Various restaurants can be found in this part of Baton Rouge. The neighborhood's close proximity to downtown makes it a prime location for dining. The majority of restaurants lie near Jefferson and Corporate.
Enjoy authentic Greek dishes at Arzi's Restaurant. This eatery has been servicing Baton Rouge for several years. Regulars constantly return for the great service and the vast menu. Try the sampler platter with its chicken shawarma and gyros or the lamb shank. Arzi's also has great pizza. It opens for both lunch and dinner.
The tasty options at Portobello's Grill do not disappoint. The menu boasts cajun favorites along with some Italian-inspired dishes. Try the local favorite, a fish and shrimp creole, which is a cajun dish in a red sauce over rice, or the shrimp and crab Alfredo. Portobello's also serves brunch on the weekends. No matter when you decide to go, make a reservation to avoid a long wait.
Family owned and operated for more than twenty years, Cafe Americain Restaurant indulges in the Louisiana culture. Choose from homestyle Louisiana cuisine such as shrimp Orleans or catfish Acadiana. The Cafe has won several awards, including one for Best Overall Restaurant in the area.
The nightlife in this area gives locals a chance to escape the college party scene. The lively atmosphere in the bars and clubs guarantee a great time.
Patrons brag about the great drink menu at The Radio Bar. Though it can get pretty packed, the great crowd makes it worth it. For an even wider beer selection, stop in The Cove. The menu features well over 300 different beers. Boudreaux & Thibodeaux Restaurant and Bar hosts specialty nights, such as karaoke night. Regulars enjoy the great music and cocktails. As an alternative to bars and clubs, locals on a night out often go to the movie theater or enjoy bowling.