Front Street Inn, seen here from a second-floor window of The Blind Tiger restaurant, is under construction in Old Town Bay St. Louis. Business owners say a big attraction in Old Town is the number of restaurants, bars and shops in a small area.
Front Street Inn, seen here from a second-floor window of The Blind Tiger restaurant, is under construction in Old Town Bay St. Louis. Business owners say a big attraction in Old Town is the number of restaurants, bars and shops in a small area. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com
Front Street Inn, seen here from a second-floor window of The Blind Tiger restaurant, is under construction in Old Town Bay St. Louis. Business owners say a big attraction in Old Town is the number of restaurants, bars and shops in a small area. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com

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