We now carry refrigerated Chef Kits, pre-packaged kits that include fresh meats, produce, and seasonings to create gourmet meals for two. Priced between $17.99 to $22.99, the kits contain bright labels listing calorie-count, servings, and minutes to complete the recipe included. See images below for a sampling of the Chef Kits now in stock in Read more

Events, New Products, News, Other | May 30th, 2018

Alexander’s is offering free delivery to customers impacted by the closure of the bridge on Highway 928. For the two months the bridge is closed for improvements, a minimum order of $50 or more in groceries will be delivered FREE by the next business day. Call 225-615-7800 now to place your order, or go to Read more

Events, News, Other, Seasonal | May 30th, 2018

Guys’ Night Out? Father-Son Fun? Grab a friend and join us for our annual Steak & Stogie Dinner Thursday, June 14, 2018, from 6 pm until 9 pm. The gathering features premium whiskey, rye, bourbon and scotch, paired with appetizers, salads, steak of choice, dessert — and an after-dinner cigar presentation. Tickets are $65 each Read more

Events, News, Seasonal, Wine Dinners | May 18th, 2018

Food trucks are back in the neighborhood Thursday, May 24, 2018, from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. Join Taco de Paco, Geaux Yo, Pullin’ Pork, Cupcake Allie, and Geaux Cuban along with our regular steak-grilling crew outside on the porch for a great variety of freshly cooked local foods. There will also be live music Read more

Events, News | May 18th, 2018

Now Serving Sunday Brunch

Posted on May 9th, 2018 by [email protected]

Sunday just became a more fun day with the addition of our Italian brunch menu! Choose from three savory crespelles — Spinach & Ricotta, Prosecution & Fontina, Mushroom & Gorgonzola ($9.99 each) — or one of our three sweet Italian crepes — Strawberry & Chocolate Sauce, Peaches & Cream, or Nutella & Mascarpone ($6.99 each). Read more

Events, News | May 9th, 2018

Alexander’s Highland Market kicks off its spring Pop-Up Farmers Market series on Sunday, April 8, 2018, from 10:00 a.m. until 2 p.m. with a crawfish boil, a few community non-profits, and five local farmers, including Rome Farm Tomatoes, Davis Farms fresh eggs and jellies, Ewing Farms Dairy’s goat milk, O’Neill’s Apiary Farm products, and J&D Read more

Events, News, Pop-Up Markets | March 29th, 2018

Defiantly Different is The Prisoner Wine Company’s slogan, and we think you’ll see and taste that distinction at our April Wine Dinner April 12, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $75, and may be purchased at Guest Services, online under Special Events, or by clicking here. “We are minimalists and believe it’s up to the grapes Read more

Events, News, Wine Club, Wine Dinners | March 23rd, 2018

Farm-to-Highchair Baby Food

Posted on March 20th, 2018 by [email protected]

Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.  That’s a line from Dr. Seuss, but it’s also the rallying cry of a new farm-to-highchair baby food company that sells cold-pressed fruit and veggie blends that are also organic and non-gmo. Co-founded in 2015 by actress  Jennifer Read more

New Products, News | March 20th, 2018

We know how busy our neighbors are. That’s why we’re offering online shopping and catering ordering with convenient scheduled pickup, as well as delivery service to a broad area of south Baton Rouge and north Ascension Parish for a small fee. Our newly redesigned website, which is mobile friendly and tailored to online shopping, makes Read more

News | March 5th, 2018

Valentine’s Day One-Stop Shop

Posted on February 13th, 2018 by [email protected]

Valentine’s Day is a time to express love and appreciation of those dear to you. Alexander’s has a wide assortment of long-stemmed roses, flower arrangements, balloons, gourmet chocolates, balloons, boutique-quality cards, and other unique gifts to express just the right sentiments.  Since Valentine’s Day falls on Ash Wednesday, a solemn observance of the first day Read more

Events, News, Seasonal | February 13th, 2018
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    Description

    Sonoma County. Larger like you like it. Established in 1993. In the beginning; There were ales. As far as anyone knows, the very first beers made were top fermented, which is longhand for Ale. Sometime before the 1860's, beers became popular that were made in Northern Europe with a bottom fermenting yeast strain that liked the colder local temperatures. Because they had to spend weeks aging before they tasted their best, they were known as Lager beer. Lager is a German word for storage. Since they had to sit a while, they took up more time and space and as such were tougher and more expensive to make. But they were crisp and light and you could slam them down if you wanted to. While ales are meaty, lagers are sinewy. Where ales are street, lagers are haute couture. Where an ale might hit you over the head and take your wallet, lagers donate to charity and adopt stray cats. While an ale might steal your car or try to date your daughter and keep her out all night doing who-knows-what, a well-bred lager would offer to clean your house while you're on vacation and leave fresh scones and coffee for you when you return. Now, don't get us wrong, ales can be a lot of fun to hang out with when you're in the right mood, and if you've got bail money on you. But what's wrong with livin' uptown from time to time, on a nice street, where the doormen all wear those little uniforms, the air smells of flowers, and lagers rule the Earth. Cheers!

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    00723830000117

    SKU/UPC

    72383000011

    Manufacturer

    Lagunitas Brewing

    Brand

    Lagunitas
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    oz

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    00092824000007

    SKU/UPC

    9282400000
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    6 pack

    Identifier

    00752245122619

    SKU/UPC

    75224512261