Time To Eat
For a little refreshment, stop by the Mockingbird Café to sample gourmet coffee, fresh breads and pastries, and homemade pizza. A new local watering hole, Gabbie’s, has opened in the 100 block of Main Street. Trapani’s Eatery, a pre-Katrina waterfront landmark, is temporarily at home at 833 U.S. 90.
If you’d like to explore on your own, ask any of the local gallery owners for a map of the Bay Saint Louis shops. You’ll soon discover that the main attractions are the people themselves. Spend a laid-back evening with this crew, and you’ll find yourself seriously pondering a move to the coast.
Remember--this indoor-outdoor event happens the second Saturday, not necessarily the second weekend of every month. For example, if the first day of the month falls on Sunday, the Art Walk still happens the second Saturday, which is the third weekend, of the month. Make sense?
Antique Maison: 111 North Second Street; (228) 466-4848
The Artists of 220 Main: (228) 466-6347
Bay Books: 131 Main St, #2; (228) 463-2688
The Buttercup: 112 North Second Street; (228) 466-4930
Gabbie’s: 119 Main Street; (228) 466-6310
Deborah Kennedy Designs: 131 Main Street; (228) 466-2885
Maggie May’s: 126 Main Street, (228) 463-1670
Mockingbird Café: 110 South Second Street, (228) 467-8383
Shabby Chic Designs: 213 Main Street, (228) 304-7097
Social Chair: 212 Main Street; (228) 466-5853
The Sycamore House: 210 Main Street; (228) 469-0107
Trapani’s Eatery: 833 U.S. 90, (228) 467-8570
Twin Light Creations: 136 Main Street, (228) 469-0011
"Stroll and Shop on the Bay" is from the May 2008 issue of Southern Living. Because prices, dates, and other specifics are subject to change, please check all information to make sure it's still current before making your travel plans.