The Surrender
Prior to being a restaurant, it was the home of Hugh Fitzpatrick and his sisters who were descendants of Mrs. Manders who, as the local folklore goes, affected the famous "Bedsheet Surrender" when the Federal Troops were shelling the Town in April of 1862.  Mrs. Manders home was located across the street, south of Scenic Drive prior to the construction of Highway 90.  It was there that Mrs. Manders stopped the Yankee bombardment of Pass Christian by waving her bedding sheets from her balcony.