Scranton's Restaurant & Catering
Located in the heart of downtown Pascagoula, the restaurant’s name is a homage to the area’s former name: Scranton. The town of Scranton was founded by the railroad in 1870, and in 1910 would merge with Pascagoula. In 1924, the building that houses the restaurant was constructed as the City Hall and Central Fire Station.
Enjoy the casual atmosphere and their signature dishes: shrimp & grits and smoked pulled pork. After you enjoy your meal, you can explore old jail cells and check out the bright red door of the old firehouse. Scranton’s is the perfect mixture of delicious dining, history, and local hospitality.