Beer, Wine & Spirits in Ruston


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  • Chianti Restaurant
    One of the highest-rated Italian restaurants in Shreveport, Chianti Restaurant offers a classy vibe with a phenomenal menu that features steak. It's a culinary destination for visitors interested in excellent food. In addition to its outdoor seating, most people will claim that the restaurant's also defined by its pasta dishes and fresh seafood. According to most guests, dressy attire is recommended. Also, though it's a bit on the pricey side, you're going to get what you pay for. For those keeping an eye on their diet, the robust menu features items that are gluten-free, healthy, low-fat, and vegetarian. Plus, it's been tabbed as a nice option for both large groups and families with children. In addition to its convenient take-out offerings, the restaurant even provides catering for events around town. Or, if you just want to pop in for a beverage, the restaurant does have a pretty decent selection at its bar. When you add everything up, chances are you won't walk away from Chianti Restaurant disappointed. In addition to valet, visitors do have access to a private parking lot nearby.
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    6535 Line Ave
    Shreveport, LA US
  • Landry Vineyards
    Jeff and Libby Landry, along with their four sons, began their journey in the wine industry when they planted Blanc Du Bois, a disease-resistant French/American wine grape, in Folsom in 1999. The Landry’s worked with another winery to produce the wine, and Landry Vineyards was licensed in 2002. Jeff and Libby then began to sell the wine at farmers markets and arts and craft shows throughout southeast Louisiana. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina provided the opportunity for the Landry family to move to better growing conditions in West Monroe, where their vineyards and winery have enjoyed a great deal of success. Landry Vineyards produces a wide range of wines including clean crisp dry white wines, barrel-aged dry red wines, semi-sweet fruit wines, and even Louisiana cultural muscadine wines. In addition to their love of the wine industry, the Landry family is passionate about serving their community and visitors.
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    5699 New Natchitoches Rd
    West Monroe, LA US
  • Allbritton's Cake House and Catering
    Swing by Allbritton's Cake House and Catering for a quick sandwich and side of chips. Treat yourself to a healthy lunch or dinner at Allbritton's Cake House and Catering. Leave the suit and tie at home — Allbritton's Cake House and Catering is business casual all the way. Catering makes it easier to organize any event, and Allbritton's Cake House and Catering will ensure that it is delicious. Allbritton's Cake House and Catering is just steps away from a parking lot. A typical meal at Allbritton's Cake House and Catering will set you back less than $30.
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    3620 Cypress St
    West Monroe, LA US
  • Daiquiri Express
    At Daiquiri Express, rows upon rows of endlessly rotating machines churn out icy, alcohol-laden daiquiris the same way they have for 25 years. Fruity flavors such as margarita, vodka freeze, and white russian pour out of nozzles and into foam cups, which can be ordered to-go. For large gatherings, Daiquiri Express also slings gallon-sized servings.
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    1205 Shreveport Barksdale Highway
    Shreveport, LA US
  • Independence Bowl
    The AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl, named as a tribute to the military presence in the Shreveport-Bossier City area, pits pigskin players from the Atlantic Coast Conference against their Mountain West Conference counterparts in a hard-hitting college football matchup. For this year's game, the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (6-6) will take on the Air Force Falcons (8-4) in a battle between the two of the nation's best rushing attacks. Watch elusive Georgia Tech running back Anthony Allen try to outgain Air Force running back Asher Clark, who's been equipped by the military with helicopter blades to glide over Georgia Tech's linebackers. With a south end-zone seat, you'll watch the game from the quarterback?s perspective, without having the responsibility of leading offensive plays or maneuvering gracefully in shoulder pads.
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    401 South Market Street
    Shreveport, LA US
  • Mudbug Madness Festival
    Since 1984, Shreveport has paid tribute to a cherished Louisiana tradition—the crawfish boil—with its annual Mudbug Madness Festival. As many as 56,000 people flock each day to what has blossomed into one of the state’s most popular Cajun festivals, where they nosh on succulent seafood and compete in crawfish-eating contests that encourage participants to test their stomach size and sabotage their opponents by sneaking lobsters into their bowls. “One year, we had a man eat 42 pounds of crawfish in 30 minutes,” marvels festival coordinator Melanie. “We’ve cut it down to 15 minutes since then.” In addition to eating crustaceans, attendees can also lure them across the stage during crawdad-calling contests. “It gets really lively,” Melanie says, describing how the sirens-in-training are allowed to do nearly anything they can think of to entice the crawfish into their reach. Cajun, zydeco, and jazz tunes waft through the air during the festivities, emanating from three stages helmed by headliners such as Wayne Toups, Rockin’ Dopsie, Jr., Super Water Sympathy, and Windstorm. The rhythms reach the ears of shoppers browsing original artwork and handmade jewelry in the arts area, expanded after previous years' success. On Thursday, local athletes can work up an appetite in the 5K race. Children of all ages burn off energy in the kids' area, where they can somersault in the bounce house, tackle art projects, or plop down in front of a stage where magicians and storytellers keep their young minds off the uncertain fate of lollipop futures.
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    101 Crockett St, Festival Plaza
    Shreveport, LA US

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