DINING GUIDE

ANTOINE’S REVEILLON
ANTOINE’S, 713 Rue Saint Louis 70130, 581-4422, Antoines.com

In December Antoine’s is offering prix fixe réveillon menu offered for lunch and dinner for groups of 15 or less, with some dates excluded. Special holiday drinks and desserts will also be offered.

Established in 1840, Antoine’s Restaurant is the country’s oldest family-run restaurant and the birthplace of such culinary classics as Oysters Rockefeller, Eggs Sardou and Pommes de Terre Souffles. New Year’s Eve reservation are now being accepted.



Tasty Delights at Zea

Zea Rotisserie & Grill, ZeaRestaurants.com

Since 1997 Zea Rotisserie & Grill has been serving local dishes with a twist to hungry locals, including its Signature Rotisserie Ribeye Steak or Twice-Cooked Crispy Duck with a side of their famous corn grits. This holiday season, for every $100 in gift cards purchased Zea offers a $20 Great Gift Giver bonus card. Zea also offers catering options and will work with you to customize your next event, whether it’s an office or holiday party. A full catering menu can be found on its website: ZeaRestaurants.com.

– Minh Dang



A Different Frontier
Covey Rise Lodge, 24009 Singing Waterfall Road, Husser, La., (985) 747-0310, CoveyRiseLodge.com

Covey Rise Lodge is located only an hour away from both New Orleans and Baton Rouge. It provides a destination for entertaining business clients, corporate meeting and seminars or gathering with friends and family. Guests are able to spend the night in one of their cabins and wake up to hunt quail, chukar, pheasant or duck. They offer sporting clays, too. Holiday parties can be arranged at the facility with the services of the Executive Chef.

– Minh Dang

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