Pirate’s Cove is on the market

A Coast institution is on the market.

Pirate’s Cove, a restaurant known for its po-boys  and corn nuggets, officially was listed on an MLS website by O’Dwyer Realty on Monday.

Dawn and Mike Lamarca own the business, which was opened by his father in the 1980s. The original location was on the beach at the Long Beach-Pass Christian line, but was destroyed in Hurricane Katrina.

The business moved to a trailer on Davis Avenue until the property on Menge opened in 2013.

WXXV reached out to the Lamarcas, who said they were not ready to talk about the decision, but did say they hope whoever does buy it continues with the Pirates Cove name and store.

The restaurant is located at 208 Menge Avenue and the property is priced at $2.4 million.

“As a major landmark of Pass Christian, this restaurant is fully established and has a clientele that comes from all states,” the listing says. “The local legend comes fully equipped with everything needed to take over including the business and its well-known name.

“The building has been built meticulously with all the extras and an entire acre of property and ample parking for this thriving restaurant.”

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