While other restaurants are pulling back in these uncertain times of the coronavirus, Peter Sclafani is going full-speed ahead.
Registration is open for a Plant-Based & Heart Healthy cooking class offered by Red Stick Spice Co. at 6:30 p.m. July 8.
Our favorite home chef, Teresa Day, loves the farmers market, and can always be counted on to cook up something tasty with what she finds there.
Calling all wine connoisseurs, foodies, cheese enthusiasts and symphony lovers: the Baton Rouge Symphony will host its first Virtual Wine and Cheese Tasting Fundraiser at 6:30 p.m. July 30.
Michael Boudreaux will wait until Friday to make a decision on whether to keep Juban's Creole Restaurant open in July.
We are always — and I mean always — down for Mexican food. Quite often it comes from one of our favorite restaurants. And there's absolutely nothing wrong with that.
Need to do something special for that neighbor or family member who has been your biggest help during these trying days of the coronavirus?
Two popular Baton Rouge eatieries announced Tuesday they are temporarily closing because of issues related to the coronavirus pandemic.
For some restaurants, 50% capacity means just that, half the business they'd normally get, but many are building momentum upward of 75% to meet Baton Rouge's pent-up desire to dine out.
Need a quick dinner? This one comes together fast and is tasty way to enjoy steak with a salad that's a little different.
After a few years of unpredictable oven temperatures and nearly singeing off my eyebrows a couple of times while lighting the stove top, I decided the old dragon had burned its last dish. Our new range was delivered last week, and I couldn’t wait …
You might notice the photo that accompanies this recipe is not your usual styled-to-perfection kind of shot. Reader Laura Broussard Duhe sent it to us along with a recipe that hadn't seen the light of print in many years.
As managing partner of four restaurants, Michael Boudreaux would like nothing better than to see things go back to how they were before the coronavirus pandemic put a stranglehold on the industry.
This Sunday, we'll be celebrating dad, and Baton Rouge area restaurants are looking to make Father's Day special.
Chef Peter Sclafani has purchased a 50% stake in the three Portobello’s Grill locations and P-Beau’s in Denham Springs.
Phase 2 in the state's reopening plan begins Friday, meaning our restaurants can increase their dining capacity to 50%.