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A really nice place to have seafood in Pascagoula. An extremely fast lunch service at a reasonable price. Try the "popcorn" shrimp. They would be called large anywhere else. All their seafood is very fresh and well prepared.
According to reviews on Urban Spoon, this southern/soul restaurant has great food and the best catfish ever eaten.
Fried Catfish filets, popcorn shrimp
boiled shrimp, oysters, stuffed crab, chicken filets, fried pickles, onion rings, french fries, etc.
Mexican, Casual Dining
c. 1840. Greek Revival mansion that overlooks the Mississippi River. Five acres of informal gardens. Furnished with original antiques. A Union cannonball is still lodged in the parlor wall. Restaurant on site. Member of Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
Deli sandwiches, pastries, and divine selection of coffee specialties.
On the menu are fried pickles, fried green tomatoes, large poboys, grilled shrimp, salads or steak. Order a glass of sweet tea and you’re in Mississippi food heaven.
Appetizers, sandwiches and dinner entrees.
The Delta's Lebanese and Italian heritage merge with Delta cuisine at Chamoun’s Resthaven and patrons can sample authentic kibbie, cabbage rolls and gyros alongside homemade ravioli and lasagna and Southern fried catfish. The restaurant is just a few blocks from Ground Zero and the Delta Blues Museum.
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