Eat your way through Baton Rouge

From Cajun to Creole and everything in between, we invite you to feast on our local delicacies. Taste why Baton Rouge has been voted as a “Best Foodie City” two years in a row!

Slow Food Fall Heat
Slow Food Fall Heat

On October 19, Slow Food Baton Rouge will be hosting Slow Food Fall Heat, its 2nd annual fall farm-to-table showcase! The event will showcase local food, chefs, brewers, farmers and the community. Proceeds from the event SFBR's local food activities including urban agriculture workshops, as well as "Greauxing Healthy Baton Rouge," which provides hands-on gardening, food and nutrition education in local schools. For more information, click below.

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The Ambrosia Bakery
The Ambrosia Bakery

For over two decades The Ambrosia Bakery has been serving the Baton Rouge and surrounding area some of the freshest baked cakes and pastries. People come from all over to indulge their cravings for such delicacies as the Fresh Strawberry Cake, the Scarlet O'hara and the luscious Italian Cream. Stop in the new location on Siegen Lane for breakfast, lunch and dessert! For more information, click below.

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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. Check out the latest Culinary Trails Taste-umentary, which focuses on none other than Baton Rouge!

Visit Baton Rouge: Food Trucks and the Juke Joint Blues
Visit Baton Rouge: Food Trucks and the Juke Joint Blues

Soak up some serious Baton Rouge culture as you join Mo Isom in her quest to find amazing Mexican food in Baton Rouge. You’ll end up at Taco de Paco, a curbside food truck in Baton Rouge with a classic, creative, and simply unusual menu. End your night out with Mo by joining her for a truck ride and party at Teddy’s Juke Joint, where blues music rules, Christmas lights are always on, and sweet love kisses (2:24) are sent to all.

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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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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Albasha Greek & Lebanese Restaurant - Bluebonnet Blvd.

Sample delicious Lebanese dishes while you admire the charming indoor fountain. Family owned for 20 years, serving homemade Mediterranean cuisine, wine and beer from Greece and Arabic pastries.

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Albasha Greek & Lebanese Restaurant - Citiplace Blvd.

Sample delicious Lebanese dishes while you admire the charming indoor fountain. Family owned for 20 years, serving homemade Mediterranean cuisine, wine and beer from Greece and Arabic pastries.

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