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Welcome to St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana's Northshore. We are 45 minutes north of New Orleans and the natural choice for families, foodies, nature and art lovers, and golfers. Find festivals, go shopping, tour Abita Brewery, try tubing, fishing, cycle the Tammany Trace or take a swamp tour, enjoy a wine tasting. Download our FREE apps PlayNorthshore: iPhone or Android and EatDrinkEnjoy Louisiana’s Northshore: iPhone or Android. These apps will guide visitors to the best seafood shops, finest dining rooms, and the best outdoor adventures on Louisiana’s Northshore.

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Northshore restaurants in roundup of spots to eat ethnic
New cookbook shares global flavors to be found in New Orleans area
Northshore restaurants in roundup of spots to eat ethnicLouisiana is known for its great culinary heritage, and for home-grown specialties like gumbo, po-boys and jambalaya, but not as well known for ethnic food. That may be changing, as reflected by author Ann Benoit's entertaining new book, "New Orleans' Best Ethnic Restaurants" (Pelican Publishing, 2014), which showcases scores of eateries serving Asian, African, Italian, French, Latin and European dishes. A good number of those restaurants are here on the Northshore, including La Provence, Que Rico Cuban Café, Trey Yuen, Del Porto, Nuvolari's and Assunta's, among others. Benoit's photography accompanies recipes from each restaurant. Fun reading, fun eating!

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Chafunkta Brewing Company Now Offering Tours
Taste Voo Ka Ray IPA, Old 504, and new Kingfish Ale in Mandeville
Chafunkta Brewing Company Now Offering ToursTiny Chafunkta Brewing Company in Mandeville may be the smallest brewery in the state of Louisiana, but it's growing exponentially in popularity. Married owners Josh and Jamie Erickson started home brewing back in college, and opened their nanobrewery in 2011. Josh brews on weekends and after work (he still has a day job) and you can taste his love of both Louisiana and his craft in every pint. Now on Friday nights from 6-7PM, you can meet the brewmaster and sip for yourself. Chafunktabrew.com for more info.

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Travel + Leisure and New York Daily News
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Travel + Leisure and New York Daily NewsThe Northshore’s been in the news lately, with articles featuring St. Tammany Parish in both Travel + Leisure online and in the New York Daily News Living Section. According to Travel + Leisure, Insta-Gator Ranch & Hatchery is one of The Best Places to See Baby Animals, for the alligator egg hatching experience. The New York Daily News article featured Bayou Adventure and La Provence in Lacombe, and Del Porto Ristorante, LOLA, the Farmers Market and the Southern Hotel in Covington. See the articles: http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/best-places-to-see-baby-animals/1 and http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/southern-louisiana-adventure-food-nature-lovers-article-1.1867917

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