Bay City Grill stands alone with its strong versatility, it is a restaurant truly suited for any occasion. From Shrimp Po-boys and Barqs Root Beer, to Filet Mignon and a great tasting Cabernet, or even Chef Steve D’Angelo’s famous Feed, which should come with a warning to wear tight socks and a loose belt. The restaurant is establishing itself as the standard in dining for people in Bay St. Louis and the rest of the Coast. The new renovations have added more character and flavor to the growing popularity of the restaurants fame. “We are always looking to reinvent ourselves as well as holding on to what’s exciting about the restaurant. “Our goal with Sushi Night is just to turn people on to Sushi by adding some unconventional preparations, such as Fried Oyster Rolls, Creole Boiled Shrimp and even the Occasional Gumbo Roll, as well as the freshest fish around, we are talking fish caught that morning” says Chef Steve D’Angelo, co-owner of the Bay City Grill.

Recognizing the impact the local artists have made in Bay St. Louis, the Grill showcases the artwork of Neil Untersaeyer, along with other local artists. The artwork really comes alive with the decor of the restaurant.

Bay City Grill is open Monday through Thursday from 11 am to 9 pm and 11 am to 10 pm on Fridays and Saturdays. The restaurant is located at 136 Blaize Ave across from the Historic Train Depot in Old Town Bay St. Louis. Don’t miss out on Wednesday it’s Sushi Night. Bay City Grill also offers caterings and can accommodate large groups for dining in..