Orlandos Seafood Restaurant

Orlandos Seafood Restaurant Madisonville LA

Orlando’s Seafood Restaurant In Madisonville LA

304 Highway 22 W, Madisonville, LA 70447-9418   Call:  985-845-4446

Looking for a restaurant in Madisonville LA? Welcome to Orlandos Seafood Restaurant and some of the best tasting seafood in St Tammany Parish. If you have a large group and call ahead they will be ready to accommodate you when you arrive.  If you are on vacation and in the area for the first time and looking to eat authentic Louisiana seafood Orlando’s in the place for you. I highly recommend you try out some of their seafood dishes. Trip Advisor gives Orlando’s Seafood Restaurant a high rating in all areas and the Certificate Of Excellence. For a Louisiana seafood plate you will find the prices are lower then most other restaurants serving meals similar to what is on their seafood menu.

Louisiana Fresh Seafood

Try some of the fresh seafood dishes in the pictures below. Boiled Crawfish is available when in season but you can try a little bit of everything with the fried seafood platter. Below is just a sample of the fresh Louisiana seafood that is available.

Fresh Louisiana Boiled Crawfish when is season about February through June.

Fresh Louisiana Boiled Crawfish

Crawfish Boil – Shrimp Boil – Try a platter of true Louisiana boiled crawfish and shrimp.

 

Seafood Stuffed Potato topped with our famous shrimp and crabmeat cream sauce.

Jumbo Seafood Stuffed Potato With Jumbo Shrimp On Top

Jumbo Seafood Stuffed Potato With Jumbo Gulf Shrimp On Top

 

Orlandos Seafood Restaurant Seafood Stuffed Potato

Orlando’s Seafood Restaurant – Seafood Stuffed Potato With Jumbo Crawfish

Orlando’s Famous Crawfish Bisque

Orlando's fresh pot of CRAWFISH BISQUE to warm you up.

Fresh pot of CRAWFISH BISQUE

Location Of Orlando’s Seafood Restaurant

Orlandos Seafood Restaurant is located on the western side of Madisonville, on the main road 3 blocks from the bridge on the right side. The address is 304 Highway 22 W, Madisonville Louisiana.

 

 

Notice: This is not a paid advertisement for Orlando’s Seafood Restaurant but is one of Bill’s reviews of seafood restaurants in Covington, Mandeville and Madisonville area.

Mandeville La

Northshore Starts At Mandeville LA

Historic Mandeville La starts at Lake Pontchartrain and extends from Jackson Ave on the east to Florida Street Hwy 190 on the north to Galvez Street on the west. This area is known as the Mandeville Historic District. The Mandeville La zip code for this area is 70448 which is on the East Causeway Approach. The other zip cold for the West Causeway Approach is 70471. This is the newer area of Mandeville that is presently going through a growth spurt of commercial development. Mandeville High School is also located in this area just south of the West Causeway Approach where it branches off of N Causeway Blvd.

Much of this area has been renovated especially the two main streets of Girod St and Lakeshore Drive. Much of this area had been damaged by hurricanes over the past 15 years and has been rebuilt several times. Part of the rebuilding process was to raise the houses above the flood plain. Now most of the houses on the Lakefront and several blocks in from Lake Pontchartrain have been raised up to withstand any flood waters that may come. The houses still have their historic look and charm because the lower floor has been put to good use. Many of the houses have an enclosed area under the main house that has been put to good use. These large open areas are used to park cars, have parties and other outdoor activities. The pictures below show the raised houses and how Historic Mandeville has recovered from the past hurricanes.

Mandeville La Lakeshore Drive House

Lakeshore Dr Mandeville-La-Raised House

House On Lake PontchartrainThe main house in this picture above has an enclosed first floor. The house to the left has an open first floor that is often used to park cars or as a family area that is protected from the elements. During holidays you will often see these 1st floor areas for parties, BBQ’s and other events. Some of these houses are used as restaurants and the lower area can be used for wedding receptions and other activities. These houses front on Lakeshore Drive and have a green area between the street and the Lake Pontchartrain seawall. This green area is about 30 to 50 yards wide and runs the length of the Historic Mandeville area. During the weekend and holidays the lakefront comes alive with all sorts of activities going on. You may see people getting married, school bands practicing and people just enjoying being out having a good time.

Mandeville Trail Head

The Mandeville Trail Head is located by the Mandeville Trailhead Farmers Market. This community market has a combination of all sorts of vendors. This marketplace is housed under a large shelter so it is open rain or shine. Every Saturday of the year people flock here to listen to the free concert and sample many locally made food items. Several vendors serve breakfast and lunch items that are specialty foods that you won’t see just anywhere. All items that are being sold at this market has to be homemade. items that are not homemade can be displayed but not sold. This is a fairly large vendor market but has very few farmers. The main farmers markets in the area are in Covington and Abita Springs. The Mandeville Trail Head is part of the Tammany Trace that runs from Mandeville to Abita Springs where railroad tracks once existed. This is a 31 mile long paved path that is for bicyclist and hikers.

Tammany Trace Paved Path In Mandeville LA

Lake Pontchartrain Lakefront In Historic Mandeville La

Lake Pontchartrain Lakefront In Historic Mandeville La

More to come as new pictures will be coming in July 2017.

Thanks for visiting Mandeville La.

Fontainebleau State Park Beach

White Sand Beach At Fontainebleau State Park

Fontainebleau State Park Beach is a Lake Pontchartrain Beach
This beach is usually calm and not crowded. You can easily find and claim and area for you and your family.

Fontainebleau State Park Beach

 

Fontainebleau State Park Beach

Fontainebleau State Park Beach is one of the nicest beaches in Louisiana. I say this because it is one of the few places that actually has clean white sand. The water is shallow and you can walk out 100 yards and it may only be 2 to 4 feet deep depending on the tide and if the winds are coming from the south east. Many people like to canoe and kayak in this area of Lake Pontchartrain because it is usually calm water and clearer them other places in the area. There are plenty of picnic tables and bbq pits just a short distance from the beach. There is also a play ground for the younger children in the front section of the beach where you can park.

Fontainebleau State Park Beach Seen From The Pier

Fontainebleau State Park Beach Seen From The Pier

 

Fontainebleau State Park Beach Seen From The Pier

Fontainebleau State Park Pier And Beach

There are showers and facilities located on the beach area. Enjoy your stay!

Old Mandeville Lakeshore Drive

Historic Mandeville LA Lakeshore Drive

Below are pictures of Old Mandeville and Lakeshore Drive. Some people refer this area as Historic Mandeville.

Old Mandeville Lakeshore Drive is a 2 mile road that runs along the lake front of Old Historic Mandeville.

Click on pictures to see them in super size.

Lakeshore Drive in Old Mandeville And Lake Pontchartrain

Lakeshore Drive in Old Mandeville And Lake Pontchartrain

 

Mandeville Lakeshore Drive Beach

Mandeville Lakeshore Drive Beach

 

Old Historic Mandeville Lakeshore Drive

Old Historic Mandeville Lakeshore Drive

 

Lakeshore Dr Mandeville La Boat Launch

Lakeshore Dr Mandeville La Boat Launch

 

Lake Pontchartrain Lakefront Shelter

Lake Pontchartrain Lakefront Shelter

 

Lake Pontchartrain Lakefront Park

Lake Pontchartrain Lakefront Park At Mandeville Habor

 

Lakeshore Drive Lake Pontchartrain

Lakeshore Drive Lake Pontchartrain – Old Mandeville Lakefront

 

blent juice bar Mandeville Lakeshore Dr

blent juice bar Mandeville Lakeshore Dr

 

Boat Launch Mandeville La

Boat Launch Mandeville La – Mandeville Marina

 

Rips On The Lake - Old Mandeville Lakeshore Drive

Rips On The Lake – Old Mandeville Lakeshore Drive

More pictures and a write up of each coming in the future. We hope you enjoy the pictures of the Old Historic Mandeville Lakeshore Drive.

St Tammany Parish Library

St Tammany Parish Library Listings

St Tammany Parish Library listings are in alphabetical order with library name, hours open, address, phone number and email address.
Notice: The webmaster/owner of this website cannot guarantee the accuracy of this list. If new libraries are built the webmaster will try to keep the list updated. We suggest that you call the library at the number listed before going there for the first time to make sure it is open at the location given. To learn more about St Tammany Parish Click Here.

St Tammany Parish Library List By City

Administrative Office – Website
St. Tammany Parish Library Headquarters
310 W. 21st Avenue
Covington, LA 70433

Telephone: (985) 871-1219
Fax: (985) 871-1224

 

Abita Springs Library
Hours:
Monday-Tuesday – 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Wednesday – 12 p.m.-8 p.m.
Thursday – Friday – 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Address: 71683 Leveson Street
Abita Springs, LA 70420

Telephone: (985) 893-6285
Fax: (985) 871-1336
E-Mail: abita@stpl.us

 

Bush Library
Hours:
Monday-Tuesday – 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.
Wednesday – 12 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Thursday – Friday – 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Address: 81597 Hwy. 41
Bush, LA 70431

Telephone: (985) 886-3588
Fax: (985) 886-1054
E-Mail: bush@stpl.us

 

Causeway Library
Hours:
Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-8 p.m.
Friday-Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Address: 3457 Highway 190
Mandeville, LA 70471

Telephone: (985) 626-9779
Fax: (985) 626-9783
E-Mail: causeway@stpl.us

 

Covington Library
Hours:
Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-8 p.m.
Friday-Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Address: 310 W. 21st Ave.
Covington, LA 70433

Telephone: (985) 893-6280
Fax: (985) 871-1271
E-Mail: covington@stpl.us

 

Folsom Library
Hours:
Monday-Tuesday – 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Wednesday – 12 p.m.-8 p.m.
Thursday – Friday – 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Address: 82393 Railroad Avenue
Folsom, LA 70437

Telephone: (985) 796-9728
Fax: (985) 796-9304
E-Mail: folsom@stpl.us

 

Lacombe Library
Hours:
Monday-Tuesday – 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Wednesday – 12 p.m.-8 p.m.
Thursday – Friday – 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Address: 28027 Hwy 190
Lacombe, LA 70445

Telephone: (985) 882-7858
E-Mail: lacombe@stpl.us

 

Lee Road Library
Hours:
Monday-Tuesday – 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Wednesday – 12 p.m.-8 p.m.
Thursday – Friday – 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Address: 79213 Hwy 40
Covington, LA 70435

Telephone: (985) 893-6284
Fax:(985) 871-1349
E-Mail: leeroad@stpl.us

 

Madisonville Library
Hours:
Monday-Thursday
9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday-Saturday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Address: 1123 Main St.
Madisonville, LA 70447

Telephone:
(985) 845-4819
Fax:
(985) 845-0473
Email: Madisonville@stpl.us

 

Mandeville Library
Hours:
Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-8 p.m.
Friday-Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Address: 844 Girod St.
Mandeville, LA 70448

Telephone: (985) 626-4293
Fax:(985) 624-4621
E-Mail: mandeville@stpl.us

 

Pearl River Library
Hours:
Monday-Tuesday – 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Wednesday – 12 p.m.-8 p.m.
Thursday – Friday – 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Address: 64580 Hwy 41
Pearl River, LA 70452

Telephone: (985) 863-5518
Fax: (985) 863-1730
E-Mail: pearlriver@stpl.us

 

Slidell Library
Hours:
Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-8 p.m.
Friday-Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Address: 555 Robert Blvd.
Slidell, LA 70458

Telephone: (985) 646-6470
Fax: (985) 645-3553
E-Mail: slidell@stpl.us

 

South Slidell Library
Hours:
Monday-Thursday
9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday-Saturday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Address: 3901 Pontchartrain Drive
Slidell La, 70458

Telephone:
(985) 781-0099
Fax: (985) 781-0097
Email:southslidell@stpl.us

 

 

Library Notice

Notice: This information accurate as of about March 2017 and can change at any time.

Tree Removal Trimming Service By Louisiana Arborist

Tree Service Of Louisiana – Trimming And Removal

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Mention you found him on the Saint Tammany Tree page.

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Why Employ A Certified Arborist?

An arborist, by meaning, is an individual trained in the art and science of planting, taking care of, and preserving individual trees. Arborists are well-informed about the requirements of trees and are trained and geared up to provide correct care. Working with an arborist is a decision that needs to not be ignored.

Correct tree care is a financial investment that can cause considerable returns. Well-cared-for trees are attractive and can include substantial worth to your home or business. Improperly maintained trees can be a substantial liability. Pruning or removing trees, particularly big trees, can be hazardous work. Tree work needs to be done just by those trained and geared up to work safely in trees.

What Is A Certified Arborist

Tree Removal Trimming Service By Louisiana Arborist

Tree Removal Service By Louisiana Arborists

Certified Arborists are individuals who have attained a level of understanding in the art and science of tree care through experience and by passing a thorough assessment established by a few of the nation’s leading professionals on tree care. Certified Arborists should also continue their education to maintain their certification and stick to a Code of Ethics. Therefore, they are more likely to be up to date on the current strategies in arboriculture.

Ending up being an ISA Certified Arborist is a voluntary process through which people can measure their understanding and skills needed to supply appropriate tree care. ISA Certification is not government-sponsored or government-endorsed; it is administered by the International Society of Arboriculture as a way for tree care professionals to show their commitment to the occupation and the market.

Certification is not a procedure of standards of practice. Certification can attest to the tree knowledge of a private but can not guarantee or make sure quality efficiency.

 

Tree Removal Trimming Service For Problem Trees

A tree removal trimming service by a certified arborist is often needed when trees become a problem. Some trees that do not danger a house but are sick in some way can usually be saved by an experienced tree doctor. Many people would rather save a tree if possible then to cut it to the ground. A tree that has dead limbs will need to be removed. Dying or bug infested limbs might be saved if the right thing is done. Your tree professional will know exactly what to do and how to do it.

Tree trimming, cutting or removal is often needed if the tree gets too close to your house, gets infected with bugs or beetles, or grows too high and gets close to a power line. If any of these conditions happens it’s best to trim or cut down the tree. Sometimes a Certified Arborists can save an infected tree from bugs.

As soon as you have actually made the choice to get rid of the tree, you then have to prepare for tree removal. I cannot start to count the number of windows I’ve seen knocked out or vehicles I’ve seen crushed because of poor preparation in the tree removal process. We are specialist and will choose exactly where we want the tree to fall and we hit the target within inches. Our goal is to get the tree down without any surrounding damage.

As soon as you have the falling direction planned, you need to climb the tree and tie 2 long ropes near the top. Anchor them on the opposite side of the one that you want it to fall towards. This will enable you to adjust the direction the tree is being lowered in, just in case it begins leaning towards anything it might damage.

Things To Consider When Taking Down A Tree
Oak Tree Covington LA

Tree Service Trimming And Removal. Oak Tree Covington LA – This tree needs a Pro!

Now that you’ve taken all the needed preventative measures, you are ready to begin slicing. If you intend on using a manually run saw or axe, please step back and consider how outrageous that is. Slicing down a tree by hand will take you permanently, and will not even start to be as accurate as utilizing a chainsaw. If you do not have a chainsaw, you should not even consider doing it without one. Ask around with your next-door neighbors and see if anybody has one that you might obtain. If that does not work, rent or purchase one from your regional house improvement shop.

Before you start slicing away at the tree, you need to use correct eye and face protection in case any wood chips fly to your eyes. I had a pal who blinded his best eye while cutting down a tree, so I hope all of my readers do not make the same mistake as he did. Whenever you run a power tool, constantly make certain to wear proper protection for any exposed parts of your body.

When making the cut, you do not wish to just cut a straight line into the tree. It is best to cut a sideways “V” into the tree. This is because if you cut the straight line, the tree will wind up rolling to one side or the other. If you cut in a “V”, the tree will be able to fall in the specific instructions that you want it to fall. Sometimes it might be a couple of feet off due to human mistake during the cutting procedure, but if you have some strong friends pull on the ropes you connected, you can line it back up with the course you wanted it to take. The entire procedure shouldn’t take more than an hour.

Removal of the stump can be somewhat harder. You have several choices; you can rent out a stump chipper that will totally destroy the noticeable area of the stump. Or you can spend many hours digging it out. Removing the stump is much more thorough, but takes permanently. If you have kids this should not be an issue. Kids often discover the thought of digging fun, and are excited to go outside and dig all day with their good friends. This was the method I utilized, and I had the whole stump out within a week. Bear in mind that my stump was about 1 foot in diameter, and digging probably will not work for stumps much larger than that.

Why use a certified Arborist? You are getting a professional that will probably have insurance.

Do not heir just anybody. Suppose they cut down a tree and it goes through your neighbors roof? Worst yet, it hurts someone. Your uninsured tree guy will probably go to lunch and that will be the last time you ever see or hear from them.

Beaumar Tree Service AKA Kelly’s Tree Service

Kelly Heading Up A Tree Wearing Safety Harness And Chainsaw In Tow – Albany Louisiana

 

Kelly's Tree Trimming Service

Tree Trimming Service – Removing Limbs Around Power Lines

 

Tree Trimming Removal Service - Cut down limbs were around power lines in my backyard.

These limbs were around power lines that run to an out building in my backyard.

Absolute Clean Windows Of Louisiana

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Madisonville Tchefuncte River

Situated along the stunning, deep waters of the mighty Tchefuncte River exists the historical, classic Community and town of Madisonville, Louisiana.

Madisonville Tchefuncte River area lies north of Lake Pontchartrain, around 45 miles from the Greater New Orleans area. This wonderful community is quickly gotten to by means of the Lake Pontchartrain 24 mile long bridge as well as from the north taking I-12 to LA 21 South to LA Hwy 22 and also the Tchefuncte Riverway that empties into Lake Pontchartrain about 2 miles south of Madisonville past the lighthouse.

Madisonville In The 1800’s

The community, initially called Coquille, was established by Juan Baham around the 1800’s. Later on it was included into the USA cities in 1810 as well as admitted in honor of the Head of State James Madison. Preserving its personality as a North Shore river community still today, it showcases boat harbors, leisure boating as well as a maritime museum and boating and fishing of all kinds.

Along the river are several of the location’s finest dining establishments, antique shops as well as boutique and a coffee shop that is a must see. In addition to a growing business area along the Interstate 12 the old town still has its charm. Each year, Madisonville hosts countless site visitors to the historical community that show up to commemorate its celebrations of the Wooden Boat Festival.

The Old and New Love The Area

The solid feeling of historical conservation is discussed by offspring of the initial inhabitants as well as brand-new citizens alike. Mitigation of several initial houses proceed along with brand-new renovation in maintaining with the personality of the community. A lot of renovations are being done in the area to bring back even more of the old houses and businesses in the old downtown area along the river. Other areas on the North Shore that have restored old downtown areas and antique districts can be found.

The appeal, friendliness and also past history make attractive Madisonville a fantastic location for a day, a week, or a life time. Saint Tammany Parish has it all including the area of Madisonville Tchefuncte River.

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