Sunday April 12 is National Drop Everything And Read (DEAR) Day, an annual reminder to make reading a priority in our busy lives, and Alexander's is joining in the fun! ...
Come check out the job opportunities available at Alexander’s Highland Market during our first Job Fair! All departments are hiring with full- and part-time positions available.
Seafood is always on the menu in South Louisiana, but it takes center stage during Lent as locals abstain from meat and heavy meals. Alexander’s receives seafood six times a week – seven times a week in late spring and summer – so you can be sure your catch of the day is fresh. Our seafood team is boiling crawfish, crabs, and shrimp daily, so call ahead for large orders or just stop in at lunch or on your way home for a tray-full.
Satsuma Jelly and crawfish-decorated cake balls are just two of the locally made seasonal treats in store when Alexander’s Highland Market hosts its first spring Pop-Up Market on Sunday, March 1, 2015, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. In addition, nutritionists from Pennington Biomedical Research Center will be on hand to share health tips, talk about current health studies, and sample a special Lenten recipe from their test kitchen.
Join us for our Sweethearts Valentine Wine Dinner Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015, at 7 p.m. in our transformed cafe, with a reception beginning at 6:40 p.m. You’ll face no cranky crowds or long waits for six courses perfectly paired with reds and whites by California’s Conn Valley Vineyards. Tickets are $75 per person.
Fuchsia, carnation, and rose aren’t colors that come to mind when you’re celebrating Mardi Gras – unless you live in Baton Rouge’s oldest neighborhood. We may be far from the madding crowds of Spanish Town, but we’re joining in the fun with signature Spanish Town King Cakes, on sale now, complete with baby flamingos.