Shreveport-Bossier COVID-19 update: Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards has instituted a gradual reopening of many businesses with occupancy restrictions, enhanced sanitation, social distancing, personal protection equipment and other appropriate protection measures necessary to protect the health and safety of the people in Louisiana. Although many businesses have been approved for limited reopening, some nonessential businesses will remain closed to the public. Before you visit a business, please call to confirm that they are open, and to find out what restrictions are being enforced.
It's here! The new edition of Eat Here: A Food Lover's Guide to Shreveport-Bossier has just been released, and can be downloaded or viewed online. Physical copies of the guide can be requested by calling 800-551-8682 or visiting 629 Spring Street in downtown Shreveport.
There are more fascinating, diverse, delicious things to eat and drink in Shreveport and Bossier City than ever before. New restaurants, food trucks, craft breweries, pop-ups and culinary events are providing new experiences for visitors and locals alike. That's why the Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau created Eat Here: A Food Lover's Guide to Shreveport-Bossier, an annual brochure dedicated to exploring the emerging food and drink scene in Shreveport-Bossier.
We also blog about restaurant happenings, pop-ups, craft beer and more at 20x49.com, our official destination blog. We create short Youtube videos about the local food scene, which can be viewed in a playlist here. From roadside diners to high-end steak houses, we believe that Shreveport-Bossier's rich culinary scene is, simply put, one of the most underrated in the South. Our goal is to correct that.
Use this page to explore resources on the local food and drink community. If you're eating your way through Shreveport-Bossier's local culinary scene, please share your adventures on social media with the hashtag #Eat318.