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Southeast Florida Celebrates Louisiana

Posted by Lorea Thomson on Thursday, November 8th, 2018 at 11:30pm.

Southeast Florida pays homage to Louisiana and all things in common with the Sunshine State.  On November 9, National Louisiana Day recognizes the state that brought us such treasures as Jazz, Creole, Beignets and Mardi Gras.

Louisiana has a moist subtropical climate just like South Florida. Both states are "classic" examples of a sultry climate with long, warm, humid summers and short, mild winters. Comparatively, Tampa and New Orleans are relatively similar in climate.  Tampa has less rainfall and precipitation.  Florida claims more sunny days than Louisiana too. The comfort index is higher in Florida as well.

Both Florida and Louisiana are on the Gulf Coast of the United States. It is the coastline along the Southern United States where several states meet along the Gulf of Mexico. Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida are coastal states that have a shoreline on the Gulf of Mexico. This area has beautiful white-sand beaches, generous fishing, golf and friendly people.

All this Louisiana talk making y’all hungry for Cajun food?  Palm Beach County is one of the best places in Florida for food. Florida’s third-largest county is home to every cuisine imaginable, but since we are talking about National Louisiana Day, how about a plate of Cajun?  This food is full of satisfying flavor.

One of the best restaurants in Palm Beach County where the spirit of Louisiana is alive and well in the food of Palm Beach County. The Funky Biscuit, 303 Southeast Mizner Boulevard, Boca Raton is a place where those who want great Cajun food can go and enjoy the renowned cuisine. In addition to being a great Cajun spot, the Funky Biscuit is a fun place to go and listen to local and nation blues and jazz acts while you dine on fantastic Cajun food.

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