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Finding Apartments for Rent in Mandeville, LA

Once a sleepy fishing village, Mandeville is now home to the top cuisine this side of New Orleans, unending outdoor fun, and great places to live and call home. Some of the best areas for apartment dwellers are along Lakefront Drive with its gorgeous sunsets and quick access to New Orleans and north of State 190.

Dining in Mandeville, LA

Mandeville may not be New York City, but Louisiana’s Northshore is home to some truly world-class chefs and restaurants. For fine dining, there is none better than La Provence less than a 30 minute drive away in Slidell. Chef John Besh, featured on the Food Network, Good Morning America and Bravo’s Top Chef serves up exotic fare such as Grilled Octopus Salad and Oysters "Ooh La La" and local dishes like Whole Cooked Mississippi Rabbit made exotic by the chef’s masterful touch. Other fine dining in the area you will want to experience include:

  • Dakota: Chef Kim Kringlie provides sophisticated yet contemporary Louisiana cuisine in this elegant setting.
  • Del Porto Ristorante: Husband-wife chef team, David Solazzo and Torre Bagalman offer the usual local favorites along with authentic Italian dishes.
  • Café Lynn: Chef Joey Najolia has created a new kind of fine dining that any family will enjoy. Chef Najolia has transformed a Burger King (circa 1955) into a must visit site for locals and their guests.
Just for fun and good food, check out these local diners that have been featured on popular national TV shows. These include: Coffee's Boilin' Pot (Restaurant Impossible), Your Mom's (TVFoodMaps Fan Favorites), Louie & the Redhead Lady (Diners, Drive-ins and Dives) and LA Pines Cafe (Diners, Drive-ins and Dives).

For everyday great food in Mandeville consider: Liz’s Where Y’at Diner, Fat Spoon Cafe, Bosco’s Italian Cafe, Another Beautiful Day Natural Foods, Rips On the Lake, Petunia’s Place, New Orleans Hamburger and Seafood Company, Sake Gardens Japanese Restaurant, George’s Mexican Restaurant, Old Rail Brewing Company, and Zachary’s Restaurant.

Sports in Mandeville, LA 

Mandeville sits at the north end of Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, the longest bridge that runs continuously over water in the world. That means you are about 45 minutes away from a world of professional sports. These include the New Orleans Saints (NFL), Pelicans (NBA), and Jesters (United Soccer League's Premier Development League). If baseball is your game, the triple-A baseball Zephyrs make for a great day trip to the Crescent City.

Shopping in and Around Mandeville, LA

The Premier Shopping Centres located on Hwy 190 have a variety of nationally known stores including Old Navy, Barnes & Noble, Victoria’s Secret, American Eagle, Gap, Stein Mart, Anne Taylor Loft, and Banana Republic. For a different kind of shopping along with a quick education on the area, check out the shopping opportunities on the Louisiana Sugar Trail. On the Trail you will find the Sugar Mill Ruins at Fontainebleau State Park, the Abita Brewing Company with the best local beer around, and the Bayou Country General Store in Slidell where you can learn about the art of candy making and take as much as of the sugary concoctions you like home with you as sell.

Outdoor Activities in Mandeville, LA

Once you get settled in to your new place there is a world of outdoor fun just minutes away. The Abita Creek Flatwoods Preserve has easy walking trails that feature all kind of local wildlife and native Louisiana plants. Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge is a 15,000 acre Federal wildlife refuge that offers a magnificent example of the natural coastline of Lake Pontchartrain. The Refuge is home hundreds of bird species bald eagles and the rare Red-cockaded Woodpecker. Tammany Trace, or simply the Trace to locals, is over thirty miles of protects riding and walking trains that allow visitors to view the natural habitat, bayous and rivers from the 31 bridges built on original railroad trestles.

Cultural Activities in Mandeville, LA

There is a wide range of festivals, shopping, and other destinations within just a few minutes of Mandeville. Some of these include:

  • Madisonville Art Market (Second Saturday of each month)
  • Abita Brewery Tasting Room Tours (2pm Wed-Fri and Saturdays 11am, 12pm, 1pm & 2pm
  • Mandeville Trailhead Community Market (Saturdays)
  • Covington Art Market (first Saturdays in March, April, May, October, November and December)
  • Dew Drop Jazz Hall Spring Concert Series (Saturdays, March – May 24)
  • Sunset at the Landing Outdoor Concert Series (Every 3rd Friday, March to October)
  • Great Louisiana BirdFest 2014 (April 11-13, 2014)
  • Car Show Cruising to the Chapel (Apr. 27, 2014)


Rent Trends

As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Mandeville, LA is $936 for one bedroom, $1,151 for two bedrooms, and $1,420 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Mandeville has increased by 2.0% in the past year.

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