Pass Christian, Mississippi
End of the Line
After a day of fishing inshore or around the Mississippi portion of the barrier isles of the Gulf Islands National Seashore and running back to Pass Christian Small Craft Harbor, you might want to stroll over to Shaggy’s Harbor Bar & Grill. This quaint, Key West style restaurant and watering hole overlooks the harbor and serves up burgers, sandwiches, salads and seafood, plus cold libations. You’ll also notice the signs pointing out that there is no freezer on the premises. Only fresh seafood here.
Founded by Ron Ladner in 2007, shortly after Hurricane Katrina, it is named after Shaggy’s Tavern that was a landmark in downtown Pass Christian in the 1940s. The Pass Christian restaurant was the first of what has expanded into a chain of four Shaggy’s stretching along the Gulf of Mexico from Biloxi to Pensacola. Whether you prefer to dine inside or out on the upper deck, Shaggy’s provides the perfect laid-back end to a day on the water. More information and menus can be found at shaggys.com.