Moss Point is a city in Jackson County, Mississippi. The population was 13,704 at the 2010 census. On August 29, 2005, Moss Point was hit by the strong east side of Hurricane Katrina, and much of the city was flooded or destroyed (see details below).
Things to do in Moss Point
4.5 based on 33 reviews
This place used to be great! Service, quality, and prices used to be above par. Seems like the ladies aren't excited about making anything. The cakes have little options than most places. Their donuts are great! Although other places have more extravagant possibilities, I like to support my local businesses.
4.5 based on 300 reviews
I came here twice on a recent trip after getting a lot of referrals by people. You have to wait in line to order your food from an older man that’s very hard of hearing. Then wait on another line to pay. Then wait in line to get your food. The seating is mostly group seating so your going to be sitting next to strangers. I got the roast beef po boy the first visit and really didn’t like it, I figured it was because it’s mainly a seafood restaurant. So I went back the second time to try the shrimp Po boy and it was better but not that great. I won’t be going back due to the hassle of just trying to get your food and it not being the great.
4 based on 99 reviews
For starters, I'm not a fan of Cracker Barrel... but my family is. You know what that means ... I have to just suck it up and eat here sometimes. I've eaten here several times and have experiences ranging from good to bad (I guess depending on who is working in the kitchen). Overall, it's okay if you like Cracker Barrel (CB) food. There is nothing at this CB that makes it unique to the thousands of other around the nation. If you like CB , you will like this one. It's clean, the service is hot or miss and the food is hit or miss (in my opinion) However, my family thinks differently. They think this place is great.
4 based on 81 reviews
For three decades, Scranton's has been serving exceptional cuisine in a unique, casual dining atmosphere. The restaurant makes its home in downtown Pascagoula, Mississippi, in a historic, early 1920's building that once housed the town's firehouse and city hall.Today, remnants of the town's history remain a distinctive part of the dining experience. Guests are welcomed to browse the premises and peek inside the old town vault; dine in the spot where the mayor once conducted business; touch the bars of the town's original jail cell, and glimpse the bright red door that once opened to the old firehouse.But the main attraction at Scranton's is the food - mouthwatering dishes brilliantly prepared with a local flair. Like Scranton's signature Shrimp & Grits; our special recipe of shrimp, mushrooms, peppers and onions poured over baked & seasoned grit cakes. You'll also want to try our Smoked Pulled Pork, slow-cooked and smoked to perfection on premise - or our hearty Crab Cakes, perfectly seasoned and loaded with succulent lump crabmeat. Then there's our unforgettable Seafood Gumbo, She-Crab Soup, savory burgers, crispy fried seafood, Po-boys, salads, fresh fish, juicy steaks, and specials that change daily.The list goes on, but it's always easy to see how Scranton's continues to earn its loyal following and win new fans each day. Come join us for lunch or dinner today, soak in a bit of local history, and experience the great food, fun and friendship that have made Scranton's famous.
My favorite lunch spot in downtown Pascagoula, Scranton's is in a converted old firehouse with lotsa antique memorabilia...even an old jail cell in the back, sheriff's office didn't have. Fantastic food including great burgers, po-boy's and sandwiches, southern fare like étoufee, gumbo and jambalaya, flounder,...MoreThank you so much for your continued support!
4 based on 79 reviews
We weren't sure what to expect, with this Ruby Tuesday being right by the interstate, but there seemed to be a good number of locals eating there. We were there on a Friday night, and the restaurant was busy, but not overly so. The food and the service were really good. We'll be back!
4.5 based on 11 reviews
I probably would have given this place a higher rating if I wasn't forced to listen to Fox News blaring on the tv on the wall.other than that it is a good idea, make your own salad with soups and drinks and wraps to eat and ice cream for desert or just because.its quick and clean and I would go back if I had headphones.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Near city of Pascagoula, MS
We love the atmosphere of dining in but also love the ease of carryout orders and the food is delicious.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Looked long and hard for authentic pizza near Mobile, Alabama and found it in Pascagoula, Mississippi! The dough, cheese, sauce and toppings were authentic and so tasty. Order from their menu or create your own, they're there to please you and your tastebuds. Friendly staff, great aromas, and menu includes other Italian delights and desserts. You're gonna like this place.
4 based on 109 reviews
Hacienda San Miguel is devoted to bringing people together to enjoy delicious authentic Mexican dishes. We are driven by a passion for our craft, devotion to excellence and dedication to upholding the best quality standards.
Got there at 11:15 for lunch and the doors were still locked. Used to this place was packed when the door opened promptly at 11. While waiting it gave us plenty of time to notice the glass doors and outside seating area hadn't been cleaned...MoreWe are so sorry to hear you had a negative experience with us! We will definitely address opening procedures, cleanliness, and service with our staff. These things should already be corrected, but we will ensure your next time with us is much more pleasant.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Welcome to Jack's By The Tracks : a Southern-Sushi-Juke-Joint-Fish-Taqueria-Neighborhood-Pub- ... serving the best southern-influenced sushi, fish tacos, po'boys, fresh salads & tapas...Our bar offers the coldest beers and fanciest cocktails, and a red stage showcasing the talents of local musicians.
Went for a business lunch with a group. The service was a bit slow, but friendly. The food, when it got to the table, was great. I tried the Vancleave poboy. It was crab cakes, dressed and lightly pressed. Awesome, especially with their home made remoulade sauce. I also tried the Adian slaw, perfect with the sandwich. They say it's a nice place to hang out at night. I will try it again.
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