Almost 16 years after opening in Mid City Baton Rouge, Bistro Byronz has moved just down Government Street to a new location in the old White Star Market.
It will be open for its first full day of lunch and dinner service on Wednesday, October 20, and will open for brunch on Sunday, October 31.
“The new location has the unique bistro style and welcoming atmosphere that our customers and the community love, but we’ve also incorporated new design elements – from the expansion of the Bistro bar area to a new take on the cafe style exterior. seats, ”said CEO Emelie Alton.
Bistro Byronz offers a southern take on the classic French bistro cuisine and experience.
Visit bistrobyronz.com for more information.
Vegan BBQ N Brews
Southern Fried Vegan will be hosting a “Vegan BBQ N Brews” Halloween Party from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday, October 31 at Cypress Coast Brewing Co., 5643 Government St.
Southern Fried Vegan will offer its special brand of soul food, as well as “Beer-Cheeze Battered Beyond Burgers”, “Fried Chickun”, “Mac N Cheeze” and Jambalaya.
Visit cypresscoastbrewing.com for full details.
Craft beer pairing dinner
City Pork Catering, 2921 Government St., will host a Rally Cap Beer dinner at 6.30pm on Thursday, October 28.
The dinner, the first in a series of beer dinners, will feature a five-course meal accompanied by a variety of beers from Rally Cap Brewing Co.
To learn more, visit cityporkcatering.com.
November Culinary Experience
Sign up now for the November Dining Experience: Holiday Food and Music from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on November 9 at Ruffino’s Restaurant, 18811 Highland Road.
The event includes a five-course meal accompanied by wine and step-by-step instructions from Chef Cliff Wright of Ruffino.
Tickets cost $ 150 at shopruffinos.com/products/ruffinos-baton-rouge-november-cooking-experience-food-and-music-for-the-holidays.
Jambalaya Jam set on October 21
United Way’s 34th Annual Capital Region Jambalaya Jam will take place from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, October 21 at North Boulevard Town Square in downtown Baton Rouge. You can enjoy cold drinks and live music by After 8 while tasting the jambalaya of the participating teams. Tickets start at $ 10 and can be purchased during the event.
All-you-can-eat tickets, for $ 15 each, get you as many jambalaya as you want from over 30 competing teams. There is also a VIP lounge located at the heart of the event. The $ 50 ticket includes a jambalaya and unlimited drinks (soft drinks, beer, and wine), as well as catering, treats, and comfy seating.
On cauw.org, you can read more about the event, the proceeds of which go to Capital Area United Way, which is partnering with the Salvation Army to collect items for the victims of Hurricane Ida. Only these items are collected: infant supplies; cleaning products (gloves, mops, mop buckets, cleaning solution, brooms, etc.); new children’s toys; new underwear (sizes for children and adults); and hygiene items. For your donation, you will receive a free soda / water ticket, limited to one ticket per person.
Romantic dinner for two
Registration is open for the Fall Romantic Dinner Leisure Class for Two from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on November 4 at the Louisiana Culinary Institute, 10550 Airline Highway.
Join Chef Jeanne Mancuso to try your hand at pan-roasted vegetables and dress the pork tenderloin with citrus glaze and apple-cranberry chutney. For something sweet, there will be pumpkin mousse with spices and custard.
Tickets cost $ 250 per couple at lci.edu/store/Romantic-Fall-Dinner-for-Two-p396827782.