Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Bay St. Louis {Drinks}


I think by now, you all know that J & I love a cocktail or two. Whether it be a bloody Mary or mimosa to start the day or a martini or two as a night cap, we love to safely indulge.


Old Town Bay St. Louis also has its fair share of water holes.

Hurricane Hunter Bar at 200 North Beach

We started our stay off with cocktails at 200 North Beach Restaurant and Hurricane Hunter Bar.



We also started our late morning shopping excursion with a couple Bloody Marys and homemade chips bellied up to the coastal-inspired, granite-topped bar.



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The Sycamore House

Ketel one martinis are a perfect way to start a fine dining experience. And instead of dessert, another round completed our Sycamore House experience.


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The Blue Marlin Bar at Trapani’s

Nightcaps of Ketel One martinis overlooking the bay completed our nights. The fresh, salty air was very welcoming.The bar was filled with mounted fish and scenic photographs and art of the BSL coast. This bar was always packed with a handsome and beautiful crowd. The Marlin Bar is located upstairs at Trapani’s. We did not eat at Trapani’s but plan to in the future.





I loved the oyster shell art leading into the bar.


Check out my other Bay St. Louis posts:

The Carroll House Bed & Breakfast

Bay St. Louis {Eats}

Cocktailing through Bay St. Louis, y’all!

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