Chef Craig Noone of Parlor Market in Jackson, MS Passes

October 14, 2011 | By | Comments (14)

2002801_BiteB0488Chef Craig Noone at Parlor Market in August

We at Southern Living were saddened to hear of the passing of Craig Noone, 32, executive chef and owner of the Parlor Market restaurant in Jackson, Mississippi (featured in the November issue of Southern Living), on Friday, October 14.

A Jackson native, Craig attended Jackson Academy before receiving a business degree from Mississippi College and studying with the Texas Culinary Academy’s Le Cordon Bleu program. After working as a chef in restaurants in Italy, New Orleans, Dallas, and Atlanta, Craig returned home and opened Parlor Market in downtown Jackson last September.

Craig opened the restaurant in a historic 1898 building on West Capitol Street that had housed (among other businesses) a meat market, grocery store, lumber company, and the offices of the Dixie Marble Company.  Wanting to honor that past, Craig researched the building’s history at the Mississippi Department of Archives while planning the restaurant, and later incorporated elements of the former occupants such as a marble-counter oyster bar, and reclaimed wood in the hostess station and furnishings.

He also used elements of the city’s culinary past in a changing menu that featured tamales and house-made kibbeh, as well as innovative twists on Southern specialties such as Mississippi rabbit roulade with glazed heirloom carrots and lemon lentils.

That combination of local history and classic cuisine made Parlor Market one of the city’s most popular restaurants. As Craig said shortly after his restaurant opened, “we’re not just trying to do good food here. We’re trying to bring back some of the history of downtown Jackson.”

– James T. Black; photo: Chris M. Rogers



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  13. Andy Wilson

    I am the owner and general manager of Underground 119, I was proud to be apart of this article for Souther Living with Craig. He was a good friend, an innovator, a pioneer for Downtown Jackson, Mississippi cuisine and he will be sorely missed.

    October 20, 2011 at 4:07 pm
  14. Carrie Valentine

    My husband and I were at Parlor Market during the Southern Living photo shoot. We were just passing by, having had lunch their earlier that day, and seeing Craig, congratulated him on his photo shoot. He invited us in to watch and participate in the shoot. He was so kind, so welcoming. He felt like a friend even though we had just met. My husband and I were so impressed with everything about him and his restaurant. We were devastated when we heard the news. I know he will truly be missed. He was a gift to Mississippi.

    October 17, 2011 at 9:58 am

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