Thursday, July 14, 2011

St Hazards Saints and Sinners Beach Bar

Saints and Sinners Beach Bar in July 2011
Oh, to be where there's beach!

The St. Hazards Saints and $inners Beach Bar opens every weekend at 12:00 pm! Our quaint little bar has the feel of a place far away!

Relax among the planted palm trees and potted tropical plants under the shade of an umbrella. Soak in the sun on one of our hammocks. Take a picture with our mysterious statues from the far far south. Or venture into the warm July water.

We play all sorts of interesting and refreshing music that will be sure to put you in the spirit of summer. We serve ice cold beer, wine, rum punch, margaritas and more!

Join us during the day and meet new island friends or in the evening for a bonfire on the beach. Bring your boat to the shore and bring your friends!

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

4th of July at St. Hazards 2011

Scott Wright Jams Poolside
Over 4th of July weekend, Middle Bass Island had an exceptional crowd. We enjoyed having so many people join us over the holiday weekend!

Visitors came from all over. From Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and even from Georgia. They spent the holiday weekend relaxing poolside and lounging by tropical plants in the shade near the Tiki Bar.

An island rhythm reggae band, Island Flava, played in between the Tiki Bar and the pool. It was the band's third year at St. Hazards and we look forward to having them back again. Scott Wright, was his usual rocking self and kept the party going strong.

Another popular weekend spot was the Saints and $inners Beach Bar. The beach offers amazing views. At our beach you can see Ballast Island, Lost Ballast, Put-in-Bay and Kelley's Island. You can watch the waves roll in and the various boats that zip or sail across the lake.

St. Hazards Beach
There aren't too many islands you can visit north of the Florida Keys. Middle Bass Island provides a quiet island setting that springs to life every weekend. And holiday weekends are always the best. Especially when there are fireworks over the lake!