanted to check it out, he was very kind but seemed bothered or had a flashback like maybe he was there at a time when the place may have been so busy he couldn't wait to go home or maybe he was continuously bothered by fans or media at the time as it was happening and thot the days were over that someone like me would be there or maybe I just surprised or caught him off guard. I am Someone that enjoys history and seeing and learning about where the seed was planted for the roots of something as it is and that it did to take off for a nobody as they say. I enjoy hearing about and seeing where and how it happened to others that were just a unknown person the same as I still am! I purchased a hat that I am proud to know where it came from that I showed my support to and later learned on my receipt the man at the counter gave me a discount on and he gave me 2 stickers that I'm giving one to my friend that is responsible for me hearing the story and learning about T-Bones Records & Afroman!! I would have gave 5 stars, but NOT 1 piece of history disappointed me and was the only thing I wanted to see with my own eyes in person from the original place where it started from. Congratulations on 25 years in business and Best Wishes from a truck driver from PA that stopped by as I was passing thru!! 🤟🏻🤟🏻

Neil King

Love this place but this time it was just a table of 4. 3 ordered food and I just wanted a coffee. They brought 3 drinks but didn't bring my coffee. They said ya they are working on it. It was just a plain cup of medium roast coffee. They brought the food and they said ya they are working on making my coffee. Then my wife got up and had to ask again for it. They finally brought out my plain cup of coffee!!!

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