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Coast Seafood and Brew Opens at Beau Rivage

Shrimp Corn Dogs

Photos by Julian Brunt

BILOXI, Miss. - Coast Seafood & Brew, featuring fresh local seafood and more than 40 regional craft beer and spirits, is now open at Beau Rivage Resort & Casino. In a coastal town regarded for its seafood heritage, deep-sea fishing charters, and white sand beaches, MGM Resorts International’s new Biloxi restaurant brings to life the term “dock to table.”

Beau Rivage Executive Chef Kristian Wade, an International School of Culinary Arts graduate who grew up on the banks of the Mississippi Gulf Coast’s Pascagoula River, developed a menu that spotlights fresh local offerings from one of the most dynamic seafood locales of the world.

“Coast Seafood & Brew presents seafood straight from the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico,” said Wade. “We have talented chefs who understand and specialize in seafood, and using ingredients sourced from local vendors, we’re able to showcase this area’s superb coastal cuisine to our visitors.”

Red Snapper

Daily caught fish, crab and shrimp dishes fill an extensive menu that features Gulf Coast-style dishes such as Boudin Stuffed Shrimp, Crabmeat Au Gratin, Seafood Explosion, Triggerfish, Red Snapper (pictured at left), Black Grouper, and Shrimp Corn Dogs (pictured above). Popular local staples come to life in the overflowing fried seafood platter, Biloxi pressed po-boys, gumbo, and much more.

Mother Shuckers

Guests will also find an expansive selection of oysters on the menu. Traditional oyster favorites - Charbroiled, Bienville and Rockefeller - are complemented by Coast Seafood & Brew’s exclusive Oysters Beauvoir and the juicy Mother Shucker (pictured at right), Beau Rivage’s fried favorite that pays homage to the region’s minor league baseball team, the Biloxi Shuckers.

Diners are encouraged to step up to the raw bar for a sampling of oysters-on-the-half-shell from around the globe. Learn and literally taste the difference between the flavorful handcrafted Murder Point oysters from Bayou La Batre, Ala., and rich, creamy oysters of the Gulf of Mexico, to the plump, full-flavored varieties coming from as far away as Washington state and British Columbia.

Each meal starts with complimentary fresh bread served with small bowls of whipped honey butter and a southern kitchen favorite - pot liquor juice - the delectable liquid found at the bottom of a pot of braised greens.

Sweet lovers can complete their meal with decadent selections off the artfully-presented dessert flight. Guests can choose one or more of the mini-mason jars filled with Poppin’ Cherry Pie with Vanilla Ice Cream, Shortbread Cookie Cheesecake with Citrus Marinated Berries, Black Bottom Butterscotch Pudding with Shaved Chocolate, Southern Banana Pudding with Nilla Wafers, or Salted Caramel Mississippi Mud Pie with Toasted Marshmallow.

An incredible selection of regional craft beers and hand-crafted cocktails can be found on the three-page drink menu. A variety of ambers, ales, lagers, ciders, and crafts brewed exclusively for Beau Rivage by local breweries are available. Featured spirits include the Texas Mule, Oyster Shooter, Jalapeno Margarita, Back Bay Mojito, Lost on the Beach, and the Southern Cucumber.

The restaurant’s décor is open and casual with a nod to Biloxi’s seafood past. The spacious room resembles a classic fish house with open-beam ceilings, polished bronze accents, and white-washed tables on stained concrete floors. Big chalkboards hang on the light brick walls and highlight featured libations and the fresh bounty of the day. Geometric-patterned cushions resembling shimmering fish scales encase large circular booths, while wood-paneled wall furnishings and distressed steel light fixtures hang overhead. Tall aqua green and sand colored banquettes, representing the sand and sea, separate the dining area from the two large copper bars that flank the restaurant and underscore Coast Seafood & Brew’s focus on craft beer and spirits. Sixteen high definition TVs and the largest TV screen in Beau Rivage make Coast Seafood & Brew the perfect place to watch sports.

“Guests coming to the Mississippi Gulf Coast are looking for an authentic seafood dining experience,” said Beau Rivage President and COO Marcus Glover. “Coast Seafood & Brew pays homage to the region’s prominent seafood heritage with an incredibly-talented culinary team eager to serve up the freshest seafood and locally-sourced ingredients available in the region.”

The restaurant is open Mon, Thurs and Fri, 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. and Fri & Sat 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Closed Tues and Wed. Casual attire. No reservations.

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