'225 Dine': Romacelli opens in Southdowns; LSU gets upscale dining
Lafayette-based Italian-Mediterranean restaurant Romacelli opened a Baton Rouge location this week at the former site of Enoteca Marcello's in Southdowns. A spin-off concept of popular New Orleans eatery Café Roma, Romacelli offers a casual-upscale setting and a menu that's a blend of the familiar—chicken marsala, lasagna, and hummus and pita are popular items—and signature dishes like the Cajun chicken pasta and feta cheese rolls. Diners can also choose from a menu of gourmet pizzas served on a thin, flatbread crust. Click here to follow the bistro on Facebook. Meanwhile, after a successful transition last week, the LSU Faculty Club restaurant is now The Club at LSU Union Square, a fine dining destination for both lunch and dinner. Located at the corner of Highland and Raphael Semmes roads, the restaurant is open for lunch on weekdays from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and for dinner on Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Private dining rooms for up to 45 guests may be reserved during regular club hours. The venue is also available for special events outside of regular business hours. On LSU football game days, The Club at LSU Union Square will open from noon to kickoff. Learn more about the rebranded restaurant and its new offerings by visiting its Facebook page here. Read the new 225 Dine e-newsletter here.
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