Big chain steak place which I usually avoid, but my father-inlaw wanted to go so we did....
Peanut shells on the floor kind of place, and friendly wait staff---good but not great steaks at a good price...I had ribs that were tender and delicious.
Favorite Dish: ribs
Simply titled "The Buffet" - after a long day of casino hopping, I was looking forward to a big meal. I hit right around 7:00, and found a huge line to my dismay. It moved fairly quickly though, and within 30 minutes, I was raring to go. I started near the Asian station, and quickly had a full plate of many delicious stir frys, egg rolls, pot stickers, and noodles. Quite frankly, my issue all night was there were so many good choices that I had to return to my table after just visiting a station or two. Along with the Asian station, there was your carvery, American foods, seafood, pizza/Italian, and a huge dessert bar, among others. Steamed crab legs were a huge hit, and the line here was often very long. I was pleased to see most items replaced quickly. At the soup/salad station, there was both gumbo and etouffee, so you even had your regional influences at play. The only quibble (and it is minor) is that the selection at the dessert bar was a little underwhelming. Drinks were filled quickly, dirty plates were removed promptly. I ate for almost a solid hour. Awesome!
Price is a little on the high side for the area, but this is completely worth it. I'd do it again in a heartbeat.
It's a little misleading to call Mary Mahoney's a seafood place -- although of course there is wonderful fresh Gulf seafood on offer -- because it manages to combine history (the restaurant is housed in a 1737 house with period furnishings), an outstanding menu (do save room for dessert), and charm (just step into that oak-shaded courtyard and imagine yourself more than 250 years ago...when probably there wasn't much shade!). Any visit to Biloxi ought to include a stop here. It's expensive, but worth it.
Open for lunch and dinner from 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM Monday through Saturday. Closed Sundays.
Favorite Dish: The red snapper stuffed with shrimp and crabmeat is delicious, but there are a number of "signature dishes" all of which looked wonderful and probably tasted that way. The bread pudding makes the long drive from Rhode Island all worthwhile.
This most unique establishment is a mixture of what people use to throw away and owner Brad Orrison would find dumpster diving. He along with his sister Brooke decided why not start a business using all the interesting piece they acquire in their future restaurant. They experimented with all sort of different ways of smoking meat. Eventually, they perfective their secret sauce and were joined by a gentleman named Poppa Jack who had years of BBQ experience.
My husband absolutely loves this place and says it is the best BBQ he has ever had.
Sun.-Thurs. 11:00am-9:00pm Fri.-Sat. 11:00am-10pm.
Another good suggest from a co-worker. We enjoyed the buffet that had lots of wonderful fresh veggies, Southern Favorites such as fried catfish, Gulf-fresh shrimp and fresh-smoked meats and desserts.
Every Wednesday and Friday for buffet special discount. Special discount pricing for Friday is good until 6pm.
*Early Bird Special $5.00 off 4pm-6pm Sunday Monday Tuesday and Thursday.
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This was suggested by a co-worker and was not disappointed. An excellent food, service, and great price. They have breakfast, lunch and seafood dinner buffets, breakfast spreads, tender chicken and beef entrees, crisp salads, and savory side dishes.
Prime rib served on Friday and Saturday nights, plus crab legs prepared nightly
Add a lobster to your lunch or dinner buffet Mondays through Wednesdays for just $3.99*
Saturday: 7:00am – 10:30am • $6.99*
Sunday: 7:00am – 10:00am • $6.99*
Be sure to visit Café at the Point for breakfast Monday – Friday.
Monday – Thursday: 11:00am – 3:30pm • $7.99*
Friday & Saturday: 11:00am – 3:30pm • $8.99*
Monday – Thursday: 4:00pm – 9:00pm • $11.99*
Friday & Saturday: 4:00pm – 10:00pm • $14.99*
Breakfast: 7:00am – 10:00am • $6.99*
Brunch: 10:30am – 3:30pm • $14.99*
Dinner: 4:00pm – 9:00pm • $14.99*
Shrimp Featured All Day, Crab Legs Prepared Nightly
Sunday – Thursday
Shrimp Featured All Day, Prime Rib and Crab Legs Prepared Nightly
Friday & Saturday
The food was beyond compare. While they serve many seafood dishes (which I cannot eat due to allergies) which are prepared with fresh fish from the Gulf, they also have many other things. The Ham & Cheese Po-Boys are my favorite. It is simply the best sandwich of this kind I have ever had.
The ambiance is exquisite and it is located in a building dating from around 1640. This predates Biloxi by almost 60 years. It is quite old for the United States, and displays its Spanish origin.
Favorite Dish: The Ham and Cheese Po-Boys are AMAZING!!!! They are to die for!
This is not a restaurant... this is a destination. Started by a brother and sister, they had no formal training of either carpentry nor cooking, but somehow their shed remained standing and they BBQ has become a monument unto itself.
The shed is a place that everybody knows. There are others, but this is the original. It is decorated with trinkets from all over and continues to grow as people bring their junk in. After all somebody's junk is always someone else' treasure!
Dress for outdoor dining. It can be a bit chilly, particularly in the winter months. The backyard has a large fireplace and stage. Saturday nights the Shed hosts live music!
Favorite Dish: The menu is all good. The ribs, the brisket, the chicken. If you have two people, I'd recommend getting the combo and sharing.
The meat is so tender, all you have is a plastic fork. You do not need a knife. The meat just falls right off the bone!!
For dessert, you can buy some marshmallows and fixings to make s'mores over the fire!
Ruth's Chris is a chain steak house, but only has two locations in Mississippi, so as you can see, it is not a dime-a-dozen type place.
The tables are covered in white linens and have wine glasses already waiting. The lights are subdued and music is softly played. The waitstaff give excellent attentive service and the food is wonderful
Favorite Dish: All the items on the menu are delicious. If you like tender cuts, stay with the fillets. If you like more flavorful cuts, opt for the strip or the bone-in ribeye!
The entrees come a la carte, so you must choose some side dishes. The creamed spinach and potatoes au gratin are my favorite. Each is large enough for one person, so you must share.
They have an extensive wine list too. And if you don't see what you want, just ask. We found several selections that were not listed.
Burger Burger is a long standing landmark (even though its location has moved) in town. When I walked in, they immediately knew I was not from town, simply because all the people who go there are locals and frequent the place often.
Tucked back on some of the smaller residential streets, away from the casinos, most tourists never venture back this far.
The walls are decorated with various memorabilia about Biloxi and the South in general.
Favorite Dish: There is a chalkboard special of the day list, with soups, salads and various dishes, like lasagna or grilled fish.
The burgers are obviously the signature platters, but they have good po'boys too. Also salads and soups for those looking for a little healthier option.
the B R steakhouse is located at the beau rivage hotel and casino in central biloxi. this excellent steakhouse offers prime steak, lobster, stone crab, and local seafood. in my opinion the best steakhouse in the biloxi area. reservations recommended.
vrazel's is a very good steak and seafood restaurant located in nearby gulfport. vrazel's offers prime steaks and local seafood with a creole accent. one of the better restaurants in the biloxi-gulfport area.
mary mahoney's restaurant is located in the old french house in downtown biloxi. this excellent restaurant specializes in local mississippi creole cuisine. very good local seafood dishes and prime steaks. mary mahoney's has an elegant old south decor. in my opinion one of the best restaurants in the biloxi area.
on picture two of this tip is a white marker just above the awning of the restaurant that shows the high water mark of the storm surge of hurricane katrina.
Los Tres Amigos has always been my favorite Mexican restaurant in the Biloxi area since my first visit in 1998. The location along the beach was destroyed by Katrina, but this inland Gulfport location is operational and business is booming. They have all the standard Mexican dishes like fajitas, enchiladas, burritos, and margaritas, all at excellent prices. I had the very tasty enchilada supreme meal which comes with 4 enchiladas (beef, chicken, bean, and cheese) as well as chips & salsa for about $9. My draft Dos Equis was about $2. In my non-expert opinion on Mexican food, this place is very authentic and tasty.
Located just down the street from Kessler AFB, R&C Korean is a very authentic Korean restaurant popular among the local military. They feature numerous Korean specialties such as Dolsot Bebimbap (rice, meat, egg, & veggie dish in a hot stone bowl), kalbi (barbecued short ribs), bulgoki (marinated & fried beef pieces), kimbap (Korean version of California rolls), mandu (fried dumplings) and various others. The employees are all Korean-Americans who really know what they are cooking, and they are very friendly. Highly recommended.