Over the past 35 years, Mike Anderson's Seafood has grown into Baton Rouge staple. Mike Anderson, an LSU All-American football player in the early 1970s, opened Mike Anderson's College Town Seafood & Oyster Bar in November of 1975. When it outgrew its space, the company moved to its current location on West Lee Drive and changed its name to Mike Anderson's Seafood Restaurant and Oyster Bar. It's now the South Louisiana restaurant that food lovers and football fans alike turn to. For fantastic regional food in a festive atmosphere -- and for fun with friends and family too. After fourdecades in the food business, Mike Anderson's has aarned its reputation for exceptional meals and pampering customers.
Loyal customers as well as South Louisiana visitors flock to Mike Anderson's for sensational fried or broiled seafood. Other restaurant favorites include a crabmeat and shrimp-stuffed fillet, Mike's Special (jumbo shrimp broiled in Worcestershire, butter, lemon and spices) and The Guitreau (grilled fresh fish topped with sautéed crawfish, shrimp, mushrooms and onions in white wine, butter and spices). Along with many others, these recipes are also available in Mike Anderson’s Seafood & other South Louisiana Favorites cookbook.