The wait is over, Part 2

The Jourdan River Steamer is back. The seafood and steak restaurant at 15152 Highway 603 is now open Tuesday through Sunday at 5 p.m. The return has been years in the making, and fans are streaming back to the Kiln for their menu favorites. For details, call 228-255-7333 or visit the Steamer’s Facebook page. Congratulations…

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The wait is over

  Avocado’s is finally open. The restaurant, about a year in the making, is now open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. (10:30 on Friday and Saturday.) It’s in the old Scafidi’s Wheel Inn site at 820 U.S. 90 in Bay St. Louis.

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Today’s P&Z agenda: Courtyards @ Dunbar review & new signs of Avocado opening?

Tennis, anyone?
78×36 LLC wants a tennis retreat center.

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Pop Brothers finds new home on Main Street

Work starts Monday on the new store.

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Before & post Nate

Thankfully those weather forecasts were over the top, and for that, everybody who wasn’t affected is grateful. Here are a couple of shots taken before the storm and one from this morning. Now let’s get back to October.  

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Update: Avocado’s Mexican restaurant

You may have noticed that the signs are up on the building where, hopefully, one day, Avocado’s restaurant will open. I talked with the folks there this week and they still don’t have an opening date. Waiting for inspections is what I was told. We first reported the new Mexican restaurant last December. We wrote, “The…

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Starfish Fest & Cruisin’ the Coast today

Music, food, vendors, fun.

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Weekly building permit reports

Here’s your weekly building permit report for Bay St. Louis and Hancock County. Bay St. Louis issued permits for five residential projects from Aug. 28 to Sept. 8. Total value was $781,275 and fees were $4,739. The projects were for three single family houses, a shed and a deck. The houses are on Chantilly Terrace,…

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River City BBQ now open

Dry rub smoked meats, combos & sides. Here’s the menu.

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Feast your eyes: Patois

Bastille Day lunch with a New Orleans accent & ingredients

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