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About The Little Village - Airline
A modern take on the original Village restaurant (established in 1947), our reputation is for serving Baton Rouge’s finest Italian, Prime Beef, Maine Lobster, Veal and fresh Gulf seafood. The Airline location features daily specials, a full bar and can accommodate private parties for up to fifty. We also have space for up to 15 guests in our bar area where dinner is also served.
Baton Rouge, LA 70817
Italian, Steak, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 2:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 11:00am - 8:00pm
Barringer Foreman Road
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We specialize in wedding rehearsals and corporate lunches and dinners. We offer custom six course sit down dinners as well as gorgeous buffets with carving stations and of course you can order right off of our menu with daily specials. We can also cater your every need at your residence, office or off site facility.
There is parking all around The Little Village and it is FREE. Our parking lot holds over 800 cars. We have handicapped parking steps from our front door.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Perfect for office parties, rehearsal dinners and holiday events. Buffet-style meals, heavy hors d' oeuvres or sit-down meals ordered from the menu are available.
The Little Village - Airline Ratings and Reviews
We were seated next to the kitchen door… It was openning and closing the entire meal bumping the side of the booth. When asked if we could switch, we were told no there was nothing available… Even though there was another booth 2 booths down. They "comped" us bread because of the terrible seating arrangement, but when the ticket was delivered we were charge for it. Given the amount we were paying and the reputation of the place, service was slow, unresponsive, & in general very far below par.
Just stick to the one downtown.
Celebrated our third wedding anniversary here and could not be happier. It is on the pricier side, but perfect for the occasion. Complimentary champagne, delicious food, clean, super friendly and professional staff, and romantic. You have to try the bread! I left feeling full but not uncomfortable. 10/10.
I RESERVED A TABLE FOR NINE AND WE CELEBRATED MY SISTER CINDY'S BIRTHDAY ON MARCH 6, 2017. THE WAITER WAS WONDERFUL AND THE BREAD - OH LORD THE BREAD!!!! THE FOOD WAS EXCELLENT AND THE WAITER CUT AND SERVED THE BIRTHDAY CAKE WE BROUGHT. WE WANT TO COME BACK VERY SOON.
The wife and I enjoyed the filet mignon and the eggplant. We eat out frequently and would recommend this dining gem. The prices were fair, our server was very good, she was friendly but not overly. We went early and the atmosphere was fine, but as we were leaving it was a bit noisey. Our overall experience was great, we will be back from time to time. We really enjoyed the Sinatra style music, it added a nice ambience. We wish them much success.
11 of my friends got together to share my mothers 85th birthday. Little Village was the resounding choice of the group. The music is usually too loud in most restaurants for my mom with her hearing aids but we were given a semi private room so she could actually hear! We all had a great time.
We went to Little Village for the first time to celebrate our anniversary and the experience was terrible. It took our waitress over 45 minutes to take our order, had to ask where our salads were and waited over an hour after ordering for our entrees to come out. The food was good but the service made it a terrible experience after being there for close to 3 hours.
Overall it was a great experience, however, there was one hostess who was quite rude. Don't understand how one person in the front, no less, could be so impolite to her guests on such a sweet day as Valentine's Day. Since she was the first person to interact with me in the restaurant it did ruin the night just a bit. Though our actual wait staff as wells as the cuisine were excellent.
My seafood cannelloni was dry, and not as flavorful as I would've liked. The veal parmigiana
was delicious as always. Our server must've been in the weeds, we had to wait too long before she checked on us and we were out of drinks for quite a while. We've had much better service many, many times. We will be back
Food was excellent. Service was excellent. Overall ambiance was excellent. The only negative was how closely packed tables were in the section of the restaurant I was sitting.
When we were seated, my date and I could not hear each other across the table without shouting. It improved after a while as the louder tables in our section (forcing the rest of the tables to elevate their voices in turn) were served their food.
Improving the spacing of tables is the only recommendation I could give the proprietor. On a quieter night though, I'm sure it would earn high marks across the board.
The food was not up too par. I ordered eggplant parmigiana and it tasted like the frozen meal at the supermarket. I ordered the eggplant stack as an appetizer and it wasn't cooked all the way and was too chewy. My husband ordered a veal dish that was horrible. It was very dry and several thing layers of veal no sauce, breadcrumb stuffing not sufficient.
The entrees were very good, but the bread was a little much. I really think the server should tell you how big a full loaf of bread is. It was just husband and I just went for a dinner date. We had never been before and it was recommended. My husband wanted the bread so we got it. It was very very large and soaking in olive oil. Like bathing in olive oil. Next time we go we will pass on the bread.
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