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NOW OPEN - Southern Pearl Oyster House - Baton Rouge, Louisiana


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  Located on Perkins Rd just north of Bluebonnet Blvd. 

 

Contact Us

9460 Perkins Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70810
(225) 416-5913


Hours of Operation

Dining Room
Sunday  11am-9pm
Monday - Thursday  11am-10pm

Friday & Saturday  11am-11pm
Sunday Brunch 11am-2pm

Happy Hour
Every day 3pm-6pm

 

JANUARY FEATURES


Stuffed Artichoke Oysters   

Half Dozen    10.50
Dozen    18

stuffed-artichoke-oysters-thumbTopped with a blend of artichoke hearts, Italian bread crumbs, white wine, fresh garlic and seasonings, then baked and finished with lemon butter cream.



 

Parrotfish Almondine    23

Seasonal Size - Steamed Green Beans     4

parrotfish-almondine-thumbParrotfish paneed in chopped almonds and seasonings. Topped with a Disaronno brown butter, served over a bed of steamed green beans. Served with a side salad.

DRINK SPECIAL


French Quarter 75    8

french-quarter-75-thumbA French 75 with a lemon twist! This sparkling cocktail features Hendrick’s Gin, Limoncello, a fresh lemon squeeze and splash of housemade sweet and sour. Topped with La Marca Prosecco.

 

FAN FAVORITES


Crab Cakes     13

royal-red-endymion-thumbParmesan risotto croquettes topped with sautéed spinach and Royal Red shrimp, sautéed in our homemade creole Alfredo.

 

Tomato Basil Salmon    22  

tomato-basil-salmon-thumbBronzed Atlantic salmon served over a bed of Parmesan risotto and topped with tomato basil butter. Served with one side.

Cinnamon Roll Bread Pudding     5

cinnamon-roll-bread-pudding-thumbA classic New Orleans treat homemade with cinnamon rolls, cranberries and pecans. Finished with our spiced rum sauce.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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*Thoroughly cooked foods of animal origin such as beef, eggs, fish, lamb, pork, poultry, or shellfish reduces the risk of food-borne illness. Individuals with certain health conditions may be at higher rick if these foods are consumed raw or undercooked. Consult your physician or health official for further information.
*There may be a risk associated with consuming raw shellfish as is the case with other raw protein products. If you suffer from chronic illness of the liver, stomach, or blood or have other immune disorders, you should eat these products fully cooked.
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