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Camellia CIty Farmers Market in Slidell is one of six markets offering farm fresh produce on the Northshore. ©LouisianaNorthshore.com
Morton's Seafood Restaurant on the Tchefuncte River is known for it's delicious Seafood Boat dish. Located in Madisonville, Louisiana. ©LouisianaNorthshore.com
Head to the Shack in Covington for Latin fusion cuisine in a funky family-friendly atmosphere. ©LouisianaNorthshore.com
Chef Jeffrey Hansell's Oxlot 9 restaurant in the Southern Hotel offers house-made charcuterie plates. ©LouisianaNorthshore.com
Meribo's chef Gavin Jobe is a Food Network Chopped Champion. Head to Covington for his outstanding pizza. ©LouisianaNorthshore.com
Gator on Honey Island Swamp Tour
Abita Brew Pub offers the full line of Abita beers on tap and lunch and dinner menu.
Chef Sal Impastato of Sal & Judy's Restaurant in Lacombe sells his sauces online and in stores. ©LouisianaNorthshore.com
The Crabby Shack, in Madisonville, is a favorite local spot for seafood. ©LouisianaNorthshore.com
Pick your own blueberries at farms near Franklinton, Louisiana
Phil's Marina Cafe in Slidell serves up fish tacos fresh from the Gulf and served with a stellar view. ©LouisianaNorthshore.com
Mandeville Seafood Market offers a variety of fresh seafood in the market and in their adjacent casual restaurant. ©LouisianaNorthshore.com
Experience a tasty change of pace in St. Tammany Parish - Louisiana's Northshore. Farm to table meets elegant fine dining by some of the area's most talented chefs!
The Chimes restaurant's large decks overlooking the Bogue Falaya River offer a great spot for happy hour - in Covington Louisiana ©LouisianaNorthshore.com
Abita Brewing Company is the largest and the oldest craft brewery in Louisiana. ©LouisianaNorthshore.com
Dig into tender and juicy smoked chicken from Smoke BBQ in Covington, Louisiana. ©LouisianaNorthshore.com
Old Town Soda Shop in Slidell serves up milkshakes, banana splits, soda and more. ©LouisianaNorthshore.com
Crawfish étouffée is a quintessential Louisiana dish found in both Cajun and Creole cuisines. Learn to make it with this simple recipe.