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Ruth's Chris Steak House - Baton Rouge
(388)
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Steakhouse | Baton Rouge
Shaya
(1074)
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Israeli | Uptown
GW Fins
(1899)
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Seafood | French Quarter
Willa Jean
(713)
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Southern | Central Business District
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Crawfish Town USA
Crawfish Town USA
(14)
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Seafood | Broussard, Lafayette

First, the hostess accommodated us with a table of preference. We had boiled crawfish. The crawfish came to the table piping hot, perfectly seasoned, large in size and perfectly cooked; tender and easy to peel. Our server was attentive and pleasant. :-) More

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Poor Boy's Riverside Inn
Poor Boy's Riverside Inn
(194)
$$$$
Cajun | Broussard, Lafayette

This is our very favorite place for an excellent meal. The food is consistently delicious no matter what you order. Wait staff is very accommodating. Our table was elegantly set and waiting for us when we arrived. Took our whole family out and thoroughly enjoyed our evening from appetizer to coffee and dessert, which is not to be missed. Can't wait for our next trip! More

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Discover Broussard

Locals and tourists alike can enjoy Broussard's cuisine for its Cajun cooking and Creole flavor. Broussard, located in the middle of Cajun country, is a prime spot to sample authentic Louisiana dishes like Jambalaya and banana pudding. Check out the gumbo served at Broussard's neighborhood hotspots, spiced with okra and filled with seafood or sausage. But it's not just Cajun and Creole dishes on offer: the town's German heritage brings schnitzel and sauerkraut to the table. Brunches reflect French influences, with a spread of omelets, crunchy hash browns and, of course, French toast. Because this is Louisiana, you'll also find Creole breakfast casserole and Andouille sausage on the menu.

Discover Broussard

Locals and tourists alike can enjoy Broussard's cuisine for its Cajun cooking and Creole flavor. Broussard, located in the middle of Cajun country, is a prime spot to sample authentic Louisiana dishes like Jambalaya and banana pudding. Check out the gumbo served at Broussard's neighborhood hotspots, spiced with okra and filled with seafood or sausage. But it's not just Cajun and Creole dishes on offer: the town's German heritage brings schnitzel and sauerkraut to the table. Brunches reflect French influences, with a spread of omelets, crunchy hash browns and, of course, French toast. Because this is Louisiana, you'll also find Creole breakfast casserole and Andouille sausage on the menu.