A good meal, food was good, service was a little scattered, but the waiter was good.
Wine list was mediocre, two bottles we ordered they were out of. Settled on a suggestion that was wasn't in par with what we had ordered, but it was good. A plus was that he decanted the $125 bottle, which a lot of places won't do. Good for them.
All in all, it being local was a plus. The waiter was very professional and friendly. I think most of it was they seated like 3 tables all within about 10 minutes of each of us, so he was covered up.
The filets were cooked perfectly, presentation was very nice. Mushrooms are enough to share and priced considerably lower than other fine dining establishments. The Crawfish Risotto was tasty, but a little overcooked and mushy. The asparagus was good, but they need to teach the prep to remove the inedible part of the stalk, I'm pretty sure if my 14 year can do it, they can. But very nice flavor.
Oh, one thing, opt for the bottled water, their tap tastes like it came right out of the river.
This wasn't our first time there, nor will it be our last. A very nice Baton Rouge atmosphere.
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