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Barley Oak
2101 Lakeshore Dr
Mandeville, LA 70448
We’ve Got Beer And We Know How To Use It THE EVOLUTION OF A BEER DRINKER & THE CONCEPTION OF A DRAUGHT HAUS “It is my design to die in the brew-house; let ale be placed to my mouth when I am expiring, that when the choir of angels come they may say: ‘Be God propitious to this drinker.” – Saint Columbanus My early encounters with beer were probably a lot like those of most Americans… in the form of pale-colored, watered-down, mass-brewed American light lagers. Although these ice-cold beers…
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Bistro Byronz
1901 Highway 190
Mandeville, LA 70448
(985) 951-7595
Bienvenue à Bistro Byronz. It’s been awhile since our original restaurants closed their doors and served the last Big Byronz sandwich and bowl of Corn and Shrimp Soup to our friends and family in Baton Rouge. But we, as we hear from many of you, have not forgotten. That’s why after almost 20 years we’re happy to be back in Baton Rouge, Shreveport, Mandeville (and more locations soon) with our new neighborhood bistros. Why Bistro Byronz you say? It’s the definition of a Louisiana Bistro (bistro: an unpretentious neighborhood restaurant…
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Cafe Lynn
3051 E. Causway Approach
Mandeville, LA 70471
Cafe Lynn Restaurant & Catering has a casual atmosphere with fine dining appeal. We serve classic French country style-New Orleans cuisine including fresh, local seafood, steaks, salads, and poultry. Our menu and daily specials always include a fresh fish – usually redfish, speckled trout or red snapper; as well as jumbo Gulf shrimp, fried Gulf oysters, lump crab cakes, veal scallopini, paneed rabbit, pan seared quail, and filet mignon au poivre. While we do have some butter and cream sauces, the real heart and soul of Chef Joey’s cooking is…
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1901 Highway 190
Mandeville, LA 70448
(985) 778-0459
The Market at Chenier is a Creole treasure serving residents, guests, shoppers and neighbors. New merchants are opening their doors in Chenier every day and the list of shops, services and amenities is growing. The boutiques and dining are not only entertaining but also convenient. This area provides an inviting meeting place for friends, neighbors, the community, and the blue herons, too. You can relax in the shade of the gazebo, walk the landscaped sidewalks and paths, or sit by the lake all within the grounds of The Market at…
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Coscino's Italian Grill
1809 N. Causeway Blvd.
Mandeville, LA 70471
(985) 727-4984
The Coscino Family, originally from New Orleans, have been Mandeville residents since 1998 and opened the Restaurant in May of 2004 with inspiration and recipes from New Orleans, New York, & Italy. Already great at cooking excellent Italian dishes, Chef Jeremy Coscino worked with an owner of a 25 year old Brooklyn, New York Pizzeria to learn true New York Style Pizza. Other dishes include Lasagna, Spaghetti & Meatballs, Veal, Chicken & Eggplant Parmesan, Calzones, incredible Salads, Sandwiches on fresh homemade bread, Black Angus Burgers handmade with ground chuck, cooked…
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Creative Arts of St. Tammany
70326 State Hwy 59
Abita Springs, LA 70420
(985) 276-9727
A new venue for Family Entertainment, located in MANDABITA. (from
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Dew Drop Social & Benevolent Society Hall
430 Lamarque St
Mandeville, LA 70448
(985) 626-4312
On May 5, 1885 a group of civic-minded African American residents of the village of Mandeville, led by the late Olivia Eunio, created the Dew Drop Social and Benevolent Association. A decade later the organization laid a cornerstone and in 1895 constructed a small wooden building on Lamarque Street in what is now called Old Mandevillee, 3 1/2 blocks north of the north shoreline of Lake Pontchartrain. The Association, like many created among African American residents following the end of the Civil War, had chiefly benevolent goals — to care…
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Don'z On The Lake
1951 Lakeshore Dr
Mandeville, LA 70448
Neighborhood dive bar.
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Fontainebleau State Park
62883 Hwy. 1089
Mandeville, LA 70448
Located just a short drive from New Orleans by taking a nice drive across the 24 mile long Lake Pontchartrain Causeway Bridge. You can see the Fontainebleau State park to the right when your a mile from the end of the bridge. You will see the rental cabins that are on the waters edge of the lake plus the fishing pier sticking out. There is also a pier close to the bridge which is part of Sunrise Park. The 3rd pier about 2 miles from the bridge is the one…
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Interference Sports Bar
2213 Florida St
Mandeville, LA 70448
Open 7 days a week – 363 days a year (We are closed Fat Tuesday & Ash Wednesday) Open Monday → Sunday: Noon – 2:00am (During football season we open at 11:30am on Sunday) Happy Hour 7 days a week! Noon – 6pm Sunday → Thursday 11pm – 1am Bar Food Served Nightly from 6pm – 1am Except for Football Sundays Noon – 1am
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Mandeville Trailhead
675 Lafitte St
Mandeville, LA 70448
(985) 624-3147
The city purchased a full block for its Cultural Interpretative Center, public rest rooms, pavilions, amphitheater, tower and children’s splash fountain. Come enjoy free Friday evening concerts and the Saturday morning Mandeville Community Market among the many other outdoor activities offered throughout the year. Rent a bike at the Kickstand Cafe (985-626-9300), just across the street, and cruise on down to the lake, six blocks away, to watch the sun set over Lake Pontchartrain or grab food and drinks at any of the local restaurants and coffee shops.
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2891 Highway 190
Mandeville, LA 70471
N’Tini’s is the product of generations of small business owners with a lively passion for entertaining their customers. The tradition started in 1973 when the parents of Donna Gaspard Benfatti, best known as Maw Maw and Poppy, opened a small grocery store and po-boy shop, Arabi Food Store in St. Bernard Parish. This quaint grocery and po-boy shop catered to local refineries and the neighborhood by serving their famous muffalettas and delicious roast beef po-boys. As the business was growing, so was the family. Donna met Mark Benfatti and they…
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Old Rail Brewing Company
639 Girod St
Mandeville, LA 70448
(985) 612-1828
Old Mandeville’s 1st & only locally owned Micro Brew Pub located across from theTrailhead right alongside the St. Tammany Trace. More information can be found on our Facebook page
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Pat Gallagher's 527
527 Causeway Blvd
Mandeville, LA 70448
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Rip's On The Lake
1917 Lakeshore Dr
Mandeville, LA 70448
Seafood Restaurant in Mandeville.
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Ruby's Roadhouse
840 Lamarque St
Mandeville, LA 70448
(985) 626-9748
THE BEST PLACE ON THE NORTHSHORE TO HEAR THE BEST MUSIC SINCE 1984” Ruby’s Roadhouse is now smoke free every Saturday night – 8pm to close and will also be smoke free on Friday nights when musicians request it. Smoking allowed on the patio outback or in front of the bar. Ruby’s Roadhouse has been bringing the best of the music world to its stage for 30 years – in a 100 year old building. We have had the best of local musicians, national and some international musicians.
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Rusty Pelican
500 Girod St
Mandeville, LA 70448
Nestled on the Corner of Girod and Monroe in the Heart of Old Mandeville, the Rusty Pelican is a favorite stop for locals and visitors alike. Our friendly staff and open floor plan create a comfortable, casual dining experience. Our salads are fresh. Our burgers are juicy. Our Seafood is delicious. We have all the local beers as well as a selection of old standards and favorites. Daiquiris – we have them. We also feature a full service drink bar.
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Sal and Judy's Restaurant
27491 Hwy 190
Lacombe, LA 70445
Sal and Judy’s is an Italian restaurant located in Lacombe, Louisiana. The success of Sal and Judy’s restaurant is apparent in it’s loyal customer base and sizable dinner crowds, despite it’s rather remote location. Customers arrive from all over South Louisiana to get a taste of where Creole Italian has been perfected. Lacombe reminded Chef Sal Impastato of his hometown in Sicily, where he grew up. He also enjoyed the area’s great fishing and seafood. Chef Sal ignored people’s doubts that Lacombe was too small of a town and setup…
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Tchefuncta Country Club
2 Country Club Park
Covington, LA 70433
Tchefuncta Country Club has been an integral part of the Tchefuncta Club Estates neighborhood since its inception. It is unique in both character and organization, as the only member-owned country club in the area. The newly constructed clubhouse, designed by George Hopkins, is the “go-to” place for the some of the best events on the Northshore.
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The Beach House Bar & Grill
124 Girod St
Mandeville, LA 70448
Dedicated to the simple lifestyle of laid back beach culture! Pura Vida Ya’ll. Daily Sunset Happy Hour Mon-Fri 3pm-6pm Mon-Red Beans & Rice, Happy Hour all Day, Tuesday – OUR FAMOUS TACO &TUNES TUESDAY with $1 Tacos and Live Music (Music schedule will resume Feb 19th) Wednesday- Key West Wednesday with Raw & Grilled Oyster Specials and $5 32 oz Buckets of CRW Rum Punch and BH Classic Gold Ritas Thursday- $4 Martini Nite and KIDS EAT FREE (under 12) (from
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The Lakehouse
2025 Lakeshore Dr
Mandeville, LA 70448
The Lakehouse is a full-service catering company, restaurant and event venue located in Mandeville, Louisiana, just 30 miles north of New Orleans. Housed in the historic Bechac House built in the 1830’s and overlooking Lake Ponchartrain, we offer a unique setting for locals and visitors to enjoy upscale dining and memorable events. The Lakehouse is the perfect spot for meetings, corporate functions, fundraisers, rehearsal dinners, weddings and other events. Offering lunch and dinner at the restaurant Thursdays and Fridays & Sunday Brunch, we invite you to come in to experience…
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Times Grill
5207 Essen Lane
Baton Rouge, LA 70809
(985) 626-1161
Founded in 1994, Times Grill is a family-friendly, casual dining restaurant best recognized for its 20 specialty burgers offered in conventional versions and wild variations. Times Grill has turned the 20th-century comfort food into a phenomenon using distinct ingredients and imagination. When we set out to build the perfect burger at our neighborhood eatery, the first place we looked to for inspiration was the walk-in cooler. Using a dozen ingredients we had on hand, we created a variety of now world famous burgers that sweeten, bring heat and lend flavor…
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T-Rivers Bar and Grill
1999 Main St
Mandeville, LA 70447
T Rivers Bar and Grill located on the mouth of the Tchefuncte River on Lake Pontchartrain, easily has the best view in St. Tammany. Sit out on our huge dock or covered patio and enjoy watching the boats go by while keeping cool with the breeze coming off of the lake. If you happen to be one of the many boat owners that we have in our surrounding area feel free to pull up on your boat and enjoy one of our many signature drinks or drink specials that we…

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