Restaurant Week Baton Rouge is back! Eat your heart out Jan. 27- Feb. 1

A week filled with dozens of Baton Rouge restaurants serving three-course meals for crazy discounted prices is back! Dive into the city’s Restaurant Week January 27 through February 1. 

Restaurant Week January 2020. Photo courtesy of DIG / eatBR.com

DIG Baton Rouge puts on the week-long food frenzy with the help of Baton Rouge Airport. This year, WAFB is proud to partner with these foodies, too.

Besides giving you the opportunity to eat your way through the Capitol City, the event is also giving back to the community. For every food 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. So, don’t feel guilty about Gramming your aesthetic food shots that week. The more you post and tag, the more money is donated!

 

 
 
 
 
 
View this post on Instagram
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

ONE WEEK UNTIL RESTAURANT WEEK! Menus have been uploaded to eatbr.com with more being added daily so check it out and start building your restaurant week itinerary!

A post shared by DIG Baton Rouge (@digbatonrouge) on

 An inside look at Restaurant Week 2019: Elsie’s Plate & Pie

And, just to get you excited, here are some of the participating restaurants.  

  • Adrian’s Restaurant & Bar
  • Bistro Byronz – Americana
    Bistro Byronz – Willow Grove
  • Bistro Byronz – Mid City
  • Bonefish Grill
  • Bumsteers
  • Capital City Grill
  • City Pork
  • City Slice
  • Copeland’s Cheesecake Bistro
  • Drusilla Seafood
  • Eliza Restaurant & Bar
  • Elsie’s Plate & Pie
  • Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
  • Jed’s Local
  • Jolie Pearl
  • Juban’s
  • La Contea
  • Mike Anderson’s Seafood
  • Rocca Pizzeria
  • Rock N Roll Sushi
  • Rouj Creole
  • Soji Modern Asian
  • Stroube’s Seafood And Steaks
  • Sullivan’s Steakhouse
  • Texas De Brazil
  • The Rum House
  • Tio Javi’s Fresh Mex Bar And Grill
  • Zea’s Rotisserie & Bar

The three-course menus pop up as the days get closer. Check them out here.

Honestly, if you’ve never been to any of these restaurants before, Restaurant Week might be a good time to branch out your tastes. With discounted meals, you can try something new without breaking the bank. 

To take advantage of the deals, step into any of the listed restaurants and ask, “May I see the Restaurant Week menu, please?”

It’s that easy. There are no tickets required to participate. Just ask to see the week’s special menu and you can save money on some tasty dishes. But, you may want to call ahead and make reservations. These places expect to book up, according to DIG.