Acme Oyster House has been open since 1910 and doesn’t plan to stop serving food any time soon. Make sure you order some delicious ice-cold oysters. Customers rave about the tenderness and taste of the oysters. The Louisiana oysters are fresh and hand-shucked. They can be served cold in a half shell, chargrilled, or golden fried. For customers who don’t feel like eating oysters, Acme Oyster House serves New Orleans classics such as red beans and rice, seafood gumbo, and jambalaya. The chef ensures each meal is seasoned to perfection.
3535 Perkins Rd, Baton Rouge, LA, USA +1 225 906 2372
Executive chefs Brad Andries and Mark Reilly bring upscale Southern dining to Baton Rouge with Stroubes Seafood and Steaks. The seafood and steak menu is the model of culinary perfection. Their delectable variety of crab claws, mussels, oysters, escargots, baby back ribs, green tomatoes, lamb, and tuna can satisfy any taste. Local ingredients are incorporated into each dish and into their cocktails. Stroubes Seafood and Steaks is proud to cater for weddings, banquets and graduations.
107 3rd St, Baton Rouge, LA, USA +1 225 448 2830
The Little Village is famous for its bread – customers rave about the bread and its freshness. The Italian sesame loaf is baked fresh to order. Once it is removed from the oven, it is placed on a platter, brushed with olive oil, and coated with Romano cheese. The bread is served with a side of olive tapannade. 225 Magazine named their bread the ‘Best Bread in Baton Rouge’. Other than this, The Little Village serves prime steaks and Louisiana seafood favorites. Visitors can enjoy amazing food in the restaurant’s intimate atmosphere.
447 3rd St, Baton Rouge, LA, USA +1 225 218 6685