"If you’ve never heard of the word “lagniappe,” it means “a little something extra,” and it’s the perfect way to describe Louisiana Lagniappe’s menu. Though it first opened its doors in Destin, Florida, the owners decided to move back to the homeland in order to serve its city proud. The menu features countless Louisiana favorites with something more to offer."
"For the very best seafood Baton Rouge has to offer, make your way to Louisiana Lagniappe Restaurant. In terms of food, service, value, and atmosphere, it’s hard to pick a fault. With its byline of fine dining, New Orleans style, it’s warm, inviting, and as perfect for special occasions as it is for cozy mid-week “dinner and drinks” with friends."
"Since opening in 2015, Roux 61 has become a crowd favorite amongst seafood and steak lovers. Roux 61 is known for perfecting the Louisiana seafood classics, while also giving you a whole new flavor experience. If you’re looking for something unique, have a go at the Shrimp & Alligator Cheesecake or the Seafood Muffaletta."
"Counter Culture Frozen Yogurt has been a Baton Rouge staple since it first opened its doors in 1977. They offer creative and mouth-watering flavors, including Toasted Coconut, Georgia Peach, and Green Tea. We recommend mixing one of their daily flavors in with a sundae, like the Humphrey Yogart, which is a sundae topped with bananas, strawberries, grapes, granola, and honey."
"You can literally use your spare change here since everything on the breakfast menu is under $5. They offer savory and sweet options, to satisfy your meat-loving and low-cal fresh fruit needs. Average meal price: $3"