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“Let’s Eat” at Festivals this Fall in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach!

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Monday, September 24th, 2018

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We keep telling y’all that the fall is one of the most glorious times of the year to spend at one of the most beautiful locations in America. Our urging words do not do it justice; you must come down to see it – and taste it – for yourself. An Orange Beach vacation is NOT just for the summer. SeaChase is the place to be year round.        

One of fall’s great signatures is its delicious food traditions. The Gulf has a few fall food traditions of its own in the form of festivals! Come visit us during the months of October and November and eat to your heart’s content at one of the many food festivals. Visit Coastal Alabama has a great line up for us – in addition to the normal incredible fare put forward from our local restaurants every day!

The beach is buzzing with food and song this fall. Start the culinary party with the 47th Annual National Shrimp Festival, October 11-14 in Gulf Shores. For many this is the must-do fall festival. And who can blame them when it brings four days of arts, crafts, live music and of course shrimp.

Show of hands… who loves oysters and craft beer? Thought so! We’ll see you in Gulf Shores for the 10th Annual Oyster Cook Off and Craft Beer Weekend at The Hangout, November 2-3. Then stick around for the tunes with the 34th Annual Frank Brown International Songwriters’ Festival November 8-18. Enjoy songs performed at venues throughout Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and Perdido Key.

And the fun keeps on coming with the 2018 World Food Championships at The Wharf in Orange Beach, November 9-11. High-energy food competitions with some serious prize money and bragging rights on the line.

We’ll remind you of these events as they draw closer, but, make your plans now to join us at SeaChase for a great FALL Orange Beach vacation! You (and your taste buds) will be glad you did!






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