DIG Restaurant Week

Post by 
Marlee Pittman
Published 
December 27, 2018
R

estaurant Week is fast approaching - let's make sure you know where Mid City's best deals are going to be from January 21 - 26.

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Mid City is one of the fastest restaurant, bar and entertainment hubs in the capital area, so it is a must visit during DIG Baton Rouge's Restaurant Week. Below is a list of the restaurants participating in Mid City:

  • Bistro Byronz on Government St.
  • City Pork Brassiere
  • Does Eat Place
  • Elsie's Plate and Pie
  • Mestizo Louisiana Mexican Cuisine
  • Rocca Pizzeria


Visit their websites for more information about individual menus and discounts!

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