The Blind Tiger Biloxi Beach is celebrating Independence Day with a free outdoor concert featuring Grammy-winning group, Reckless Kelly. The Austin-based country-rock band has toured all over the country playing for their loyal followers, including two unforgettable performances on The Tonight Show. Now, they are bringing their music to the Mississippi Gulf Coast for one epic – and free – Fourth of July celebration!
ABOUT THE BLIND TIGER BILOXI
Harrah’s Gulf Coast has added another enticing draw to their casino and resort with The Blind Tiger Biloxi Beach! The laidback, open-air bar and restaurant that has garnered a large, loyal fan base of food lovers at their Bay St. Louis location, has partnered with the Caesars Entertainment resort to bring their relaxed restaurant concept to East Biloxi. The new dining attraction has grown Harrah’s Gulf Coast’s impressive portfolio of amenities, and complements the many improvements made to the resort since 2014, including their most recent $14 million dollar hotel renovation project. The Blind Tiger is the first permanent structure built on the resort’s 10.5 acre waterfront space since its summer 2014 debut.
A favorite among locals since opening in Bay St. Louis in 2013, The Blind Tiger has amassed a following of diners seeking quality food and simple, yet unique, cocktails in a casual, waterfront setting. Their well-established reputation, due in large part to their fresh, never frozen food philosophy and “come as you are” mentality, combine to create an enticing restaurant concept for foodies with a discernable palate along the Mississippi Gulf Coast; and it’s a thoughtfully crafted concept that that was purposefully, and consciously, developed by its chef and owner, Thomas Genin. Genin and Harrah’s Gulf Coast look forward to replicating his unique and proven restaurant model at The Blind Tiger’s new Biloxi location.
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Fun Fact: Blind Tigers, more commonly known as a speakeasy, were illicit establishments that sold alcholic beverages during Prohibition. Cheers!