Baton Rouge takeaway: Filet mignon, a fried seafood platter and a tasty caprese sandwich for Thursday | Coronavirus

Why not let someone else do the cooking tonight? Since the coronavirus pandemic closed dining rooms, restaurants in the area have focused on take-out and delivery service. Many restaurants have opened their alfresco dining areas so that customers can eat their take out orders on the spot.

We know you’re hungry, so check out our suggestions for today’s take-out:

French market bistro

French Market Bistro, 16645 Highland Road, has a limited menu of savory choices, but today we have an eye on its aged filet mignon ($ 44 for 7 ounces and $ 48 for 9 ounces). You can add sides for an additional charge, and you can precede it with a wide choice of starters, soups and salads.

Call (225) 753-3500 between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m. to place your order, and visit to see the menu.

Acme Oyster House

There are a number of ways you can order oysters at Acme Oyster House, 3535 Perkins Road, but why not try their fried seafood platter? It has fried oysters, but also includes shrimp and fish ($ 21.95).

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Is your stomach still growling? Ours is, which is why we will be calling (225) 906-2372 between 11am and 7pm to place our take out order. To see what else is on the menu, visit

Café DuJour @ The Whistle Stop

We have great news for fans at Cafe DuJour @ The Whistle Stop, 101 N. Range Ave., Denham Springs. The sandwich shop reopens today after closing in March.

The phones are ready for take out orders, which can be eaten at tables in the cafe patio. The caprese sandwich made with fresh mozerella, sliced ​​tomatoes and pesto with your choice of ham or chicken on ciabatta bread ($ 7.50) looks good to us.

Call (225) 271-8801 between 6 a.m. and 5 p.m. to place your take-out order. See the full menu on

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