Louisiana Dining August 30, 2022
Red Zeppelin Just Might Have The Wackiest Menu In All Of Louisiana But It’s Amazing
Dining out deserves to be a carefully constructed experience. From the moment you pull into the parking lot to the second you drive away, you’re (hopefully) stepping into an atmosphere where the restaurant exceeds your expectations and you become a lifelong customer. When you visit Red Zeppelin, you come for the best pizza in Louisiana, but when you take a step back, it’s actually so much more.
Red Zeppelin has been Baton Rouge’s favorite pizzeria for over a decade.
From hungry college kids to family night outs, Red Zeppelin has created a welcoming atmosphere for all walks of life.
Home to some of the best pizza in Louisiana, you'll be tempted to step out of your pizza comfort zone and try some of their specialty pizzas...
...but first, let's talk about the starters.
Pizza night is best served with your favorite starter dishes, and Red Zeppelin offers all of that and more. You can't go wrong with the spinach and artichoke dip, chicken wings, or mozzarella sticks. Yum!
But the real star of the show here is the pizza.
It's why you came here, after all. One thing you'll notice on the menu is the names of the pizzas. Sure, they could have named these pizzas in a traditional fashion, but where's the fun in that? Pictured above is the Mothership, the most popular pizza at Red Zeppelin. This signature pie has pepperoni, ground beef, Italian sausage, mushrooms, bell peppers, red onion, green olives, and mozzarella all living harmoniously on a house-made marinara base.
There are several specialty pizzas on the menu, and you should step out of your pizza comfort zone and have your taste buds trust fall into one of their more unusual pizzas, like the Bou-Ray.
Louisiana flavors combine in this Cajun-infused pizza. Here we have alligator sausage, tasso ham, red onion, jalapeno & mozzarella served over boudin. Laissez les bons temps rouler!
Can't decide? Do a half-and-half!
Get the best of both worlds. It's perfect for picky eaters at the table.
More than just pizza, Red Zeppelin also offers several "zeppwiches," toasted po'boys, and calzones.
There's something for every palette!
And don't forget about the drink menu. Pizza and beer are a dynamic duo, and Red Zeppelin offers more than 20 draft beers to enjoy.
The selection is often rotating, featuring seasonal brews from local breweries. You might just find your new pizza and beer combo!
Red Zeppelin’s website for a full menu and more. While you’re in Baton Rouge, consider spending a few hours strolling the LSU Ag Center’s Botanical Gardens for a mesmerizing day! Address: Red Zeppelin Pizza, 4395 Perkins Rd, Baton Rouge, LA 70808, USA