Delicious cuisine is an essential ingredient in our “gumbo-culture.” Visiting Mississippi’s Gulf Coast region will open your eyes to some tasty menu options. During your visit, don’t be afraid to experiment with local eateries. Local flavors will give you a truly memorable experience; you may even find your new favorite restaurant!
ANNUAL OUR LADY OF THE GULF
Hundreds of volunteers prepare for thousands of festival goers 4th of July weekend every year in Bay St. Louis for the Annual Our Lady of the Gulf Crab Festival. Admission is free.
ANNUAL BILOXI SEAFOOD FESTIVAL
Each September indulge your senses with an abundance of glorious food, drink and artistic patronage that only Mississippi’s Southern charm could sustain for 36 years.
You may know them as subs, hoagies, heroes, Dagwoods or if you’re on the Gulf Coast, these sandwiches are called Po-Boys. Whatever you call them, Bozo’s Seafood Market and Deli is the best place to get them in Pascagoula.
MARY MAHONEY'S OLD FRENCH HOUSE
Coastal Mississippi pays tribute to New Orleans style French cuisine with mouth-watering favorites.
Scranton’s offers delicious and mouthwatering cuisine with a local twist! This historic restaurant has been serving downtown Pascagoula for 30 years.
STONE COUNTY BBQ AND BLUES FESTIVAL
In October, Blaylock Park in downtown Wiggins is the place to be if you love world-class BBQ, good down-home blues or both.