Comfort Suites University
3045 Valley Creek Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
Phone: (225) 923-3377
Fax: (225) 924-7044
A Baton Rouge favorite since 1975, this Italian restaurant serves up delicious home cooking. The southern Italian specialties are recipes from, 'mama Marino' herself, handed down through the generations. With an emphasis on seafood and steaks, the menu is comprised of mouth-watering dishes. Beloved by families and couples alike, its easy to see how this establishment has won over the hearts of many, from the Italian comfort food to the cozy atmosphere complete with candle light and a fireplace. Save room for dessert, their spumone and homemade cheesecake is raved about!
Open daily for lunch and dinner, Ninfa's serves authentic Mexican entrees.
The Melting Pot is a fun and trendy fondue restaurant. Fondue truly becomes a memorable four-course dining experience where patrons can dip into something different - and discover all the ingredients for a unique dining experience including a relaxed atmosphere, private tables, attentive service, fine wines and signature fondue dinners.
Thai Kitchen offers unique and authentic cuisine with a family welcoming atmosphere. They offer subtle yet exotic home cooking combined with a well-stocked bar selection. Their sushi and sports bar, along with Friday night karaoke, offers additional entertainment.
Known for its fine Creole cuisine, Mansurs On the Boulevard offers a full service menu with several specialties that will make you return for more. The high-end decor and soft piano music in the background exude a classy charm that sets the tone for the evening. Discover dish by dish the unique flavors of the recipes,as you indulge in the cedar roasted red fish, duck mansur and eggplant with crab meat. Charbroiled oysters are the main catch here with diners addicted to its melt in the mouth feel. Great for romantic meals, the restaurant also accepts private event orders.
Traditional Mexican favorites and mesquite-grilled specialties, served in a bold, engaging atmosphere. Some of their feature items include their Spicy Buffalo Chicken Tacos, Loaded Carne Asada Tacos, The Big Bordurrito, Chicken Chipotle Fajitas, and the Shaken Margarita Shrimp Cocktail.
Serving as a bar and restaurant, this Baton Rouge establishment has one of the largest whiskey selections in all of Louisiana. With 136 beers on draft, the hops selection isn't too shabby either. The Pelican House Tap Room and Whiskey Bar features a spacious interior and also has an enclosed patio. The tap room and lounge area are perfect for grabbing a drink after work and the dining room offers patrons a small, yet well-crafted upscale menu of pub and American cuisine. Live music can be heard on the weekends and the latest game is always on one of the many televisions.
An excellent selection of sushi, sake and delicious hibachi entrees are available at Koto. Derek Chang's Koto is open Monday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. and Saturday 2:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Outback Steakhouse is a chain of friendly and upbeat chophouses around the United States. It has an easy-going air, and has adopted an Australian theme for its decor. The outlet at Baton Rouge is popular among locals and tourists for its juicy steaks and appetizers that quell the appetite. Start with the Bloomin' Onions, a much-ordered starter made of fried onions served with bloom dip. Proceed to the Baby-back Ribs and the heart-shaped grilled chicken. The Filet and Lobster Tail and the Gold Mahi are seafood specialties. The restaurant also offers a selection of cuts that have lesser calories, aimed at the health-conscious.
Mestizo Mexican Restaurant features such modern Louisiana Mexican menu items as crawfish quesadillas, crab and shrimp burritos, fajita nachos, and camarones. Large selection of top self tequilas for tasty margaritas. Open for lunch and dinner,
The Caterie features live music every night, open Monday through Saturday. The kitchen is open late. They serve salads, specialty sandwiches, grilled sandwiches, seafood baskets & poboys, and a kids menu.
A Baton Rouge institution since the late 1980s, TJ Ribs was a groundbreaking addition to the city's culinary scene at its opening. This restaurant features succulent baby back ribs, while most barbecues in the area offer the tougher spare rib cuts. These ribs drew in a deluge of students from nearby Lousiana State University. The full rack of baby back ribs, slow cooked over 24 hours after a treatment of dry rubs and marinades, is the ultimate draw here. A full menu of chicken, beef, seafood, sandwiches and salad options are available for those not wanting to get their hands dirty. Try out the barbecue platter for the widest selection of everything TJ Ribs does right.