The coronavirus pandemic has canceled numerous issues, however your summer time trip does not should be one among them.
Monroe-West Monroe is the featured journey vacation spot in Could/June challenge of “Cooking with Paula Deen.”
The Monroe-West Monroe Conference & Guests Bureau (MWMCVB) labored with editors of the journal to showcase sights, eating places and outlets in Ouachita Parish.
“Our space has a lot to supply guests,” mentioned Alana Cooper, MWMCVB President/CEO. “From the museums that share our historical past to eating places that inform the story of our space on a dinner plate, Monroe-West Monroe is place the place guests can each loosen up and luxuriate in a laid-back weekend or expertise an journey on one among our native bayous and waterways.”
The article, “A Charming Vacation spot: Twin Cities supply eating choices and native sights to maintain you happy”, was written by Morgan Crawford Scott, the journal’s managing editor, and showcases numerous sights such because the Ouachita River; downtown murals; Landry Vineyards; Vintage Alley and lodging at Hamilton Home Inn; Biedenharn Museum and Gardens; Masur Museum; and Chennault Aviation and Military Museum. Native eateries spotlighted within the article embrace Miss Kay’s Sweets & Eats; Parish Restaurant; Warehouse No. 1; Trapp’s; and Standard Coffee Co.
“We stay up for internet hosting guests who’re impressed to journey to Monroe-West Monroe after studying this text and serving to them uncover our space,” Cooper mentioned.
Cooking with Paula Deen has a print distribution of 236,000 and digital pageviews of 500,000.
The journal will be bought at newsstands or a digital version will be discovered on-line.
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