Scranton, Pennsylvania: Pirate ShipLife-size, reportedly, in a seafood restaurant's parking lot along with a lighthouse. Inside the restaurant: strange little dioramas of 1960s TV shows.
Cooper's Seafood House
- 701 North Washington Ave., Scranton, PA
- North side of downtown. Four blocks north of US 11/Hwy 307/Mulberry St. on Washington Ave.
- 11 am - Midnight. (Call to verify)
Visitor Tips and News About Pirate Ship
This is a great restaurant for anyone on a touristy road trip. The inside is packed with things to marvel over and the food was delicious. We spent the entire meal pointing out new things we we just noticing. The food was a bit pricey, but the picture opportunities were endless.[Misty, 06/17/2013]
Cooper's Seafood House is adding a 45-ft. lighthouse to the pirate ship. The lighthouse will span 28 feet at its base. On the first floor there will be a gift shop featuring Cooper's merchandise, aquatic items and food. On the second floor will be an upscale bar with a seating area for up to 50 people. Along with the bar, appetizers will be served in the lighthouse.[Linda R. Scott, 10/18/2004]
Coopers Seafood House is a family owned and run restaurant since 1948. They have a huge life-sized Pirate Ship parked outside. You can enjoy over 200 beers and amazing food inside![Ryan, 09/02/2003]