Lunch at Mary Mahoney’s
Visit Downtown Ocean Springs

Saturday, March 7, 2020

Within the coastal city of Biloxi, you’ll find one of the oldest homes in America. The historic home was constructed in the 1700s when the French occupied the Gulf Coast. By the 1960s, the home had been transformed into the renowned restaurant Mary Mahoney’s and became lovingly known as the Old French House. At Mary Mahoney’s you will enjoy an upscale and elegant lunch served in one of the South’s most unique restaurants. For more than 50 years, presidents, dignitaries, celebrities, and millions of others have experienced the rich history and legendary cuisine of this culinary treasure.
After dining in this landmark restaurant, you will travel to historic Ocean Springs. Known as “the city of discovery,” Ocean Springs is a Great American Main Street community that attracts vacationers with year-round art, music, and food festivals. It is also home to the Anderson family, whose Shearwater Pottery lures collectors to its rustic studios on the water, and whose creative legacy is honored by the gemlike Walter Anderson Museum of Art, located right in the heart of town. Ocean Springs was voted as a top 10 Happiest Seaside Town by Coastal Living in 2015. Whether you choose to visit one of its art galleries, shops, or unique eateries, or simply stroll the downtown area lined by stunning live oak trees, you are certain to enjoy your visit to “the city of discovery.” (limited to the first 50 people)

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