Stopped in for lunch. Had a salad and bowl of gumbo. Service was okay. Gumbo was excellent. Salad was fresh, but drab institutional salad dressing. Prices a bit on the high side.
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Some would call it a hole in the wall, but I call it a great local place for excellent food from roast beef or oyster Po boys to wonderful fish specials. Get off the main drag and head to Howard AV.
Great place for breakfast. The pancakes were wonderful. Very friendly staff. Reminds me of an old family-run diner where the locals all eat.
At 2:50 my husband and I stopped by, only to find the establishment closing at 3:00. I checked the time, disappointed, and returned to the car...only to have the waitress run out the door and invite us in. We ordered 2 po'boys. My husband had...More
Our tour boat guide recommended a few area restaurants for lunch and we chose this one. I was surprised when the GPS took us off the beaten track and to this small place where I had to parallel park. I didn't want to do that...More
We used to love eating here but here recently it seems the quality of the food has gone downhill. Everything is just mediocre.
I love to eat here when I can. It is filled with locals who enjoy the daily lunch specials (very affordable) but I always get their special french fries which are covered in gravy and cheese. I also get the crabmeat and cheese po-boy since...More
When I moved to Gulfport in 1985, I volunteered to be a judge in a gumbo contest for a festival at Point Cadet. I personally judged the gumbo from Ole Biloxi Schooner as the best in the professional class, which was even better than my...More