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Experience Arkansas: The Natural State
From brews and ‘cues to old-fashioned pies and donuts, The Natural State offers the perfect mix of down-home cooking and Southern hospitality. It’s also the oldest and largest grape juice and wine-producing state in the South—so connoisseurs welcome! Visit Arkansas.com to start planning your trip.
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Discover Lafayette’s Plate Lunch Paradise
Though most visitors to Lafayette might sooner associate the area with their more famed Cajun and Creole culinary fare, it is the rice and gravy-centric plate lunch that fuels the people of Louisiana’s Acadiana region. Visit LafayetteTravel.com/PlateLunch to discover the people and stories behind some of Lafayette’s oldest plate lunch houses.
 
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Experience Arkansas: The Natural State
From brews and ‘cues to old-fashioned pies and donuts, The Natural State offers the perfect mix of down-home cooking and Southern hospitality. It’s also the oldest and largest grape juice and wine-producing state in the South—so connoisseurs welcome! Visit Arkansas.com to start planning your trip.
 
Fall Food Festivals on Alabama’s Beaches
The sugar-white sand beaches of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach are home to several acclaimed festivals such as the Wharf Uncorked (September 24-26), the Annual National Shrimp Festival (October 8-11), and the Annual Oyster Cook-Off (November 6-8). Visit gulfshores.com for more information.
 
Fall in love with Alabama Food
Experience centuries of Southern tradition with a fresh, modern twist. Whether you’re looking for barbecue joints or James Beard Award-winning chefs, you’ll find ample opportunities to savor the diverse local cuisine. Visit ILoveAlabamaFood.com to get started!
 
Find your perfect beach in South Walton
Home to 16 acclaimed beach neighborhoods, each with its own unique style, this 26-mile stretch on Northwest Florida’s Gulf Coast offers an upscale, yet casual place to build lasting memories. Go to VisitSouthWalton.com to learn more about the area’s turquoise waters, sugar-white sand beaches, and award-winning Gulf-to-table cuisine.