A new cafe and bar serving craft coffee, gourmet beignets and cocktails is planning to open this fall downtown at the corner of Third and Laurel streets.
“Milk & Cardamom: Spectacular Cakes, Custards and More, Inspired by the Flavors of India” by Hetal Vasavanda, Page Street Publishing, 176 pages, paperback, $21.99
Chris Motto, executive chef at Mansurs on the Boulevard, will lead the culinary team for the 2019 March of Dimes Signature Chefs Auction from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1, at Embassy Suites by Hilton in Baton Rouge.
Heirloom Cuisine and Greenwood Plantation will present a whiskey tasting from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20, at the plantation in St. Francisville.
If a menu is executed well, a restaurant doesn't have to reinvent the wheel. A fresh dish that tastes great is sometimes all it takes.
LSU may be squaring up against Texas on the football field this weekend, but Baton Rouge's Tin Roof Brewing is reaching across the bar to make a collaborative beer with The Austin Beer Garden Brewing.
“Bigger Bolder Baking: A Fearless Approach to Baking Anytime, Anywhere” by Gemma Stafford, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 320 pages, hardcover, $30
Big River Economic and Agricultural Development Alliance, also known as BREADA, will launch Farm Fête, a new signature fundraising event on Thursday, Sept. 19.
When Jacques Rodrigue and his wife, Mallory Page, go out to dinner with friends, they typically begin their meal with a burger for the table.
When it opened in April, Bumsteers garnered local buzz for its sleek rooftop bar, an impressive spot in the Perkins Road overpass area to meet for drinks and play a game of foosball or extra large Jenga.
“The New Pie: Modern Techniques for the Classic American Dessert” by Chris Taylor and Paul Arguin, Clarkson Potter, 272 pages, hardcover, $30
The long-awaited Main Event family entertainment center, which will feature a bowling alley, scores of the latest video games, a laser tag arena and a full bar and restaurant is opening Wednesday afternoon at the Mall of Louisiana.
Sipping on a syrupy, cold sno-ball beneath the shade of a massive live oak is one of the most memorable ways to beat the south Louisiana summer heat.
Editor's note: Columnist Holly Clegg, who has been battling stomach cancer, has entered hospice care. However, she plans to continue her column at this time.
For an easy-to-make, delicious after-school treat or sweet nibble to serve with coffee or tea, try Carita’s Butter Cookies.
Baton Rouge-based Walk-On's Bistreaux & Bar said it has opened five new restaurants across three states during the first half of 2019 and on track to open eight more by the end of the year.
For around 50 years, the Hawk's Nest found success by focusing on being a simple, good, neighborhood-style restaurant. Although, having a raved about shrimp rémoulade dish didn't hurt, either.