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Beauregard Gallery and Bistro Crawfish Bisque Bread Bowl

True Southern Food, Art, and Hospitality

We're a family-owned and operated neighborhood bistro in Baton Rouge featuring original art by local artists and artisans, and food prepared from five generations of family recipes.
Our family has been catering for over 82 years and we welcome the opportunity to continue giving quality service and products at reasonable prices. We promote and use Louisiana products and vendors
Now in the 5th generation, we continue to enjoy showing our customers true Southern Hospitality.
We're open for lunch 11:00 am - 2:00 pm Monday through Friday, and other times by prior arrangement. Some of our most popular dishes are crawfish bisque, BBQ shrimp over cheese grits, grilled rosemary chicken, seafood stuffed potatoes, and a variety of homemade quiches and soups served in edible bread bowls.
We also host creative workshops and classes sponsored by the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge, ever-changing art exhibits and available for parties and meetings    

Our Location

715 Europe Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70802

Our Blog

Beauregard Bistro Blog

By Janet Terrell 05 Oct, 2015
We were pleased to see our quiche featured in 225 magazine. They prepared a very informative article on our wide selection of quiches. Here is what they wrote:

"Beauregard Gallery and Bistro is quaint, quick and quiet—the perfect lunchtime hideaway for anyone working in Mid City or downtown.

The cafe is nestled tightly in between the houses of Beauregard Town, so it’s easy to miss. But once inside, it’s an entirely different atmosphere.

Beauregard Gallery and Bistro is a small, family-owned restaurant specializing in fast but appetizing lunches. The cafe offers a variety of specialty salads such as shrimp remoulade, bread bowl soups such as the loaded baked potato, and sandwiches.

But what caught my eye was the long list of quiches. Crawfish, mushroom and bacon, shrimp and feta, cheeseburger—you name it, Beauregard Bistro has it.

I went for the Crab Florentine quiche, and I was stunned as soon as it came out. It was steaming hot and cheesy, the edges were crispy and the crust was light and flaky.

Beauregard Bistro successfully tackled the biggest problem presented by making quiche: making sure the center of the filling cooks as quickly as the outer edges, because no one wants a mouthful of soggy quiche.

Art from local artists and LSU students line the walls of the bistro. Patrons can choose to sit at tables or relax in lounge chairs near the windows.

The restaurant’s homey atmosphere combined with novel lunch options makes it a must-try for Baton Rougeans.

Beauregard Gallery and Bistro is at 715 Europe St. and is open 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday-Friday.

The bistro also offers catering and private events."

Thank you 225 Magazine for stopping by our restaurant and thank you Amanda Capritto for the wonderful review.
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