Louisiana Style, Creole and Cajun Food

Feb 25, 2018

Creole and Cajun Food goes hand and hand with Baton Rouge. We have a wealth of wonderful seafood and traditional restaurants. Here we list local favorites that will really spark your senses.

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  • Bergeron's Boudin and Cajun Meats - The name says it all. Fine quality cajun meats, boudin, tasso, hog head cheese, plate lunches and more. Worth the short drive to Port Allen.

  • Bistro Byronz - Great for a quick lunch or a relaxing dinner. New Orleans flair in Mid-City Baton Rouge.

  • Capital City Grill - Louisiana style seafood entrees and all-american favorites.

  • Cheesecake Bistro by Copelands - One of the most popular restaurants in town has taken their culinary innovation to the next level with a re-opening.

  • City Cafe - One of Baton Rouge's best local corner restaurants located in the South East part of town.

  • Copelands of Baton Rouge - Actually of New Orleans but in Baton Rouge. Unique New Orleans style cuisine.

  • Dempsey's Poboys - Serving up Louisiana style favorites.

  • Drusilla Seafood - Southern hospitality and Louisiana style seafood, steaks and cajun creations.

  • French Market Bistro - The art of fine food near the Country Club of Louisiana on HIghland Road. Louisiana style cuisine.

  • Harrington's Cafe - An excellent Louisiana style cafe serving lunches to Downtown Baton Rouge.

  • Hill Top Inn - Hidden out on the Diversion Canal in nearby Maurepas in Livingston parish it's great for Louisiana style dishes.

  • Jasmines On the Bayou - Just take a look at their menu and the Louisiana style flavor will pop out at you. Great food in the Shenandoah area.

  • Juban's Creole Dining - A very fine Creole dining experience. One of the must visit venues in Baton Rouge.

  • Kevin's Cajun Seafood - Excellent seafood restaurant out in Maurpas on the Diversion Canal. Easily one of the best in South Louisiana.

  • Le Creole Baton Rouge - An upscale cajun/creole style dining experience in South East Baton Rouge.

  • Louisiana Lagniappe - A little something extra. A local favorite for Louisiana style cajun creations, wine and dining.

  • Mike Anderson's Seafood - Features a wide variety of Louisiana style seafood creations and steaks.

  • On The Half Shell - Features great grilled oysters, seafood and Cajun dishes.

  • Parrain's Seafood Restaurant - Serving up Louisiana style seafood creations. Experience the great tastes of South Louisiana in mid-city.

  • Rocco's Poboys - A new orleans style restaurant that specializes in creating the perfect poboy.

  • Sammy's Grill - A long time Baton Rouge favorite. Excellent boiled seafood and Louisiana style dishes.

  • The Chimes - The Original restaurant right outside of LSU's north gates.

  • The Chimes East - A great tap room and restaurant in the South East area of Baton Rouge.

  • Tommy's Fish House - A great seafood market and restaurant. Some of the best boiled seafood in South Baton Rouge. Shrimp and Grits is awesome here.

  • Tony's Seafood - Well known for their excellent Louisiana seafood. Especially boiled and live crawfish, crabs and shrimp.

  • Uncle O's - Some of the best seafood in town. Also probably the best lunch specials in town.

  • Val's Marina - The freshest Louisiana style restaurant in the most authentic setting you'll find in the heart of Livingston parish.

  • Zea Rotisserie Grill - Excellent New Orleans style restaurant situated in Town Center.