Exterior of Deuce McAllister’s Ole Saint Kitchen & Tap in Boomtown Casino in Biloxi

Nearly five years after the grand opening of Deuce McAllister’s Ole Saint Kitchen & Tap in New Orleans’ historic French Quarter, a second location has come to the champ’s home state: Biloxi’s Boomtown Casino.

“As a Mississippi native, graduate of Ole Miss and retired Saints player, I can honestly say there are no better fans than those of the Gulf Coast region,” said McAllister in a press release. “Biloxi was the perfect place to open our second Ole Saint location. Along with Ballard Brands leadership, I’m looking forward to celebrating the grand opening and welcome all of you to our new family at Boomtown Casino.”

During Tuesday morning’s ribbon cutting and grand opening celebration, attendees tried samples from the restaurant’s “southern coastal cuisine” menu and heard from McAllister and leadership from Ballard Brands and Boomtown Casino.

“Deuce McAllister has been an outstanding partner not only in the original location, but planning for the second Ole Saint location in Biloxi,” said Peter Boylan, President of Ballard Brands, in a statement. “This restaurant will feature 24 beers on tap and over 40 big screen TVs allowing you to experience your favorite sporting events while you watch, wager and eat.”

The restaurant, which can seat 200 in its 3,800-square-foot space, is right next to The Sportsbook where customers can participate in sports betting. Ole Saint offers both lunch and dinner and is open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. About 40 new jobs have been created through the restaurant’s opening.

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