Business is brewing again in Downtown Biloxi

Business hasn’t yet reached a fever pitch in Downtown Biloxi, but business is brewing and picking up tempo in the area.

Something’s brewing once again in Downtown Biloxi: business! Just ask these local coffee shop owners. Greenhouse Biloxi Co-owner Jessie Zenor said, “We’re open, and we have been for a few weeks. We’re really happy to be back, and so what we’re doing is curbside service, delivery and pick up.”

Greenhouse Biloxi co-owners Jessie Zenor and Kait Sukiennik say they’re glad to be up and running again, offering daily specials and free delivery in the Downtown Biloxi area, especially since they were forced to shut down almost as soon as they started. “We opened in February with high hopes, and we had a great crowd coming in. We had a lot of positive feedback. Then we had to close down for about a month.”

A number of businesses in the area are up and running, including Marley’s Music, which had a steady stream of customers throughout the day. Marley’s Music Owner Marley Roberts said, “It’s honestly been great. We’ve been doing a lot of online sales which really helped us. We’ve had people in from Indiana. We’ve had people coming in from other states who have heard from us by word-of-mouth or maybe someone we’ve shipped out to.”

Grandma may not be a rolling stone, but Marley says his will cut a deal with you. “If you provide the shirts that you want, and you pick out the border material, she’ll make a deal with you, depending on the size of the quilt that you want.”

Like the rainbow, local business owners are welcoming not only customers, but brighter days, spinning their personal passions and serving up something only they can offer with more and more customers flowing in as COVID restrictions go down.

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