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Blind Tiger restaurant planned in East Biloxi

KALEY TURFITT/SPECIAL TO THE SUN HERALD 
 The Blind Tiger has become the happening place in Bay St. Louis. Another Blind Tiger restaurant is proposed for the waterfront in East Biloxi.
KALEY TURFITT/SPECIAL TO THE SUN HERALD The Blind Tiger has become the happening place in Bay St. Louis. Another Blind Tiger restaurant is proposed for the waterfront in East Biloxi.

The Biloxi Development Review Committee will get a first look Wednesday at plans for a Blind Tiger Restaurant, to be located on the south side of Beach Boulevard at Oak Street near Harrah's Gulf Coast's Great Lawn.

Community Development Director Jerry Creel said in his weekly report the restaurant will have 9,040-square-feet, with 4,960-square-feet open deck area. The restaurant also will have a dining area, main bar and VIP room and the menu will include seafood, steaks and sandwiches.

Creel said partial plans were submitted last week for the interior build out of Margaritaville in the former Casino Magic building and for the new Biloxi Junior High School.

The building department issued 71 building permits last week, with a construction value of $621,500.

The Blind Tiger first opened in Bay St. Louis in 2013. The owner also is building a restaurant on U.S. 90 between Tegarden and Cowan roads.

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