Welcome to Biloxi
Once known as the “Seafood Capital of the World”, Biloxi offers both revival and relaxation in equal measures. Jet-ski in the Gulf of Mexico, take a Shrimping Trip or a sunset sail on a Biloxi Schooner, or relax with your toes in the white sand and enjoy the beautiful views of the Mississippi Sound. Catch a Biloxi Shuckers baseball game and sample some locally-brewed coastal cold ones, or challenge your friends to a game of blackjack and watch a headliner show at one of the casinos. The options are endless.
Biloxi has two entertainment districts, where patrons may leave a restaurant or bar with a purchased drink in a go-cup: one is in the historic district, beginning at IP Casino and wrapping around Back Bay to the beach front and then back to just west of the Interstate 110 loop. The second is right along the beach front from about Veterans Avenue to Debuys Road.
Enjoy an upscale and elegant meal in one of the South’s most unique restaurants, centered around one of the oldest homes in America.
While we are known for our delectable oysters served on the half shell, we also offer many other options on our menu. Our signature dishes include Redfish Orleans, Big Easy Surf & Turf and Seafood Stuffed Portabellas, along with traditional staples like Seafood Gumbo, Crab Cakes, and Fried Shrimp.
We serve classic and new creole-style dishes utilizing only the finest ingredients available from the Delta and Gulf Coast regions. Visit often and enjoy our flavorful creations like seafood gumbo, shrimp and grits, and Mississippi farm-raised catfish.
The Ground Zero Blues Club offers a lunch and dinner menu featuring traditional Southern foods, some with a twist. Fried pickles are among the appetizers along with fried green tomatoes. A catfish BLT is among the sandwiches.
Over the years, we have become most famously known for our Field’s Method Steaks and are also the only restaurant in South Mississippi to cook our oysters chargrilled separately in respect of the traditional recipes.
The Sapphire Supper Club features the finest seafood & steaks, world-class wine, and live music. We’ve modeled this restaurant after the classic and ever-popular supper clubs from the 1930s and 40s. At the Sapphire Supper Club, you can experience what it was like to step into popular venues like the 500 Club, Gus Stevens Seafood Restaurant, and Club Saint-Germain.
Things to Do
We're always celebrating something in Coastal Mississippi. Whether it's the blues or jazz or the newest opportunity to savor some Gulf-to-table seafood, you never have to look very hard to find a good time. You can dance, take in some art, absorb some history and experience the Mississippi Gulf Coast's unique culture of fun.