Eat your way through Baton Rouge

Visitors come to Baton Rouge for many reasons, but they all come with one common desire – to delight in the extraordinary cuisines that are indigenous to Louisiana. From alligator sauce piquant and crawfish étouffée to our own Sensation Salad – the abundance of innovative menus and dishes found throughout our city making this the place to visit over and over again.

Baton Rouge is also home to the regional culinary favorites like Community Coffee, Manda Fine Meats and Louisiana Fish Fry Products. Head on over to Tony’s Seafood or the Red Stick Farmer’s Market to take home some of ingredients that locals take for granted.

Or let us do the cooking for you – with over 400 restaurants you’re bound to find your favorites whether your preference is boiled, broiled, blackened or fried. 

So while visiting Louisiana's capital city, one of America’s fastest growing cities, discover and indulge in your passion. Go BR! And get it right from the word Go

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Feelin' Hungry? Have Some City Pork
Feelin' Hungry? Have Some City Pork

Inspired by old-world meat markets, City Pork is a neighborhood deli, sandwich shop, and charcuterie specializing in house-made meats, condiments and more. City Pork is known for featuring local favorites such as boudin, tasso, and andouille sausage and European specialties like confits, pâtés and dry-cured meats. Is your mouth watering yet? Click below for more information on City Pork!

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BR Wins Best Foodie City Award 2014
BR Wins Best Foodie City Award 2014

For the second year in a row, Baton Rouge has won a coveted title as one of ConventionSouth Magazine's Best Foodie Cities for groups. Twelve cities are chosen, and Baton Rouge was selected as a Best Foodie City in the Gulf States region, alongside New Orleans and Miami. You can see the complete list of winners in the May issue of ConventionSouth, or click below!

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Mo Rolls at Tsunami
Mo Rolls at Tsunami

Let’s go with Mo Isom as she gets her sushi roll on at Tsunami in downtown Baton Rouge. With the magnificent Mississippi River as a backdrop, Mo tries her hand at rolling sushi under the ever-patient instruction of Head Chef Ricky Hoang and rice never looked as nice.

Making Headlines
Making Headlines

Baton Rouge’s Mason’s Grill is making a scene, in a good way. Earlier this month they stole America’s heart with their Bloody Mason, a take on the traditional bloody mary. Now Zagat, a renowned restaurant review publication, is taking note and have recently selected this local eatery’s Cajun shrimp burger to their list of 50 States, 50 Burgers. See for yourself or better yet, head over to this local hot spot while in Baton Rouge.

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Dishing out Baton Rouge's Culinary Scene!
Dishing out Baton Rouge's Culinary Scene!

Luck be the lovely Mo Isom when she lands at L'Auberge Casino. Join Mo as she wines, dines, and refines her palate with celebrated chef Troy Deano at 18 Steak. Don’t miss Mo as she dives into gourmet cuisine, prime cuts of beef, perfectly paired wine all set in an elegant well-appointed dining room.

Follow the Culinary Trail Through Baton Rouge
Follow the Culinary Trail Through Baton Rouge

Hungry for adventure? Hop on the culinary trail and enjoy delicacies that locals dine on daily. Browse through the Culinary Trails Guide and be sure to try hot spots in Baton Rouge and throughout Louisiana as you travel the roads of this culinary-rich state. To get your digital version, click on More Information or call 800-29-GUMBO to request the official Louisiana Culinary Trails Guide by mail.

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Experience the Food Truck Wround Up  Every Wednesday
Experience the Food Truck Wround Up Every Wednesday

Looking for something unique and local? Join the ongoing revolution every Wednesday as food trucks hit the streets of Baton Rouge choosing a different location each week and offering a variety of local favorites, served right from trucks! And what would food in south Louisiana be without good music? You’re sure to find it all in one place!

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9 Dragon Noodle House

Known to be a favorite among locals near Louisiana State University, 9 Dragon Noodle House recently expanded offering traditional Chinese fare with a few new healthier features.

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Acme Oyster House

Not just the oysters, they’re serving all of the New Orleans classics like red beans and rice, seafood gumbo, jambalaya and more, all seasoned to perfection and served with a smile. So pull up a chair, take in the history and soak up the flavor.

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Al's Chicago Dogs

Chicago style all-beef hot dogs served by Chicago Al, a Baton Rouge blues musician.

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