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Second Saturday Artwalk Hot Spots- January 2023: Serious Bread, Murky Waters, and Alice Moseley Folk Art & Antique Museum
131 Main Street
Serious Bread Bakery, located at 131 Main Street, Suite D in the heart of Old Town Bay St. Louis, is a beloved artisan bakery known for its commitment to producing from-scratch and hand-shaped breads that are free of additives and preservatives, yet bursting with flavor. Some of the bakery's most popular breads include Roasted Sunflower Seed, Garlic Rosemary Sourdough, French Sourdough, Oatmeal Cinnamon Raisin, Pecan Honey Whole Wheat, Dale's Multigrain, and Kalamata Olive Sourdough.
In addition to these delicious breads, Serious Bread also offers a selection of pizzas made with their popular flatbreads. These pizzas are available for dine-in or take-out, giving you the flexibility to enjoy them at the bakery or in the comfort of your own home.
In celebration of their January Second Saturday hotspot, Serious Bread will be bringing back their highly sought-after kingcakes, made with brioche and available in a variety of flavors including traditional, cream cheese-filled, strawberry, blueberry, and bavarian. The bakery will also be hosting live music performed by Zachery Perkins from 4:30 pm to 7 pm. And as a special treat, Serious Bread makes their delicious Harvest Sourdough bread every Second Saturday.
Serious Bread also offers a "Buy 6, Get 1" special on a mix-and-match selection of all their sweets. This special is available all the time, so be sure to take advantage of it during your visit.
This Second Saturday, January 14, the irresistible aroma of freshly baked bread and sweets will surely draw you towards Serious Bread Bakery. Once inside, you'll be able to indulge in the bakery's fresh, handcrafted breads, pizzas, and treats, including their delicious brioche kingcakes and Harvest Sourdough, all while enjoying live music in a cozy and welcoming atmosphere.
Be sure to stop by and enjoy the delicious food, music, and atmosphere at this beloved local attraction. Don't miss out on the deliciousness that Serious Bread brings to Bay St. Louis – be sure to stop by and indulge in all this beloved bakery has to offer.
Alice Moseley Folk Art & Antique Museum
1928 Depot Way
The Alice Moseley Folk Art & Antique Museum is a beloved destination located on the second floor of the historic L & N Train Depot, 1928 Depot Way. The museum is dedicated to the memory and work of Mississippi folk artist and humorist, Alice Moseley, and is committed to promoting tourism and the arts in the state.
In addition to featuring nearly 100 original works by Alice Moseley, the museum also boasts large collections of vintage bottles, Majolica vases, depression glass, and antique everyday objects. The museum is open to all, with no admission charge, in keeping with Alice Moseley's belief that the museum should be accessible to people of all incomes and social backgrounds.
The Alice Moseley Museum offers free tours that provide insight into the art and life of Alice Moseley, as well as her famous wit and wisdom. Every month, the museum showcases a "print of the month" that is discounted by 15%. This month's featured print is "Flivvers, Flappers, and Whoopee-do," which portrays the Star Theater that used to be located on the corner of Washington Street and Beach Boulevard in Bay St. Louis. For more in-depth analysis of this work, the museum has recently begun exploring the many facets of this work in more depth on their Patreon page, which is available to subscribers here: patreon.com/alicemoseley
In addition to showcasing the art and life of Alice Moseley, the museum is also committed to charitable good works in Mississippi. This dedication to both the arts and community makes the Alice Moseley Folk Art & Antique Museum a must-visit destination. This Second Saturday, January 14, Alice Moseley will be hosting live music out front of the museum in celebration of Hotspot status.
126 Main St. Suite D
In the heart of Old Town Bay St. Louis, tucked away right off of Main Street, resides the popular Murky Waters. Known for its blues and BBQ, this beloved establishment is a destination for music lovers and barbeque fanatics alike. In November 2021, the restaurant opened its fourth location at 126 Main Street, in the space formerly occupied by LuLu's. The renovated space features an in-house smoker, indoor and outdoor dining areas, and a full bar with an impressive selection of whiskey, including rare brands like Blanton's and Weller.
As you approach the restaurant, the mouth-watering aroma of slow-smoked barbecue, seasoned with a dry rub and smoked with local pecan wood, will greet you and your appetite at the door. Inside, the sound of classic blues fills the air, performed by talented musicians whose portraits adorn the walls.
Murky Waters' large menu offers a range of creative BBQ dishes, including their award-winning wings and burnt ends. The restaurant also has a full bar that stretches across the back of the dining room. Each month, their talented bar staff and managers create a collection of unique, specialty drinks that can only be found at Murky Waters. This January, their craft cocktail collection features festive Mardi Gras specialty drinks.
With its friendly staff and relaxed atmosphere, Murky Waters is the perfect destination for a family outing, a nice evening out, or a night with friends. This Second Saturday, January 14, Murky Waters will host live music by Stephen Wade Scott from 6:30-9:30 pm in celebration of their hotspot status. Be sure to swing by, enjoy the live music, try one of the special Mardi Gras cocktails, and experience why Murky Waters is becoming a local favorite.
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