The Hottest Baton Rouge Dinner Spots

The Hottest Baton Rouge Dinner Spots

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From Cajun to Creole and everything in between, we invite you to feast on our local delicacies in Baton Rouge.

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    Sister restaurant to Tsunami Lafayette, we offer a diverse menu which focuses on obtaining the freshest seafood and all around ingredients available. Our menu has remained water cooler conversation with its Japanese and Eastern fare, striving to add innovative new dishes as we travel the globe sampling ideas and bringing them back to our beloved customers. 
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    Located inside the Shaw Center on beautiful Lafayette Park. Enjoy fresh seafood, steaks, chops, gumbo and frosty cocktails while taking in the scenery and fountains on the Plaza.
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    Traditionally restaurants fall into flavor categories that group common dishes and seasonings. Restaurant IPO was born out of breaking this tradition by aligning unique worldwide cuisine infused with a South Louisiana flare. Proprietors Eric Macicek and Brandt Broussard share a passion for products that progress well beyond incredible cuisine and into an exceptional beverage selection, hospitality-driven service, and a fresh atmosphere.
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    Come down to The Little Village and enjoy some authentic Italian fare.
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    When you're in Baton Rouge, geaux local. Here, Tin Roof Beer is the local's choice for micro-brewery. The Tin Roof Brewery is just over one mile away, so it's easy to take advantage of the Friday night tour and tasting. If you miss the tour, head to Boudreaux & Thibodeaux's, one block from our Baton Rouge boutique hotel, and settle in with a cold Tin Roof while you enjoy the live music and dancing in this quintessential tribute to Cajun culture.
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    The po' boy sandwich is a Louisiana institution, and there's no better place to try one in Baton Rouge than at Poor Boy Lloyd's. A corner sandwich shop just a block from the river, Lloyd's offers all the 'only-in-Louisiana' versions-catfish, crawfish, shrimp (boiled or fried) and oyster-but the roast beef also gets raves. Eat like a local and get your po' boy 'dressed' with lettuce, tomato, mayo and onion.
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