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The Blind Tiger Buys Second Lot on Beach Blvd Bay St Louis, MS

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 ┬áThomas Genin and the crew at The Blind Tiger.

Shrimp Skewer From The Blind Tiger

The Blind Tiger 119 N Beach Blvd Bay St Louis, MS

Open 7 Days a Week 11:30AM – 10:00PM

Grilled Corn on the Cob on the Gulf Coast

Grilling corn on the Mississippi Gulf Coast
We recently purchased some corn still in the husks from a local farmer from Kiln Mississippi. The corn was super sweet and fresh picked. I had always heard that the best way to cook corn was on the grill. After numerous failed attempts and half cooked corn, I have discovered the secret of grilled corn on the cob.

Grilled corn on the cob

Place the entire corn un shucked and uncleaned on the grill. Grill the corn on high heat until the out side burns. As you can see in the picture above. This corn is completely scorched on the outside. On the inside of the husks is steaming well cooked sweet corn. I think grilling is the best way to cook corn. I can't tell you times, but you can see from the pics. It took about 10 minutes or so for the outside of the corn to look charred.