The Mid City spot is a hidden gem at lunchtime, with a chance to pick up something from the four-item sandwich menu—and dinner while you’re at it.
The steak and frites at Bin 77 is the perfect meal on a chilly January afternoon while those still sticking with their New Year’s resolutions should consider the Thai salad, which can be ordered as either a side or as an entrée.
Leola’s Café and Coffee House has become one of Mid City’s go-to brunch spots, luring diners with a vibrant breakfast and brunch menu and generous patio dining.
Mama's pot roast is a longtime favorite for those dining at the Stephanie Phares-owned Zeeland Street Market, off Perkins Road, near the Garden District.
Though Bistro Byronz has been a Mid City staple since 2005, its new location inside Square 46 has the best of the old with new menu items.
JED's Local, owned by Russell Davis, serves classic and upmarket po'boys as well as salads and seafood platters.
Wanting to bring Tokyo authenticity to Baton Rouge, Patrick Wong opened Boru Ramen in Mid City's Electric Depot.
SoLou has been a magnet for diners looking for casual Creole fare since opening in March off Perkins Road.
Business Lunch: Bin 77 & Sidebar, located in Perkins Rowe, not only has a wide selection of wines, but also offers a variety of light meals.
Business Lunch: Rouj Creole, on Bluebonnet Boulevard, targets a lunch crown with its chargrilled fresh fish special, but charbroiled oysters are also popular.
Business Lunch: Soji, a contemporary, Pan-Asian restaurant, has taken advantage of its Mid City location and increased interest in global cuisine.
Business Lunch: Kalurah Street Grill, under the Perkins Road Overpass, features contemporary American cuisine and its signature spicy fried chicken.
Business Lunch: Pizza Byronz, located in Willow Grove, offers pizza three ways as well as pasta, sandwiches and its popular burgers.
Business Lunch: Eliza Restaurant, on Jefferson Highway, features a Modern Creole cuisine, highlighting seasonal and local ingredients.
Business Lunch: Mansurs on the Boulevard, on Corporate Blvd., has been a business lunch haven for decades, drawing executives for quiet client gatherings.
Business Lunch: City Pork Catering, on Government Street, offers sandwiches, salads and meat-and-three specials served at lunch.
Business Lunch: Stroubes Seafood and Steaks, at 107 Third Street, offers fine dining and daily lunch specials in the heart of downtown.
Business Lunch: Southern Pearl Oyster House, on Perkins Road, strikes a familiar pose to its Gulf South sister restaurant, Half Shell Oyster House.
Business Lunch: Solera, located on Perkins Road, is a Spanish tapas bar and restaurant that also boasts a varied wine and cocktail menu.
Business Lunch: Bergeron's City Market, on Jefferson Highway, not only has a popular lunch business but also offers catering and to-go meal options.