Oh Boy! Summer time is here again! Let’s get out there and enjoy EVERYTHING the Mississippi Gulf Coast has to offer! This issue of GTP is all you need to know exactly what is going on in our beautiful beach resort vacation paradise. OMG! The fun and excitement is over the top!
The Mississippi Coast Coliseum Summer Fair is back with more free shows and more exciting rides than ever! And what says summer like a good old fashioned cook out and barbeque? Come enjoy the BBQ at the Beach Championship Cookoff on the grounds of the Coast Coliseum and Convention Center on June 12th. Yum!
When you have a gentleman who’s story is bigger than life, you simply can’t fit it all in just one issue. Our next two Movers and Shakers (June and July) will honor the extraordinary accomplishments of local promoter and businessman, Mr. Glenn Mattina Jr. Don’t miss this two part feature.
Join us as Taste Buds revisits “Stalla” in the Beau Rivage. They have made some big changes, and the Italian cuisine is better than ever.
Bay. St. Louis has a new neighbor in the Depot District that is serving up wonderful food, 50 kinds of bottled beer, and the best in live entertainment every weekend in French Quarter style. Meet Nick and Sue Neyrey, the proud owners of The Fire House!
Be sure and check out all our info on the wonderful things there are to see and do during the month of June.
Ya’ll Have fun and don’t forget a hat and the sunscreen!
All This…And So Much More
Mr. Glenn Mattina Jr.
By: Nancy Marchbanks
Glenn always loved to be around and work at his father’s club, the Upstairs Downstairs in the View Marche’ Mall located in downtown Biloxi. He couldn’t get enough of the music and the wonderful vibe that filled the place. (more…)
By: Nancy Baker-Faul
Get your taste buds ready for the amazing flavors of Stalla at the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino. The menu is fit for a king and the atmosphere inviting. From the moment we were greeted at the door we could see that the restaurant had made some changes. (more…)
Photo by: Tate
By: Nancy Baker Faul
In 1938, Captain Peter Martin Skremetta began a legacy, on the Gulf Coast, that is still sailing right along 85 years later. The captain had always run a shrimp boat but he saw a need that he thought he could fill. (more…)