Blow Fly Inn Closes Doors


Many residents along the Coast are still in disbelief after the sudden closing of a Gulfport restaurant.
The Blow Fly Inn served its last meal on Monday. The seafood and southern cuisine restaurant is not closing for good, but whenever the doors do reopen it won’t be at the same restaurant tourists and locals have grown to love over the years.
Chef and co-owner of the Blow Fly Inn Scott Weinberg has worked at the restaurant for the past 18 years. He tells News 25 this was not his choice and he no longer owns the restaurant name or building. “It’s a very special place. I’ve had employees that have been here 40 years. A lot of them have been here the whole 18 years that I’ve been here and they were here before that. You don’t see that very often in restaurants. It’s like a little family and it’s hard on all of us.”
Weinberg also said all of his recipes are no longer associated with the Blow Fly Inn. He spent most of the day packing up belongings and spending time with employees.
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