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It's always a great time to be playing the Coast. The Mississippi Gulf Coast has something for everyone. It offers world-class casinos and golf courses; restaurants and dishes special to this region; an energetic nightlife in casinos and locales like downtown Gulfport, Bay St. Louis and Ocean Springs; and a long list of attractions to fit any budget or family size. Our goal is to provide you with the most comprehensive source of information — magazine, website, phone app — to make it easy to play the Coast.
Anything goes in this one day inside and outside sale! We're already known for our fabulous selections of art, vintage, pottery, jewelry, furniture, collectibles and women's/children's clothing and accessories...BUT Saturday, Oct. 13, we're opening our doors (and parking lot) and allowing folks to sell their "white elephants"...so who knows what will happen? In addition, we've gathered a HUGE selection of salvage items, bric a brac, DIY projects...too much to list!
Infinity Buffet Offering an endless selection of dishes at a great price. Relax and enjoy the view overlooking our sparkling pool and tropical deck. The infinity buffet offers an endless selection of dishes, featuring All-You-Can-Eat Dungeness Crab nightly! Specialized serving stations include hearty soups, salads, seafood, pasta, carved meats and a tempting array of desserts. $9.99 Breakfast – 7am to 10:30am $12.49 Lunch – 11am to 2:30pm $25.99 Dinner – Sun-Thu 3pm to 9pm, Fri & Sat 3pm to 10pm Dinner $12.99 for children 4-10
Laissez Les Bon Temps Roulez… or Let the Good Times Roll! If you’ve ever heard of Mardi Gras, chances are you think of New Orleans. No doubt, the Big Easy has a strong carnival tradition; Mobile, Alabama does too. But the Mississippi Gulf Coast is no stranger to Mardi Gras celebrations.
The Mississippi Gulf Coast National Heritage Area (MGCNHA) recently awarded the Gulf Coast Outpost (GCO) recognition to local nature-based business owners and operators. Businesses such as eco tours, locally owned outfitters, charter boat operators, tour guides, eco-lodges and agritourism entities are encouraged to participate.
The 1970’s saw the expansion of the Interstate 10 freeway system across South Mississippi. The promise of greater ease in travel brought with it great controversy. The freeway was being built right through the home of the sandhill crane in Jackson County. Jacob M. (Jake) Valentine, Jr. was assigned to investigate the effects on this population.