There are 53 varieties of beer on tap at Mid City Beer Garden, but don't let that fool you.
The next few weeks are all about wine, as everyone from the zoo to fine dining restaurants to an Italian market bring on the vino.
Tickets are on sale for the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra's "Beethoven's Seventh" concert at 7:30 p.m. April 23 at Istrouma Baptist Church, 10500 Sam Rushing Drive. Earl Lee will conduct. Along with Beethoven's "Symphony No. 7," the program will …
A new reality show featuring Raising Cane’s founder Todd Graves helping family-owned restaurants hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic debuts on the Discovery+ streaming channel Thursday.
A few days ago, Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream released Strawberry Pretzel Pie ice cream "specially made for Dolly Parton."
This is not really a recipe you follow to the letter. It's more like a delicious way to use crawfish boil leftovers.
The Baton Rouge Epicurean Society will host its first Spring Fete from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. April 18 at Houmas House and Gardens, 40136 La. 942, Darrow.
South Louisiana is lucky to be home to lots of good farms. Here's your chance to visit a few and get a closer look at where our food comes from.
After a one-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Southeastern Louisiana University Department of Music and Performing Arts in Hammond will present the 20th annual Bill Evans Jazz Festival April 14-17, honoring one of its most notable alumni.
New food truck Chicky Sandos, 10625 Airline Highway, is cooking up Nashville-style hot chicken in the Baton Rouge area.
Crust Pizza Co., a fast-casual dining concept that serves house-made, thin crust pizza and made-fresh menu items, has announced the signing of a two new franchise leases in Lafayette and Moss Bluff.
There are those who want the full bacon-and-eggs treatment for breakfast. Others are happy to nibble their way through a breakfast bar, washing it down with a big mug of coffee.
One of six children born and raised in Baton Rouge, S. Gary Polozola grew up with an appreciation of his faith, family and food all wrapped in a Sicilian tradition.
When MJ's Cafe owner Mary-Brennan Faucheux decided to announce her pregnancy, she did it in the most chef-like way: with food.
This coconut confection is my family's "special occasion" cake. I whip it up for birthdays, Christmas and, of course, Easter.
The Donaldsonville Downtown Development District announced on its Facebook page that Reagan Katz and Irasema Katz have launched plans to open La Cocina Mexitalia Cuisine in the old Matassa Variety Store building on Railroad Avenue.
When I’m cooking a classic Louisiana dish, I feel like I've taken a step back in time. It has something to do with the way the aroma of the dish fills my house.
We know, we know. Lent is supposed to be a time of sacrifice, with many people abstaining from eating meat. But for us, this is when local restaurants serve up some of the best in Louisiana seafood and get really inventive with vegetable dishes.
The first brick-and-mortar location for Rock Paper Taco is still a couple of weeks away from opening, but owner Josh Duke is already making plans for a second restaurant and eventually looking toward a third one.
The Yard Milkshake Bar, which serves over-the-top dairy treats topped with everything from Girl Scout cookies to doughnuts, is set to open its first Louisiana location in the Highland Park Marketplace.
The star of this dish is the sauce. Spicy, sweet and packed with flavor, it turns chicken into a wonderful meal.
"The Veganish Cookbook — Simple, Delicious Plant-Based Recipes & Resources for Everyone” by Nettye Johnson; NJ Publishing; 158 pages
There's a buzz at Hive Pizza, and it's not just about bees. It's the buzz of community, the driving force behind one of Baton Rouge's newest eateries.
Spring is a couple of weeks away, and the crawfish are starting to come in. And you know what that means — crawfish boils galore.
Bumsteers, a Perkins Road Overpass hamburger restaurant, has closed and will be replaced with a new concept being developed by Soji owner Chase Lyons.
The state moved back into Phase 3 of the coronavirus restrictions Wednesday, but most business owners said they don’t see it making much of an impact on their operations, despite guidelines being the loosest they’ve been in nearly a year.
The icy winter weather beat down a lot of the fruits and vegetables we usually enjoy this time of year. Thankfully, some sweet strawberries made it to the farmers market.