Limousines, Cadilacs, Jeeps, Antiques, Classics, Pickups, Bikers,
-- anything with wheels can be seen in the parking lot fronting the Deck entrance.
A Swimming Pool with beach chairs and umbrellas abide with a stretch of more covered decking.
Many pleasure craft use the Marina as a hide-a-way
-- but many vessels motor up to Pepper's Place "Just for the Day"
as they arrive from Timberidge, Pass Isles, Diamondhead, and Bay St. Louis, etc.
The Inside Bar showing just a corner section of the original "Lounge and Dining" area
which was turned into a Sports Bar to accommodate the "Need to Know" crowd.
Phil Pepper loved and enjoyed his place where he ruled for the past quarter century. Hailing from California, and having spiraled through numerous vocations and avocations, even as a Jazz Player with Pete Fountain and other well-knowns, Pepper would roll up in his chair to greet his customers with a broad smile and willing to engage in any story fitting the moment.
The Menu is mostly seafood and hamburgers --- but delectable and delicious.
It was not at all strange that this transplanted Californian introduced "Steamed Crabs" dusted with Cayenne Pepper.