BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — Ring in 2023 at a Baton Rouge restaurant offering special courses and cocktail pairings before watching fireworks downtown along the Mississippi River.

Here’s a list of Baton Rouge restaurants celebrating New Year’s Eve.


Enjoy a decadent eight-course dinner at Beausoleil before heading to a New Year’s Eve party. The restaurant will be offering foie gras ice cream, slow-braised pork cabbage rolls and seafood dishes. The dinner will be $150 per person. To make a reservation, click here.

Soji Modern Asian

Soji will offer a five-course Surf-n-Turf New Year’s Eve dinner for $70 per person. An optional cocktail and wine pairing can be added for $35. Doors will open at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 31. Reservations open Tuesday, Dec. 20. Call 225-300-448 to reserve a spot.

Sullivan’s Steakhouse

Celebrate the new year at Sullivan’s Steakhouse. The restaurant will offer its full menu of steaks and seafood, craft cocktails in addition to live music and a champagne toast at midnight. To make a reservation, click here.

TJ Ribs

Invites friends and family to TJ Ribs’ New Year’s Eve dinner. Special menu offerings include beef prime rib and redfish paradise.

Tsunami Sushi

Partygoers can get the best view of the fireworks over the river at Tsunami on New Year’s Eve. The restaurant is offering a six-course meal off its dinner menu, reserved seating, access to the sushi and hot food buffet, a bottle of champagne per four guests and premium fireworks viewing from the terrace. Early bird VIP tickets are $200 and early bird general admission is $125.

To buy tickets, call 225-346-5100 or email To buy online, click here.

18 Steak at L’Auberge Casino Hotel

Ring in the new year right and order a 38 oz. Tomahawk Ribeye or a whole Maine lobster Thermador at 18 Steak. The restaurant will be open from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. on New Year’s Eve. After you’ve had your fill, make your way to the party inside the casino hotel. Tickets for the party are $60. To buy tickets, click here. To make 18 Steak reservations, click here.

After dinner, dance to live music and watch the midnight fireworks show at Red Stick Revelry in downtown Baton Rouge. Live music starts playing at 8 p.m. in North Boulevard Town Square.