Customers always have their favorites at a restaurant. At Mike Anderson’s Seafood, quite often that favorite is as much about the food as it is about the server. “They’ll say, ‘Oh, I want to sit with Miss Desiree today,'” said general manager Josh Jones. “And if Miss Desiree isn’t here on that day, they’re asking for their second choices, ‘So, well, what about, uh, you know, is this person?’ We see it on a daily basis here. It’s like a family.” Desiree Thibodeaux has been part of the family for 25 years. And that family connection between customers and staff along with a menu that’s served up the same great dishes for 46 years is what has made Mike Anderson’s a success. The restaurant is named for its owner, an All-American linebacker at LSU from 1967 to 1970. Mike Anderson opened his restaurant in a small house outside LSU’s North Gate in 1975, then moved the restaurant to its current location at 1031 W. Lee Drive in the 1980s. “For sure, we’re a staple in Baton Rouge,” Jones said, “but I would say, we’re a staple in Louisiana, as well. You mention Mike Anderson’s, and people know what you’re talking… Read full this story
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