About Russell’s


The building, which is now Russell’s Beef House, was originally built in 1957 by E.N. Howell. He named it Kathy’s after his 5-year-old daughter, Kathy Howell. This restaurant was operated by the Wagnon family until the early 1970’s, at which time it became known as Dairyland for several years. The birth of his grandson, Russell Smith, in January 1978 brought Troy Russell to Corinth from Jackson, MS. At age 55, having spent many years in the restaurant business, he saw an opportunity to turn this vacant building into a unique steak restaurant. After extensive remodeling, most of which he did personally, he opened on April 18, 1978. Russell’s Beef House continues to be run by his family using the same open charcoal pit and his secret sauce. We remain committed to providing good food and good service in a casual family atmosphere.


All Dinners Served With Choice of 1 Side, One Trip Salad Bar, and Hot Toasted Garlic Bread

Sirloin For Two (32 oz.)

Sirloin (16 oz.)

New York Strip (12 oz.)

Large T-Bone (16 oz.)

Small T-Bone (12 oz.)

Filet Mignon (8 oz.)

Ribeye (18 oz.)

Ribeye (12 oz.)

Ribeye (8 oz.)

Ground Sirloin (8 oz.)

Double Ground Sirloin (16 oz.)

Steak on a Stick (2 Skewers)

Very Rare (Warm-Cold Center) –– Rare (Red-Hot) –– Medium Rare (Light Red Center) Medium (Pink Center) –– Medium Well (Light Pink Center) –– Well (Gray Through)
Not Responsible For Steaks Ordered Well Done

Shrimp Skewers (2 Skewers)

Grilled Pork Loin (8 oz.)

Grilled Chicken Breast (8 oz.)


Choice of Ground Sirloin (5 oz.), Hot Dog, or Grilled Cheese
Served with Choice of Potato

Lilly Burger (5 oz.)

Lucy Burger (with cheese) (5 oz.)

Children's menu does not include salad bar



Baked Potato - $2.00
Sweet Potato - $2.50
French Fries - $2.00
Salad Bar - $4.95
(One Trip Bowl)
Salad Bar - $9.95
Sauteed Onions - $2.00
Sauteed Mushrooms - $2.00
Steamed Veggies - $2.00
Add Cheese - .50
Add 1 Shrimp Skewer to Diner - $6.95




Iced Tea
Diet Coke
Barq's Root Beer
Dr. Pepper
Diet Dr. Pepper
Mellow Yellow

Thoroughly cooking foods of animal origin such as beef, eggs, fish, lamb,
pork, poultry, or shellfish reduces the risk of foodborne illness.
Individuals with certain health conditions may be a higher risk if these foods are consumed raw
or undercooked. Consult your physician or public health official for further information.

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