Restaurant Week: Keeping Appetites and Wallets Satisfied
Event to benefit local restaurants, diners and Baton Rouge Food Bank
Baton Rouge, LA – Discover Baton Rouge’s finest restaurants for a fraction of the cost as DIG Magazine presents the 7th installment of Restaurant Week Baton Rouge. This event will showcase around 50 of the best dining establishments from all areas of the city during the week of January 18-23, 2016.
Diners will enjoy special 3-course menus at fixed prices from $15-$35 per person from some of the city’s best restaurants. With prices so desirable and food so delicious, picking a restaurant may seem like a dilemma. That’s why DIG Magazine provides www.EatBR.com – the ultimate one stop shop for all things restaurant week.
Eatbr.com provides a comprehensive restaurant list, price point breakdowns, pre-fixe menus, reservation tools and everything you need to dine out in the coming week. Links to restaurant websites and directions are also available on each page. If you’re feeling lucky, there is even a chance to win 5 dinners for 4 people, a $250 Whole Foods Market gift card, a Bite & Booze gift basket and a pair of The Texas Club tickets.
This bi-annual city-wide event offers more than delicious food and prices. On behalf of the diners, sponsors and participating restaurants, a donation of $5,000 will be gifted to the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank. These bi-annual donations are equivalent to 50,000 meals for those in need by year’s end.
“The Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank is excited for another installment of Restaurant Week. It’s great that the purveyors of fine cuisine in the Baton Rouge area are joining us to help put food on the table of so many in need in our area. Restaurant Week gives the community a chance to support and experience local restaurants while also lending support to the Food Bank and the hungry in the 11 parishes that we serve. The monies from Restaurant Week help provide meals to those most in need in our service area at a time when it is desperately needed.” said Mike Manning, president and chief executive officer of the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank.
Diners are encouraged to support the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank, as well as the local restaurant industry by dining at the following restaurants January 18-23, 2016: 18 Steak, Barcadia, Beausoleil Restaurant & Bar, Bin 77 Bistro & Wine, Bistro Byronz, Blend Wine Bar, Boil and Roux, Bonefish Grill, Cafe Americain, Camelot Club, Canefield Tavern, Capital City Grill, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Cheesecake Bistro by Copeland’s, City Cafe, City Pork Deli, City Pork Bar & Brasserie, Copeland’s of New Orleans, Doe’s Eat Place, Drusilla Seafood, French Market Bistro, Galatoire’s Bistro, Hello Sushi (Highland location), Juban’s, Kona Grill, Lucy’s, Mansur’s on the Boulevard, Marty J’s (Perkins location), Mestizo, Mike Anderson’s, Monjuni’s, Nino’s Italian, Portobello’s Grill (Bocage & George O’Neal locations), Ralph & Kacoo’s, Reginelli’s, Restaurant IPO, Rock-n-Sake, Stroubes Seafood & Steak, Sullivan’s Steakhouse, Tallulah Crafted Food & Wine Bar, Table Kitchen & Bar, The Londoner, The Melting Pot, Zea, Zorba’s Greek Bistro, Zoroona Mediterranean Grill.
Restaurant Week Baton Rouge, presented by DIG Magazine is made possible by sponsors and community partners including: Baton Rouge Food Bank, Bite & Booze, Capitol City Produce, Lamar, Louisiana Marathon, Louisiana Restaurant Association, Manda Fine Meats, Open Table, Republic National Distributing Company, Talk 107.3, The UPS Store, Tommy’s TV, Visit Baton Rouge, WAFB Channel 9, Whole Foods Market®, and Uber.