September 9th - the Artwalks Move into Fall!
During the Second Saturday Artwalk each month in Old Town Bay St. Louis, you'll find cool deals, fresh meals and lots of art and live music. It's the way we throw a family-friendly party here in the Bay and you're invited!
Make sure you visit our Hot Spot businesses, Bay Elements, 112 South Second Street (inside Century Hall) and Lulu's on Main/Maggie May's, 126 Main Street.
inside Century Hall
112 S. Second Street
Bay St. Louis, MS 39520
Inside the 100-year-old historic building, find an electrifying fusion of unique artifacts, repurposed findings, antiques, art, furniture, gifts and much more at Bay Elements. The genius behind this amazing concept is Susan Peterson.
You can shop up and downstairs for furniture and accessories for the home, and seaside findings for young and old. There is truly something for everybody, from small gifts to magnificently handcrafted furniture. Make sure to take notice of the impeccable craftsmanship of the building that summons the past-life.
Peterson was born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi, but married a coastal boy and hasn’t looked back since. She has been on the Coast for 35 years. “My heart is here,”says Peterson “I love the people and friendly guests, and there is nothing better than being in Old Town Bay St. Louis.”
At 126 Main Street, Maggie May’s is located in another historic building, one that has been an Old Town art anchor for ore than two decades. The building contains 5,300 square feet of art, jewelry, clothing, and home décor items. The beautiful large gallery space is filled with five vendors throughout and showcases over thirty local and regional artists.
The business features everything from beautiful paintings, sculpture, jewelry, hand-made crafts, unique clothing, shoes, home accessories and so much more. Nested within is also a popular restaurant named Lulu’s, an amazing eatery.
At Lulu’s they are cooking up innovative New Orleans influenced cuisine. Crowd favorites are Moynan’s corn and crab bisque, her BBQ shrimp or “debris” roast beef po-boys, and Betty’s bread pudding, reputed to be the best on the coast. People are drawn by the restaurant’s unique art gallery atmosphere, as well as the tasty breakfast and lunch.
“We’ve got an incredible group of businesses here, in a building that is showing great art,” says Moynan. “You can feel the positive energy as soon as you walk in. It’s the ultimate place to ‘shop local."
Stop by Tuesday thru Sunday 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. to check out of Lulu’s tasty cuisine.
Moynan, invites new customers and long-time fans in to, “Come and feel the love and passion that I have for food,” she says. “You’ll go home tasting the flavors of the Bay."