The owner of Drago’s Seafood Restaurant said his real estate partners have purchased property near the intersection of Interstate 10 and College Drive and he plans to open a location at the site in the fall.
“The Brisket Chronicles: How to Barbecue, Braise, Smoke, and Cure the World’s Most Epic Cut of Meat” by Steven Raichlen, Workman, $19.95, hardcover, 278 pages
City Group Hospitality, the restaurant group behind City Pork and City Slice, has found the chef to lead its upcoming Perkins Rowe restaurant.
The owners of popular bar and grill The Chimes are seeking a rezoning to allow for alcohol sales at a nearby building and property at LSU’s North Gates that the owners acquired as a real estate investment.
Golden Chick, a Texas-based chain that specializes in chicken tenders, is set to open its first Louisiana restaurant in Baton Rouge this fall.
What better way to celebrate that special guy in your life on Father’s Day than with a spread of delicious home-cooked food to fill his belly and please his taste buds. And why not make that food so it's also healthy for dear old day.
Amanda McCann doesn't really remember who in her family came up with the recipe for Hammers, the oh-so-delicious concoction that won first place in the Cocktails at Sunset contest sponsored by L'Auberge and The Advocate.
Movie Tavern by Marcus said it will upgrade theaters at its Citiplace in Baton Rouge and Covington properties by the end of this summer.
Leah Chase, one of New Orleans' most beloved public figures, died Saturday, according to a family spokesperson.
Leyah (Leah) Lange Chase, owner and chef of famed New Orleans restaurant Dooky Chase's and wife of the late Edgar L. "Dooky" Chase, died Saturday.
In New Orleans, Leah Chase has long been lauded as a leader, an inspiration, even an emblem of her city’s better self.
Developer Donnie Jarreau has purchased two Sammy’s Grill restaurant properties for $7.4 million and will lease them back to owner Sammy Nagem.
Cynthia Green believes the patrons of her restaurant, Owens Grocery & Market, benefit from taking the time out to enjoy a good meal.
The unique food monologue show, "Meanwhile, Back At Café Du Monde …," celebrates nine years of life stories about food at Mestizo’s Louisiana Mexican Restaurant on Sunday, June 9.
On the Gulf Coast, there’s no wrong way to eat an oyster, whether you like them raw, fried, chargrilled or a little fancied up — like oysters Rockefeller or Bienville.