Diamondhead is a city in southeastern Hancock County, Mississippi, United States. The city is located just over 50 miles (80 km) northeast of New Orleans, Louisiana. It is part of the Gulfport−Biloxi Metropolitan Statistical Area. In February 2012, Diamondhead was officially incorporated as a city. At the time of the 2010 census, when Diamondhead was an unincorporated census-designated place, the population was 8,425. The city population, with slightly different boundaries, was estimated at 8,217 in 2016.
Things to do in Diamondhead
4 based on 73 reviews
The corn crab bisque was excellent and as good as my own slightly different recipe. The two crab cakes were huge and also very tasty. I only heard good comments on their lunches from the women in our family group of nine. This restaurant is right off I10 in Diamondhead. You’ll see it as soon as you turn south, and it has beautiful views of the water and marshes.
5 based on 123 reviews
Starfish Cafe is a job/life skills training program serving fresh and local foods in an experiential learning environment. Located in Old Town Bay Saint Louis, our eclectic surroundings match our creative menu. Join us today where your meal makes a difference in a persons' life and is a healthy flavor-full experience! We are a Pay What You Want non-profit, your food donation covers the cost of food and supports the training program.
The experience of this charming lil gem makes us want to return. Food is delicious and ambience was great. There was a limited menu bc it was the day before a holiday, and they always want the food to be fresh. Since they would be...MoreThank you for the beautiful review! Hope to see you when you are in the area again! di
4.5 based on 102 reviews
Gulf Coast seafood & steakhouse.
Stop here on the way home from the coast with some friends. The place is very rustic but looks like a place that all the locals love. The roast beef poboy, stuffed flounder, shrimp with grits and blackend fish along with the swamp soup was delicious and in huge proportions. Very good prices but having to pay a 3.5% credit card fee is ridiculous. Basically, if you want to use your credit card, you have to pay for it---not something that I would subscribe to and very well may dissuade many from coming there. Good food but bring cash so you don't get bilked into paying something the restaurant should include in their overhead.
4.5 based on 127 reviews
Stopped into this great little bakery while in Bay St. Louis. If you blink, you'll miss this place, but the breads and other items are delicious! Breakfast, sandwiches, and to-go loaves of specialty breads are offered daily. The proprietor is friendly and engaging, offering sample of any foods you might be interested in. You won't get this product or service a big box or chain...
We'll be back!
4.5 based on 45 reviews
We were en route to another restaurant for dinner (which was closed), so we decided to give the Rum Kitchen a try. Wow!
Full bar with excellent drinks. Expansive menu with lots of choices. Food was wonderful, service was great, prices reasonable, and the key lime pie was "double-decker" (two slices stacked atop one another). Didn't see that one coming!
Our favorite restaurant in Waveland, hands down. We'll be back with friends!
4 based on 35 reviews
We stopped at Diamondhead on our way to New Orleans and found this really nice restaurant. The owner (I assume she was the owner) made you feel so at home. She was encouraging everyone to eat up and seemed to be doing everything that needed to be done while maintaining a really, really positive attitude. She made you feel like you were the most important diner in the place. There is a very reasonable priced buffet and take out is available.
4 based on 451 reviews
The service was really bad on a Friday night. It didn't look particularly busy. The food was good. Shrimp tacos were not much food for 14 bucks though. It was also very warm inside by the main bar.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
Can't say enough good things about Grammy's Donuts. I look forward to going each time I visit Bay St Louis. Apple Fritters are phenomenal. Always a good crowd every morning. I got some of their Mardi Gras donuts to bring over to New Orleans with me. Almost like a mini King Cake by itself. They didn't last long. Excellent. Great service too!
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Mike and Suzette from New Orleans used to be located in Ocean Springs, MS, but this is their new, convenient location off of I-10...nice bar and restaurant with great creole, NOLA style menu...check it out!!
4.5 based on 142 reviews
After shopping at the huge Antique store across the street, we decided to stop at this restaurant for something to drink. After walking up on the front porch and entering through the front door, we were surprised by the unique interior. We explored the huge display of cinnamon rolls, muffins, and cookies. We decided to try the gumbo and fruit cup after looking at the menu- delicious!!!! For dessert, a chocolate chip cookie was necessary!!! Yummy!!! Service was excellent and dining on the porch, on such a beautiful day, was a wise decision. Try this restaurant!!
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