Dauphin Island is a town in Mobile County, Alabama, United States, on a barrier island of the same name (split by the Katrina Cut), at the Gulf of Mexico. It incorporated in 1988. The population was 1,238 at the 2010 census. The town is included in the Mobile metropolitan statistical area. The island (originally named "Massacre Island") was renamed for Louis XIV of France's great-grandson and heir, the dauphin, the future Louis XV of France. The name of the island is often mistaken as "Dolphin Island"; dauphin is "dolphin" in the French language.
Things to do in Dauphin Island
4.5 based on 364 reviews
Fresh Seafood Local Seafood On Dauphin Island Al Shrimp , Fish,oysters ,crab Meat And More Steamed Seafood To Go
We stopped in for fresh shrimp to make jambalaya and left with fresh flounder, crab and shrimp bisque and fresh shrimp. All were excellent! Heplful friendly staff, which we suspect were the owners.
4.5 based on 465 reviews
We arrived late Sunday afternoon and tried to go on Monday. They are not open Mon or Tues. Arrived Weds morning about 715 to a LINE! Order muffins, turnovers and a cinnamon roll to go with the breakfast I was making for the family. The cinnamon roll was HUGE. It was gone before I was done cooking. I had one small bite and it was good. The turnovers were also good. I did not get to try the muffin. It was shared and gone before I sat down to eat. I was told I would be going back before we ended our vacation
4 based on 178 reviews
We have been coming to Dauphin Island for over 5 years now and this place never skips a beat. They have really great pizza and ice cream our kids love to come here! Pricing is good and there's even a little spot on the deck for you to dine if you like♡
4.5 based on 88 reviews
Stop in and pick up some delicious tacos and take out. You can eat outside as well but this day was fairly warm. Lol. Homemade and delish....all of it. Friendly service too. A must try while on our Island!!!
4 based on 231 reviews
Pirate's is in the Historic Isle Dauphine building, with a beautiful view of the Gulf of Mexico. Our building has recently been added to the National Register of Historic Places. We are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner 7 days a week. Poolside dining and Beach access are available weather pending.
Plug in the address to your GPS, otherwise you may get lost as it is located behind a golf course. It is very, very casual, but the food is good as is the service. The waitresses were very attentive. We sat on the patio and enjoyed the sunny day.
4 based on 426 reviews
Located on the water pet friendly dining on our deck fresh seafood burgers and chicken beautiful sunsets
We arrived on the island LATE afternoon Sunday with dwindling options. My wife found Jr's and it was a good meal. Two seafood platter for my wife and daughter looked good. My shrimp poboy was good. Bar upstairs for over 21. They take food up. No alcohol can come down. Good food and the view at sunset should be worthy. We were too late.
3.5 based on 428 reviews
Early dinner on The deck. The locals were inside but the northern set outside. It was lovely. I ordered shrimp and grits. Wonderful. Then our daughter decided we needed dessert. I AM GLAD SHE DID! The bread pudding was wonderful. There were several lower ratings on YELP (We look at both) . Glad I ignored them and trusted the last clue reviews. Go! Enjoy.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
There is a nice view of the bay, good music on the jukebox and a very friendly bartender. We enjoyed our brief visit there and would go again.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Not quite sure how to rate this place. I understand the menu changes but tonight it was pretty much a burger or a burger. I found a burger that sounded great but they wouldn't put a different kind of cheese on it. How hard is it to substitute a slice of cheese? So I chose a different burger that was excellent although I'm not sure it was a $12 burger. Plus the sides were potato chips or potato salad. No substitutes. I don't eat either so it was just the burger. Our other burger was very good as well. Just a bit pricey. Ambiance is just adorable. Very cute and hip. I hear the live music nights are wonderful. So again, conflicted.
4 based on 49 reviews
Island Chevron and Grill is your one-stop shop to help you enjoy your day on beautiful Dauphin Island! We open early (4:30 am) for fresh, hot breakfast made to order. The best biscuits on the island, eggs cooked the way you want them, sausage, bacon, grits and lots of other combinations. Come in for lunch and try our daily specials (red beans and rice, potato soup, gumbo, fried fish plates and jambalaya to name a few). Don't forget the famous Island Burger in 1/4 pound or 1/2 pound sizes dressed the way you want it. Starting at 11am each day you can order hot, fresh pizza with your choice of toppings (all at no extra charge)! We also carry your beach needs! Sunscreen, Boogie Boards, Skim Boards, Towels, Kids toys, inflatable rafts and coolers for your drinks! Come see us at Island Chevron and Grill!
We stayed on the island and would ride our bikes every morning to get one of their breakfast biscuits. Biscuits are light and fluffy, just like moms. Reasonably priced. Lunch specials look good but we haven't tried them yet. Staff is super!!
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