The Beach House Bar & Grill
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Laid back atmosphere with an outdoor kid’s play area. $1 Tacos on Tuesday with live music.
Lunch or dinner and cocktails Outdoor eating Live bands on Friday and Saturday
Cool vibes, dog friendly, awesome “beach sand” play area for the kids. Walking distance to the lakefront.
Good for sitting and enjoying the outdoors, terrible service though! Live bands occasionally
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“This is a great place for a sunset drink. You can sit on the balcony and watch the sunset over the Lake.”
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“great local cuisine and hospitality. Ask for Liz the owner and tell her Skye sent you.”
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“ Just three miles from the quaint Northshore town of Mandeville is Fontainebleau State Park, a convenient and scenic getaway with some truly spectacular kayaking. It also happens to be a short drive from New Orleans, which means that within an hour after leaving the French Quarter, you can be paddling pristine streams full of native fishes and cypress trees. Fontainebleau is a park with a past. It was once the site of a large sugar mill built under the direction of Creole planter and senator Bernard de Marigny in 1829. Marigny’s plantation fell into disrepair long ago, but today you can tour the brick structures that remain. You’ll also learn more about the illustrious man himself inside the park’s visitor center, where handmade tools and furniture are on display. Outside the visitor center you’ll find a pier stretching over enormous Lake Pontchartrain, a prime spot for sunset-watching. A man-made beach offers sunbathers a chance to catch some rays, and for younger visitors, a water playground is open season. Nature trails amidst the Cypress and Oak trees ￼are captivating.There is a pier for fishing.Go for a relaxing day with the beauty of nature. ”
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“The Lake Pontchartrain Basin Maritime Museum is dedicated to preserving local maritime history and culture as it relates to the Lower Mississippi River Basin’s importance as a provider of wildlife habitats, water quality, and erosion and flood control. School field trips, private guided tours, summer camps, & outreach are just a few ways that the museum aims to provide an educational service to the community. ”
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