Restaurants in Eunice

$15 for $30 Worth of Soul Food for Dinner at The Table is Bread

The Table Is Bread

Greenwell Springs/Central

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

$30 $15

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$12 for $20 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Food for Dinner at Sushi Village

The Sushi Village

Baton Rouge

Entrees include a vegetable tempura, hibachi steak, and 47 classic and specialty rolls, such as the barbecue-eel sushi roll

$20 $12

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Southern Cuisine, or Dinner for Two or Four at Owens Grocery Market & Deli (Up to 50% Off)

Owens Grocery Market & Deli

Baton Rouge

Homestyle Southern dishes include fried chicken, meatloaf, and jambalaya

$10 $5.50

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$11 for $20 Worth of Cajun Cuisine at The Jambalaya Shoppe

The Jambalaya Shoppe

Mid City South

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

$20 $11

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Dinner for Two or Four or Catering from Restaurant IPO (50% Off)

Restaurant IPO

Downtown Baton Rouge

World cuisine with a southern Louisiana twist, such as fried jambalaya balls and duck confit glazed with sugar cane, plus muddled cocktails

$50 $25

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Mediterranean Cuisine at Cafe Delphi Greek and Lebanese Restaurant (Up to 40% Off). Three Options Available.

Cafe Delphi Greek & Lebanese

Multiple Locations

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

$20 $12

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Large Speciality and Regular Pizza with 2-Liter or Two Groupons, Each Good for $12 Worth of Pizza at Buck's Pizza

Buck's Pizza

5

Bite into a speciality pie, such as the bacon cheeseburger or Greek pizza, plus a large pizza with two toppings or pizzeria cuisine

$39 $20

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When Mike Kantrow founded his original sandwich shop in 1979, he thought the name Byron's looked too boring. So, as he explains on his restaurant's website, he scratched the s and added a z to the end, giving birth to both a local legend with the Big Byronz sandwich and a local controversy over how to pronounce "Byronz." "If you want clarification on how to say it," Mike explains, "don't ask me."

So while regulars may fight over phonetics, few argue over the flavors infused in Bistro Byronz's southern-styled bistro cuisine. Hearty entrees anchor both the lunch and dinner menus, inviting diners to dig into the roasted potatoes that flank a French-cut pork chop marinated in Abita root beer. Comfort dishes soothe the soul, such as tender pot roast that wades in creole gravy and the signature Byronz sandwich with three types of meat, cheeses, dressing, and black olives.

2605 Kaliste Saloom Rd
Lafayette,
LA
US

Long hailed for a mastery of ham far beyond the skills of mere mortal meat cookers, the meat mavens at HoneyBaked Ham have discovered the secret to cooking succulent, flavorful breasts of turkey (2.5 lbs. each). This juicy bird-based breakthrough is 90% fat-free and serves six to eight ravenous guests, making it a scrumptious centerpiece for family gatherings and game day parties. HoneyBaked Ham's suggested recipes increase turkey cooker IQs, helping stymied chefs explore new dishes such as smoked-turkey pizza and turkey tetrazzini, and saying sayonara to default entrees such as squashing the turkey meat into the shape of a racecar.

4400 Ambassador Caffery Pkwy
Lafayette,
LA
US

Tsubaki Hibachi Grill & Sushi's kitchen team sears, fries, and rolls traditional Japanese cuisine on hibachi griddles flanked by seated diners and cataloged on the menu. Sprung from hibachi grills into properly prepared mouths, shrimp ($22) and steak ($22) are scored on skill and landing by a judges' table of soup, house salad, and fried vegetables. Six slices of red snapper ($7)—one for each year it takes to crush a grape with a heavy thought—slink into ponzu sauce, and tofu, seaweed, and green onion soak in miso soup's ($3) soy-bean broth. Diners can also indulge palates' seafood predilections by imbibing the spicy tuna, crab, shrimp, cucumber, asparagus, and masago that unite as roommates in the Ricky roll ($10), an enfolded sheet of soy paper.

3564 Ambassador Caffery Pkwy
Lafayette,
LA
US

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.).

2021 Rees St
Breaux Bridge,
LA
US

At Bourbon Bistro and Bar, chef Michael Craft, a Baton Rouge native, marries his Cajun roots with his Texan cooking experience to cast a unique spin on the classic bistro. The French influence is hidden within such Cajun dishes as étouffée hash, po' boy sandwiches, and fried catfish. Roasted poblano peppers and regional spices add their kick to the crayfish étouffée and steal the spotlight in the pulled-pork nachos and quesadillas. Each of the chef’s creations is made with fresh, local ingredients and pairs well with the casual eatery's wide selection of bourbon.

1421 SE Evangeline Trwy.
Lafayette,
LA
US

With a commitment to flavorful, bayou-infused cuisine, Joe's Dreyfus Store Restaurant upholds the traditions of warmth and hospitality established during its past life as Civil War-era general store. A bevy of buxom burgers and poboys ($4.95–$13.95) sing a lunchtime siren's song that leaves taste buds enthralled. When Richter-level rumbles leave stomachs shaking from want, dinner options like the timelessly glamorous oysters Rockefeller ($12.95) or the 21-day aged filet mignon ($26.95) provide more replete repasts.

2731 Maringouin Road West
Livonia,
LA
US