Shaggy’s Fishing Team recently donated a blue marlin fishing trip in the Dominican Republic. The trip, valued at $12,000, includes two days of fishing on the “Cheeseburger,” a 60-foot custom sport boat, and three nights staying in a villa overlooking Marina Cap Cana. The donation, won by Brian Levi, was part of the Humane Society […]
“I could feel the positive energy of the fun, Key West style restaurant. Reveling in the eclectic décor, even more impressive is Shaggy’s commitment to the community –buying local seafood and creating the Shaggy’s Kids Foundation, which introduces children to the sport of fishing & marine life on the Gulf Coast. “We appreciate our customers for allowing us the opportuni...
Ocean Springs, MS– As our first segment of favorite summer eateries we will introduce you to Shaggy’s Harbor Bar & Grill, one of our new top favorites!! Located in the heart of the Pass Christian Harbor, Shaggy’s panoramic view is incredible! Over looking the gulf and the boat filled harbor, one would never guess the […]
by MICHELLE ROBERTS MATTHEWS Eating at a restaurant like Shaggy’s is an experience that’s easy to take for granted if you live on the Coast. Perched atop stilts, right on the Pass Christian Harbor next to the yacht club, Shaggy’s is a super-casual, laid-back, kid- and dog-friendly hangout. But the best part is, the food […]
GULF SHORES, Ala. — Almost everyone along the Alabama Gulf Coast has a favorite shrimp dish, and the best way to prepare the tasty crustacean is always a matter of taste and often leads to a heated debate. Last week, chef Ashley Cabana of Shaggy’s Harbor Bar & Grill put an end to the debate […]
In it’s May 2009 issue, Coast Living magazine featured what it considered to be the country’s “Best Seafood Dives.” Beginning in Maine on the Northeast coast, and ending in Washington on the Northwest coast, the magazine highlighted the “not to miss” seafood joints from each of the coastal states. Shaggy’s is proud (but not surprised) […]
In the past two years, there has never been a better time to visit Pass Christian than now. The beautiful restored homes along one side of Highway 90 and the sailboats drifting through the sparkling waters of the Gulf on the other side are truly a sight for sore eyes. With almost nothing left standing […]
By PRISCILLA FRULLA The commercial tide may be turning in Pass Christian, where few businesses have reopened since Hurricane Katrina. At the harbor, a restaurant and bar with attached marine-supply store and live bait shop is being built. the opening is expected in July. Shaggy’s Harbor Bar and Grill will dominate the $750,000 building. The […]