After Katrina, Galatoire's opened its Bistro in Baton Rouge even before reopening its namesake on Bourbon Street. The location was not optimal, and it closed. Recently reopened in a new location and new building near Acme's Oyster House on Perkins Rd in Baton Rouge, it is larger than the original. Like the original it has the same style tile floor surrounded by large mirrors, as in New Orleans, except an even larger room. Unfortunately, this makes the noise level close to intolerable. Nevertheless, the food source remains the same for both restaurants and this is excellent. The shrimp remoulade are not to be beat, and the crabmeat maison is also superb. Trout amadine is also very good, as is the bread pudding. A 3 course lunch can be had for $19.05, the date for the opening of the New Orleans establishment.