Main Event Entertainment is set to open its first Louisiana location about a month from now at the Mall of Louisiana.
Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers introduced a new design prototype to its Louisiana market Tuesday with the opening of its first Walker location.
Hotel restaurants typically fall into one of two categories: separate entities with waitstaff and a full menu or counter-based service with limited offerings. The former is designed to be enjoyed by hotel guests and could appeal to passersby. The …
“Incredible Vegan Ice Cream: Decadent, All-Natural Flavors Made with Coconut Milk” by Deena Jalal, $21.99, Page Street Publishing Co., 152-page paperback
Four summers ago, Maria A. Finley, a Louisiana attorney, packed her things and was prepared to move to Washington, D.C. Her children had all grown up, and she was ready for a fresh start.
Fiery Crab opened its first location in March 2018 in Lafayette, and in just about a year, the seafood restaurant opened a second location on Siegen Lane in Baton Rouge.
Editor's note: Columnist Holly Clegg, who has been battling stomach cancer, has entered hospice care. However, she has no plans to discontinue her column at this time. "My wish is to keep sharing my recipes. It's my passion."
“Buttermilk & Bourbon: New Orleans Recipes with a Modern Flair” by Jason Santos, Page Street Publishing Co., 192 pages, paperback, $21.99
Advocate food columnist Holly Clegg, who has been battling stomach cancer and has now entered hospice care, has started a fund to raise money for gastric cancer research.
The LSU campus-area dive Bogie's Bar is closing after 25 years. On Tuesday, the bar at 705 E. Boyd Drive posted on Instagram that Saturday, July 6, would be its final night and it would "be shutting down to work on revamping the Bogie's experience."
Sarah Joy Hays found a love for baking when she worked at Pennsylvania State University, mentoring freshmen and regularly hosting students.
Anyone who has been in Baton Rouge for more than a few months has likely visited or at least heard about City Pork restaurants, whether it’s City Pork Brasserie and Bar, the LSU location or one of the associated restaurants, City Slice and Rouj Creole.
Massive firework displays, cookouts, live music, parades — there are a lot of ways the Baton Rouge area celebrates the Fourth of July.
Charlie Valluzzo has gone from “Look for the Golden Arches" to “I'm lovin' it" during his almost 60 years with McDonald's.
After New Orleans chef Leah Chase died on June 1, thousands turned out to mourn her. Those who didn’t know Mrs. Chase personally knew of her. Those of us lucky to know her loved her.
When you try a new recipe and it flubs, do you assume you did something wrong? Or, do you consider the possibility the mistake is in the recipe?
The Shrimp Basket, an Alabama-based seafood chain, has closed both of its Baton Rouge locations after less than two years in business.
After undergoing treatment for stomach cancer for 10 months, The Advocate columnist and best-selling cookbook author Holly Clegg is entering hospice care.
A new music and food festival with a Texas borderlands style will join downtown Baton Rouge's bustling festival schedule on Saturday.
The Porch Light Grill sounds like it would be a homey, family-type restaurant — and that's true on both counts.
After a few years of trying to grow a garden while ignoring it at the same time, I’ve given the job over to my husband. I should have done that a long time ago.
Triplet's Blue Store has purchased a former Circle K building on Jones Creek Road with plans to build one of its popular chicken wing restaurants at the site.
Sarah Liberta, an herb and culinary expert, will speak about harvesting and preserving herbs at the Thursday meeting of the Herb Society of America-Baton Rouge Unit.
A group that will serve as a landlord for Baton Rouge’s first Drago’s Seafood Restaurant paid $2.5 million for a former CD and DVD store near the Interstate 10-College Drive intersection.
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.
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City Group Hospitality, the restaurant group behind City Pork and City Slice, has found the chef to lead its upcoming Perkins Rowe restaurant.