By this time, if you haven't made dinner plans yet, your cooking options are limited.
But, you can look at it as an opportunity to celebrate the first day of 'Eat Lafayette.'
It's a campaign designed to give locally-owned restaurants the opportunity to show case their cuisine. and that's the key.
This is all about promoting local restaurants.
There are about fifty restaurants taking part in the event, which will run through August 15th.
To see a list of the participating restaurants, click this link: http://www.eatlafayette.com/