8 Spots for Delicious Raw Oysters

There's nothing like the plump and salty oysters from Mississippi's gulf. Here are eight spots to find delicious raw oysters on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

Brackish Seafood Restaurant

217 E. Beach Blvd., Long Beach (228) 918-9229

Brackish is one of the newest restaurants on the coast. Here you’ll enjoy a beautiful view of the Gulf and delicious oysters. (Photo: Brackish Seafood Restaurant)

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Half Shell Oyster House

2500 13th Street, Gulfport (228) 867-7001

Half Shell has many restaurants throughout the South. Located in a historic downtown building, this is where their story started. (Photo: Half Shell Oyster House)

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The Blind Tiger

119 N. Beach Blvd., Bay St. Louis (228) 216-2600

The Blind Tiger is a fun waterside bar and restaurant with a great atmosphere. (Photo: The Blind Tiger)

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McElroy's on the Bayou

705  Bienville Blvd., Ocean Springs (228) 818-4600

Family owned and operated, McElroy’s is also known for their friendly customer service and beautiful view of the bayou. (Photo: McElroy’s on the Bayou)

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Shaggy's Harbor Bar & Grill

120 S. Hiern Ave., Pass Christian (228) 432-5005

Shaggy’s has three restaurants along the coast. All share the same comfortable atmosphere and delicious oysters. (Photo: Shaggy’s Harbor Bar & Grill)

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Don's Seafood Restaurant

800 US-11, Picayune (601) 799-2184

As you walk through Don’s doors you’re treated as if you’ve been friends since they first opened in 1985. (Photo: Don’s Seafood Restaurant)

 

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Mikey's on the Bayou

5600 Washington Ave., Ocean Springs (228) 818-9194

In addition to delicious raw oysters, here you can enjoy one of the most beautiful views on the coast. (Photo: Mikey’s on the Bayou)

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White Cap Seafood Restaurant

560 E. Beach Blvd., Gulfport (228) 604-4444

Enjoy delicious raw oysters as you take in the beautiful beach views on their front deck. (Photo: White Cap Seafood Restaurant)

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