Louisiana is famous for its food, and Baton Rouge has plenty of good stuff. Seafood is on every menu and often excellent. One caveat, though, is that most restaurants are closed on Sunday evening in this Catholic state.
Louie's - 24 hour diner near LSU Sporting News Grille a Sports bar with lots of TVs to catch the game. http://www.sngrill.com Patio Grille and Lounge featuring a wonderful Champange brunch on Sundays. Crowne Plaza, Baton Rouge
The Chimes - A popular LSU hang out, the Chimes is conveniently located at the North Gates of campus. It is known for its extensive beer menu and its 35-cent oysters (all day Tuesday and 4-7 pm other days). Its food menu has plenty of Cajun favorites as well as good sandwiches and dinners for your visitors who are scared of seafood or spice. For a slightly different atmosphere, drive out to the much larger Chimes East on Coursey Boulevard.
Near The Overpass
Tsunami - schmancy sushi restaurant and bar on top of the LSU art museum Capitol Grocery in Spanish Town Downtown Seafood Frostop - fast food Cafeteria in the capitol building (boring but allegedly cheap) Poor Boy Lloyd's Seafood Restaurant Schlittz & Giggles
Bellue's Cajun Cusine - I rode my bike by this place and it looked interesting. Looking at their website now, I guess it's more of a grocery store than a restaurant, but might be a notable spot for picking up cajun foods. Right next door to Bellue's Welding. (-: —Tobin LTK Seafood - large place up on Scenic Highway by the refinery; the smell of boiled seafood actually overwhelms the scent of refined petroleum!
Albasha's - Greek and Lebanese, 6 locations Bistro Byronz China 1 Fleur-De-Lis Cocktail Lounge - pizza La Carreta Monjuni's - Italian Superior Grill - Tex-Mex Yvette Marie's is a supercute soup-and-sandwiches kind of place inside Circa 1857 Avo's delicious, super inexpensive—burgers, poboys, falafel, schwarma
Beausoleil Restaurant & Bar Cafe Americain Restaurant Dearman's Soda Fountain Dempsey's La Madeleine (Jefferson location) Las Palmas Mexican Restaurant Mid-City Market (take-out only) Monjuni's New York Bagel Co. Serop's Express Tramonte's Meat and Seafood Market
Another Broken Egg Bonefish Grill Boutin's Brewbacher's Cici's Pizza Coyote Blues Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Drusilla Seafood Restaurant Five Guys Burgers & Fries Fox and Hound Gino's Restaurant Hunan Restaurant Ichiban Japanese Grill & Sushi Bar Izzo's Illegal Burrito Jason's Deli Jasmines On the Bayou Jay's Bar-B-Q JC Kamados Japanese Grill & Sushi Bar Jimmy John's Juban's Restaurant Kamados—see JC Kamados Kingfish Restaurant Koto of Japan La Lou Fine Dining - used to be the Baton Rouge Another Broken Egg on Old Hammond Hwy; same location, different franchise Louis DeAngelo's Casual Italian Dining/Pizzeria - multiple locations in the Baton Rouge area; excellent quality meals at reasonable prices Louisiana Lagniappe Louisiana Pizza Kitchen Mansurs - upscale fine Creole cuisine Mellow Mushroom Mestizo Louisiana Mexican Restaurant - food always tastes fresh Mike Anderson's Seafood Restaurant Ninfa's Mexican Restaurant Oscar's Ice Cream & Pizza Joint Parrain's Seafood Restaurant Pastime/Pastime Junior Restaurant Piccadilly Cafeteria Po-Boy USA - Florida Blvd.; large portions; good value for your money Portobello's Grill Ralph & Kacoo's Rama Restaurant Rotolo's Ruby Tuesday Shanghai Place (Mongolian Barbeque) South of Philly Texas de Brazil Thai Pepper - Florida Blvd.; lunch buffet; great fried rice Walk-On's Bistreaux & Bar Zea's Restaurant Zoe's Kitchen
Even further afield
2009-01-13 02:59:03 why does french settlement redirect to livingston parish? —Rosanne