Shreveport-Bossier’s 318 Restaurant Week is growing year after year. 2021 is its fifth year of feeding the 318 community with some of our most memorable foods. Whether you’ve experienced 318 Restaurant but need updates or you’re a first-timer that needs all the details, this is for you!

WHO: Foodies everywhere look forward to this north Louisiana movement! Shreveport-Bossier, Louisiana is known for its food scene and one-of-a-kind culinary experiences. 318 Restaurant Week, a week-long culinary project of the Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau, will return March 15-20. Follow the 318 Restaurant Week Facebook and Instagram pages for updates!

WHAT: 318 Restaurant Week consists of six days of deals at Shreveport-Bossier eateries, offering dining patrons $10 lunch specials, $20 dinner specials, and various dining experiences at participating restaurants. Visit to view a full list of meals and events scheduled during 318 Restaurant Week or download the free app.

WHERE: One fun way to celebrate 318 Restaurant Week is by posing in a new Instagrammable art installation, located in the East Bank District and Plaza in Bossier City. The human-size sculpture is designed for people to stand between the “3” and the “8” and pose as the “1” in #Eat318. It’s perfect for social media posts! Don’t forget to use the hashtag to be featured on @seeshreveportbossier Instagram stories.

WHEN: March 15-20, 2021 are the dates for 318 Restaurant Week, but the dining experiences are one-night only events. You can dine like a Roman in a toga costume at Noble Savage Tavern, indulge in a four-course beer dinner at Flying Heart Brewing & Pub, overlook the city with multicourse meal at Shreveport Petroleum Club, have an intimate dinner in one of downtown Shreveport’s newest restaurant, Fat’s Oyster House, and more. To see a full list of dining experiences, click here.

WHY: 318 Restaurant Week is Shreveport-Bossier’s way of promoting local restaurants by offering unbeatable deals around town. The support is especially important after the blows restaurants suffered as a result of COVID-19. Additionally, the effects of Winter Storm Uri in February created more than a week-long setback for many restaurants. 318 Restaurant Week was explicitly created to support restaurants, chefs, and foodies for one full week.

A photo of 318 Restaurant Week

HOW: This year, diners can download a free 318 Restaurant Week app in the Apple App Store or on Google Play. You’ll receive updates and alerts on meals and deals, as well as dining experiences. Be on the lookout for the 318 Restaurant Week cup! It’s has a QR code on it, making it easier to scan for app downloads. There’s also a 318 Restaurant Week Passport activity for diners to participate in with three easy steps:

  1. Visit any of the participating restaurants during 318 Restaurant Week.

2. Check in a every location, and you’ll receive fun badge names at different levels.

3.The more you taste your way around Shreveport-Bossier during 318 Restaurant Week by checking in with the app, the more opportunities you’ll have to win our massive giveaway!

Click here for contest rules and details.

LANGNIAPPE: Because food is more than an activity, 318 Restaurant Week gives diners the opportunity to combat hunger by partnering with the Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana to accept donations. The Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana partners with over 150 nonprofit organizations and churches such as soup kitchens, food pantries, schools, and homeless shelters.  Through these partnerships, they can reach over 75,000 people a year in Northwest Louisiana.  These are children, elderly, veterans, men and women, and families who struggle to put food on their table.  The work of the Food Bank is not possible without the support of our community. Click here to donate.

Bon Appetit!