The Blind Tiger is buying the lot next to them at 119 North Beach on the Main Street side of Beach Boulevard in Bay St. Louis. This means more business and more jobs for the local community. The people of Bay St. Louis are excited about this new and exciting expansion of the ever growing and popular Blind Tiger of Bay St. Louis. In the new three-story building, The Blind Tiger will have a hand-crafted brewing station and an oyster bar facing the water. WLOX recently did a story about the new devopment with an interview of the owner, Thomas Genin, and Bay St. Louis’s Mayor. It is a great story about the redeveolpment of Bay St. Louis and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The Blind Tiger opened it’s doors in early 2013 to resounding applause from residents and tourists. “We have been very excited to be apart of the community of Bay St. Louis, ” said one employee of The Blind Tiger. Any night you’ll walk into The Blind Tiger and see friendly faces, good eats and tons of drinks. That’s not all. On weekends, they have artists play in the open courtyard overlooking the beach. After the marina is complete, the possibilities will be endless for The Blind Tiger to grow and look to the future. Not to mention, the view is already amazing. Enjoy a Joe Cat Burger, Fish Tacos or a new creation from Chef/ Owner/ Operator Thomas Genin and the crew at The Blind Tiger.
The coast of Mississippi is a really dog friendly area. Many dogs are often out at different events, beaches and public parks.
It is never advised to bring aggressive dogs or problem dogs to public events or areas frequented by other people. Many people will bring their small friendly dogs out with out issue, but it is better to err on the side of caution. There was no way I would take my schnauzer any where, she was a nut. However, as you can see, this lab was just lovely.
The dogs are often seen out on the street and at local hangouts. I am glad to see many dogs on a regular basis and have enjoyed their smiles. my camera has even enjoyed a wet nose or a swift lick across the lens.
Look at the blurry thing in the sky. I am not sure what we caught in this image. I posted the image taken only a second before this photo so you can see the progression from frame to frame. I am not sure if this is a UFO or something else. Thought it was interesting because it kind of resembles an airplane. Odd that it is only found in one frame of the beach photos. Notice the wake on the boat for timing and also the person drinking from a glass on the right.
Notice the blur in the sky, is this a UFO off the Mississippi Gulf Coast?
Who doesn't have a bunch of old change laying around their car, desk and night stand? I collected up a few pennies and decided I was going to clean them of years of gunk. Looks like it didn't help. Change somehow goes through an aging process that is unique and completely random. Much of the dirt and grime on loose change is there to stay.
I remember as a child that we would take pennies and shine them with erasers. I didn't have a pencil and keyboards don't currently have erasers, so I will just leave that one alone. Either way it made a great picture and allowed me to say that I brought clean change to the coast of Mississippi.
Weekends like this remind us of how great living on and visiting the coast of Mississippi can be. Great friends from the coast and New Orleans roll in to share Barbeque, Crawfish and family. The weather is beautiful and music fills the air. The beaches are getting lots of welcome visitors. Have a safe and Happy Memorial Day Weekend. Visit one of the festivals on the coast! Bay Harbor Fest, St Clare Seafood Fest, Pass Christian Jazz.
The Blind Tiger restaurant and bar opened in Bay St Louis on the water. They want people to know they are on the water in front of the new harbor. Bay St. Louis needed a fun choice for dining and fun. The Blind Tiger is quickly becoming a favorite with locals and tourist alike. The open air style is reminiscent of years gone by and coast that we all remember and cherish.
Thomas Genin, the owner, wanted to create a great bar with food. “I want to create a place I would come hang out and grab some great food made from the best ingredients.” Thomas went on to explain that he was glad to be part of Bay St. Louis.