Louie & The Redhead Lady, a popular Bay St. Louis restaurant, is closing its doors at 136 Blaize Ave. in the Old Town district.
A post on the restaurant’s Facebook page said the business would be shutting its doors and a “closed” sign was used as its cover photo.
The website for Louie & The Redhead Lady reiterated the statement it has closed its doors.
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The restaurant was named for its owners, chef Louie Finnan and his wife, Ginger, and his mother, Williamae. It was well-known on the Coast for Finnan’s Creole cuisine such as Eggplant Algiers and Terrebonne Chowder.
When Louie & The Redhead Lady was in Mandeville, Louisiana, the restaurant was featured in 2011 on an episode of “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” a Food Network show hosted by Guy Fieri.
The Mandeville location closed in August 2014 and the Bay St. Louis location opened in December 2015.