Food & Drink in Baton Rouge

Half Off Gourmet Cookies from Lady Fortunes 

Lady Fortunes

Online Deal

$30 $15

Hand-iced cookie bouquets, giant fortune cookies, and dipped Oreos are favorites among Lady Fortune’s celebrity clientele

$5 for Frozen Treats at TCBY


Multiple Locations

$10 $5

Fro-yo flavors such as chocolate mousse, greek honey, and strawberry pair with toppings such as Heath pieces, mixed nuts, and blueberries

50% Off Cupcakes at Frosted Cupcakes–Baton Rouge

Frosted Cupcakes


$18 $9

Cupcakes in flavors such as Cookie Deaux, PB Cup, and The Proposal are baked fresh daily

Half Off Personalized M&M'S from

Online Deal

$30 $15

Create personalized M&M’S party favors and gifts for birthdays, weddings, graduations, Mother's Day, baby showers, and more

$11 for Treats at Sweet Frog Premium Frozen Yogurt

Sweet Frog Frozen Yogurt

College Drive/Perkins

$20 $11

75 frozen-yogurt flavor combinations such as cake batter, original tart, and cookies ‘n’ cream

50%Off Soul Food at The Table is Bread

The Table Is Bread

Greenwell Springs/Central

$30 $15

Potato stuffed with shrimp, crawfish, and crab; fried catfish with hush puppies; sautéed boudin balls

Up to 50% Off at Owens Grocery Market & Deli

Owens Grocery Market & Deli

Baton Rouge

$10 $5.50

Homestyle Southern dishes include fried chicken, meatloaf, and jambalaya

Up to 50% Off at Breck's Bistro & Pasta Bar

Breck's Bistro & Pasta Bar

Burbank Drive at Tiger Stadium

$25 $13

Casual restaurant serves Italian cuisine with a southern twist, including pastas, sandwiches, and salads

45% Off Cajun Food at The Jambalaya Shoppe

The Jambalaya Shoppe

Mid City South

$20 $11

Crawfish etuoffe, gumbo, slow-cooked red beans and sausage over rice, and more

Up to 50% Off Cupcakes and Desserts


Baton Rouge

$5 $2.75

Desserts include 100 varieties of cupcakes, such as alcohol-infused Booze Belles, along with bundt cakes and pralines

Great American Cookies – 50% Off Cookie Cake

Great American Cookies

Multiple Locations

$27.99 $14

Chefs at the Entrepreneur magazine–lauded bakery craft cookie cakes from a generations-old recipe and decorate them by hand

Mike Epps — Up to 48% Off Comedy

Mike Epps

Baton Rouge River Center Arena

$48 $25


Seen in The Hangover and on HBO's Def Comedy Jam, standup Mike Epps brings out the humor in topics such as race and politics

Up to 50% Off at Cafe Delphi Greek and Lebanese Restaurant

Cafe Delphi Greek and Lebanese Restaurant

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

Mediterranean entrees include grilled meat kebabs, fresh seafood, and veggie-studded pasta

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A homegrown success story with a slew of awards and nearly 40 years of history, Popeyes has introduced its menu of Louisiana eats to taste seekers around the globe. Rather than downloading low-quality, unsatisfying meals through the Internet, packs can pick up Popeyes’ family-style meals, pairing eight pieces of Cajun fried chicken with four buttermilk biscuits and a side of award-winning rice and beans ($16.99). A po boy stuffed with crunchy shrimp ($3.49) makes a splash in lunchboxes, and chicken nuggets ($2.49 for six pieces) surf into mouths on waves of refreshing sweet tea ($2.99/gal.).

14575 Wax Rd
Baton Rouge,

We are a food and drink stand. A relaxed place to go get some fresh fish tacos, snowballs and such.

1576 Oneal Ln
Baton Rouge,

Reginelli’s Pizzeria merges a menu of traditional Italian fare with casual, modern décor to forge an Old World dining experience for contemporary feasters. Hand-tossed by a crust master upon request, the Classic Combo pizza bursts forth from kitchens crowned with a panoply of pepperoni and italian sausage, a scepter of fresh veggies, and a gooey cloak of mozzarella ($11.95 for 10”, $16.75 for 14”). The Smokin’ Chicken pie honors its piquant namesake by pairing a spicy smoked-tomato sauce with marinated chicken breast, pancetta, and a snapshot of George Clooney in a chicken suit ($11.95 for 10”, $16.75 for 14”). The Uptowner sandwich’s melty mélange of smoked turkey breast, provolone, and hot-pepper relish ($8.25) proudly represents Reginelli’s focaccia-based capital alongside The Downtowner’s posse of Italian meats, mozzarella, and kalamata-olive pesto ($8.25). Diners can deploy forks into the lush forestry of a refreshing Chicken Salad ($9.75) or navigate the tortellini trees sprouting across the Shrimp Forrest’s loch of spicy red-pepper-cream sauce ($12.50).

124 W Chimes St
Baton Rouge,

Cafe Americain mollifies grumbling bellies with a generous menu of Southern comfort fare, crafted from award-winning family recipes. A plate of shrimp Orleans ($15.99) supports two crabmeat-stuffed shrimp, which roll themselves into thinly sliced catfish fillets before a brief dip in the deep fryer leaves them pining for a bath of brandy tarragon sauce. For carboholics, a create-your-own-pasta option ($8.99+) invites culinary creativity by presenting patrons with a choice of four pastas, ten vegetables, and three meats––a roster that offers up the potential for no less than 26,000 possible combinations. Furl tongues around a side order of sweet-potato hush puppies ($1.99 for 3; $3.50 for 6) to augment an entree, or set them loose to keep fried catfish fingers ($8.50) from sneaking bites of a fried oyster poboy sandwich ($9.50). An egg-centric brunch menu ($7.99–$10.99) is also available, and it curbs Sunday-morning stomach pains with a satisfying smattering of Southern-inspired classics, including a breakfast quesadilla with grits and smoked gouda ($8.99) and hash browns spiced with jalapeños and bacon ($3.99).

7521 Jefferson Hwy
Baton Rouge,

The popular sandwich franchise offers an expansive selection of speedy snacks, including soups and salads. For a trimmer take, try a Torpedo or Bullet ($3–$4), where longer, leaner baguettes get packed with yummy stuffings, such as mozzarella, turkey, and basil pesto in the Pesto Turkey or heaping stacks of meat (ham, salami, capicola, pepperoni) in the Italian. Other sliced bread standouts include sammies (flat bread), signature subs, and classic subs. View a complete menu here.

3225 La Highway 1 S
Port Allen,

Brennan Ledet experienced one of the rarest anomalies in the known universe—he met someone who had never heard of a taco. He realized with a shudder of terror that this might not be as unusual as it sounds in certain areas dominated by Cajun traditions. After working for a Mexican restaurant with owners who were too afraid to embrace actual Mexican cuisine lest it frighten the locals, he decided to take matters into his own hands. In 2011, he opened up his own restaurant that would appease residents with traditional Cajun fare while introducing them to the exotic flavors of Mexico.

At Taco Boudreaux, Ledet and his culinary team incorporates local produce and seafood into the menu of Cajun Tac-Eauxs, which boasts fried catfish, gator, oysters, or shrimp topped with housemade rémoulade, pico de gallo, and jalapeño peppers. They continue the Cajun-Mexican fusion in their étouffée burrito and the carne asada po-boy sandwich, which they serve with shoestring fries. Bartenders, meanwhile, can complement meals with domestic and Mexican beers and specialty cocktails, such as the Mardi Gras margarita, whose secret blend of purple juices and spirits are shaken by a parade marshal before being poured into a glass rimmed in king cake sugar.

Sombreros decorate both the dining-room walls and the vintage pickup truck outside on the lawn, which flaunts a hand-painted portrait of Taco Boudreaux’s sombrero-wearing shrimp mascot.

2628 S Sherwood Forest Blvd
Baton Rouge,