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Discover the Best Eleven Baton Rouge Restaurants
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Baton Rouge
The offshoot of New Orleans, Louisiana’s Baton Rouge, is quickly turning into the next culinary hotspot that combines the best of Creole and contemporary flavors. Part of south Louisiana, there is no dearth of farm-fresh local produce as well as seafood. This stellar combination makes Baton Rouge restaurants a hotbed of southern classics with a refreshingly modern twist. One of the up & coming destinations on the southern culinary trail, visiting the best of Baton Rouge, gets you in on the trend early! The food scene here is intriguing, diverse, and full of amazing surprises, with restaurants serving everything from ramen and tacos to Greek platters and fine French dishes. You’ll find the very best of them below, proving that exploring the restaurants of Baton Rouge is one of the most worthwhile things to do in town.
TripBlog   Oct 28, 2019
Top 12 Fun Things to do in Baton Rouge
Cultural History
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Baton Rouge
A city mired in the country’s history; the name is not the only fun thing about Baton Rouge. Capital of Louisiana, Baton is a rich concentration of cultural sites that covers everything from native reserves to immigrant settlements. To put it, seven different governments have ruled the state, and several sites mark these historical developments. Located on the eastern side of the Mississippi River, Baton Rouge’s significance was mainly dictated by the first natural bluff up the Gulf of Mexico, Istrouma Bluff. The riverfront city was a chosen destination for development as the cliff acted as a natural barrier against calamities. For the history buffs, there are several things to do in Baton Rouge that are a class apart from the usual.
TripBlog   Oct 25, 2019

Baton Rouge Travel Tips

Baton Rouge Transportation

Flights :Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport mainly caters to the domestic flights within the US. International flights would transit through Louis Armstrong international Airport in New Orleans and then to Baton Rouge.

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Best Experience in Baton Rouge

The view of the city from the top of the 34th floor of Louisiana State Capitol is absolutely breathtaking. Here, you could check out the American Civil War era housing, savor the delicious Creole (rougail); explore Bluebonnet Swamp Nature through the plank walkways and bridges and experiencing the wonders of nature. In this city of music, you must not miss out on the performances which range from rhythmic Blues to the melodic country music.

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Helpful Information about Baton Rouge
Time Zone
UTC -6
Peak Season
February - May
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Emergency Phone Numbers
Police, Fire, Ambulance:911

Baton Rouge Weather

Sep 23, 2020
20 °
Sep 24, 2020
Partly Cloudy with Thunderstorms
Sep 25, 2020
Partly Cloudy
Sep 26, 2020
Partly Cloudy
Baton Rouge Weather
The weather from February to May is warm and comfortable and is the best time to visit Baton Rouge. The Mardi Gras festival in February brings much merriment to the streets, enticing the crowds with delicacies and musical performances. The climate turns hot and humid from June to October with the occasional rainfall. August and September is the Hurricane alert period, and you have to literally do a rain check before going outdoors. The winter in Baton Rouge is from November to January is not as cold as in the northern states of US and coming here during this period could help to avoid the crowds.