Feast your eyes: Maypop

From start to finish, it’s all good.

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Hungry for Hibatchi? It’s coming.

Work is under way on a new restaurant in a familiar spot.

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Who got the boot in Old Town?

Booted! Second Saturday parking comes with a cost.

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Rotary’s Ripple in the Bay: Get your tickets!

One great meal, three great causes!

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Notebook scoop: Italian Bistro in the works in Old Town

Pop the cork! New bistro coming to Bay St. Louis

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Tamale Shak II opening soon. Here’s the menu.

The popular Tamale Shak on 30th Avenue in Gulfport is branching out to Buoy’s Bar and is planning a Second Saturday opening. Owner Wendy Reed has partnered with Toni Strickland to open Tamale Shak II with the same menu as the original restaurant. Think tamales and more. Toni said, “Everything is fresh made-to-order, the tamales…

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100 Men Hall for sale: Old Cuevas Bistro closes

This was posted yesterday on Old Cuevas Bistro’s Facebook page:   And in case you haven’t seen this note from Kerrie today:   I’ll have some good news tomorrow. Promise.  

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Bay Council agenda: PD public hearing, Blind Tiger, Dan B’s, noise, P&Z, DOJ, vetoes & more!

Notebook Note: Come early and dress comfortably. This one has something for everybody. Happy New Year! AGENDA BAY ST. LOUIS  CITY COUNCIL MEETING JANUARY 3, 2017 4:30 p.m. Public Hearing 5:30 p.m. Meeting PUBLIC HEARING – Bay Saint Louis Police Department Services (4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.) 1. Guests a) Rod Ward and Thomas Genin…

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Avocado’s opening in 2017. Here’s the menu.

A new Mexican restaurant named Avocado’s is coming to Bay St. Louis in the new year. The owners are completely remodeling the old Scafidi’s Wheel Inn site at 820 U.S. 90 for the restaurant which is scheduled to open in mid-February. “We’re doing the whole building – the plumbing electrical, walls, ceilings and bathrooms,” said…

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P&Z recap: Fais do no

Bay St. Louis Planning and Zoning Commissioners said no to Billy Conner Jr.’s application for a special exception to the zoning ordinance to open a lounge in the Depot District. Plans include blues, jazz and Cajun music in the evening hours. Neighbors objected to potentially more noise and other public nuisance problems in the area. Commissioners…

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