Baton Rouge

 Louisiana’s “Capital City” and the hub of all things Louisiana. With a prime, central location—just an hour away from New Orleans and Lafayette—Baton Rouge is the perfect city to explore the eclectic culture of this amazing state.

 Louisiana’s Capital City highlights the unique history, music, culture and outdoors that both visitors to Louisiana and locals alike enjoy. With French, Spanish, Creole and Native American roots, our city is rich in its culture and politics. Nicknamed the “Red Stick,” Baton Rouge houses over 300 years of history, much of which can be tasted in our food, seen in our architecture and learned through our state’s history. Whether your travels bring you to Baton Rouge for leisure or business, we encourage you to enjoy all our city has to offer. 

Baton Rouge is known worldwide for its exquisite cuisine that combines the flavors and cultures of both Cajun and Creole. Feast like a Louisianan during your stay in the Capital City! Dine like a local at some of the best restaurants the Red Stick has to offer! From boiled, broiled, fried and baked, tempt your taste buds with their authentic Louisiana fare. A Baton Rouge and LSU tradition serving Baton Rouge for over 25 years. The Chimes has an upbeat and friendly environment with a menu offering south Louisiana food and seafood entrees along with drinks from a full bar including 60 beers on tap. 


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