The people of Louisiana love food and that’s especially true for those of the capital city. Baton Rouge celebrates food with selected three-course meals at incredibly discounted prices during Restaurant Week.
There are over 50 participating restaurants this season, according to the website. Not all of the menus are added to the website yet, but quite a few are available for you to browse and drool over. Start planning your night out now!
So far, here are a few of the participating restaurants and their Restaurant Week menu prices.
For $20 and $25:
Capital City Grill – $20
Adrian’s Restaurant & Bar – $25 (dinner only)
Bumsteers – $25
California Pizza Kitchen – $25
City Cafe – $25 (dinner only)
City Slice – $20
Copeland’s Cheesecake Bistro – $20
Drusilla Seafood – $25
Elsie’s Plate & Pie – $25
Jed’s Local – $20
Jolie Pearl – $25
Mike Anderson’s Seafood – $25
Rocca Pizzeria – $25
Rock N Roll Sushi – $20
Tio Javi’s Fresh Mex Bar And Grill – $25
Zea’s Rotisserie & Bar – $25
For $30 and $35:
Beausoleil Restaurant And Bar – $30 (dinner only)
Bistro Byronz – Americana, Mid City and Willow Grove – $30 (dinner only)
Bonefish Grill – $30
Café Americain – $30 (dinner only)
Cecelia Creole Bistro – $30 (dinner only)
City Pork – $30 (dinner only)
Eliza Restaurant & Bar – $30
Juban’s – $35
Kalurah Street Grill – $30
La Contea – $35
Soji Modern Asian – $35
Solera – $30
Stroube’s Seafood And Steaks – $30 (dinner only)
Sullivan’s Steakhouse – $35
Texas De Brazil – $35
The Rum House – $30
Zorba’s Greek Bistro – $30 (dinner only)
For $40 and up:
18 Steak – $40 (dinner only)
Doe’s Eat Place – $40
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar – $40 (dinner only & Friday lunch)
Rouj Creole – $40
The detailed Restaurant Week menus include first, second and third courses, plus a list of featured cocktails. See the detailed menus here as they are added. Just know that all prices listed above are per diner. Special prices do not include drinks, tax or tip.
Another great thing about most of these menus is that they are available at lunch and dinner, too! The spots serving Restaurant Week menus at dinner time only are noted in the list.
Check out each restaurant’s dining hours here.
Reservations are not required to dine in at these spots, but they are encouraged as the restaurants fill up quickly. I mean, everybody wants a taste of Baton Rouge’s finest foods at discounted prices, so it doesn’t hurt to call and reserve your seat.
Also, remember to take pictures of your dining experience to post online. For every photo tagged #eatBR on Instagram during Restaurant Week, $2 will be donated to the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank. The event’s organizers will donate up to $5000.