Popular restaurants in Baton Rouge

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Ruth's Chris Steak House - Baton Rouge
Steakhouse | Baton Rouge
Tsunami Shaw Center - Baton Rouge
Sushi | Baton Rouge
Texas de Brazil - Baton Rouge
Steakhouse | Baton Rouge
GW Fins
Seafood | French Quarter
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Ruth's Chris Steak House - Baton Rouge1. Ruth's Chris Steak House - Baton Rouge
1023 reviews
Steakhouse | Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge

Special attention since a birthday. Numerous understated best wishes snd special dessert. More

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Tio Javi's Fresh-Mex Bar & Grill2. Tio Javi's Fresh-Mex Bar & Grill
8 reviews
Mexican | Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge

Freshest food ever served Great Service Highly recommend More

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Latil's Landing Restaurant3. Latil's Landing Restaurant
126 reviews
Creole / Cajun / Southern | Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge

Birthday celebration for our son. Great drinks, great wine. As usual, the food was great. My pumpkin soup could have been warmer. Three out of four ate the lamb chops. Fantastic is the word. Choc. Dessert was good, coffee was hot and strong. Our waiter was attentive. Place was busy. He had the room to serve. Still did a great job. More

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Tsunami - Lafayette4. Tsunami - Lafayette
326 reviews
Sushi | Lafayette, Lafayette

I had lunch with some friends. We tried a few new rolls. A great meal, as always. Service was attentive and excellent More

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Antoni's Italian Cafe5. Antoni's Italian Cafe
39 reviews
Italian | Lafayette, Lafayette

Levi and his staff are awesome! Good food, service at a reasonable price! More

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Discover Baton Rouge

Not far from the Gulf of Mexico, Vermillion River, and Atchafalaya Swamp is Lafayette, Louisiana. The town's closeness to these bodies of water makes fresh-water fish and seafood among the most popular foods. Restaurants in Lafayette specialize in Cajun and Creole styles of cooking, which were originated by the people who settled here generations ago. Cajun classics like gumbo, red beans and rice, and po'boys are all popular. In Lafayette, you'll also find classic American burgers and Southern dishes like chicken-fried steak. Be sure to try beignets, a deep-fried Louisiana pastry. Topped with powdered sugar or served with dipping sauces, these are eaten for breakfast and dessert.