City Guides

Baton Rouge, LA

Get a closer look at Louisiana's capital city
view as slideshow

A Mississippi Mule at Beausolei Restaurant & Bar.

photo: Amy Dickerson

The Hakkekyjah Crab reboot at while-tablecloth stalwart Juban’s.

photo: Amy Dickerson

A patron at the Radio Bar.

photo: Amy Dickerson

Seasonal produce at Red Stick Farmers Market.

photo: Amy Dickerson

Antiques and art in the Mid City shopping district.

photo: Amy Dickerson

Magpie Cafe’s biscones.

photo: Amy Dickerson

Turn up the tunes at the Radio Bar.

photo: Amy Dickerson

Bartender Ken Milo at Hotel Indigo.

photo: Amy Dickerson

Chef Nathan Gresham at Beausoleil.

photo: Amy Dickerson

The Cove’s top shelf.

photo: Amy Dickerson

William McGhee (left) and Charles Caldwell, the duo behind Baton Rouge’s Tin Roof Brewing Co., raise a pint.

photo: Amy Dickerson

McGhee and a glass of Tin Roof Brewing Co.’s handcrafted ale.

photo: Amy Dickerson

Beausoleil Restaurant & Bar—where food is local and fresh, as always.

photo: Amy Dickerson

The Louisiana State Capitol building peeks above the city’s skyline.

photo: Amy Dickerson

Welcome to Baton Rouge; step aboard.

photo: Amy Dickerson

photo: Amy Dickerson

Jamie Hernandez, executive chef at Juban’s.

photo: Amy Dickerson

Southern hospitality meets contemporary style at Hotel Indigo.

photo: Amy Dickerson

Baton Rouge sign on the Mississippi River waterfront.

photo: Amy Dickerson

photo: Amy Dickerson

A string of art and antique boutiques line Mid City Shopping District.

photo: Amy Dickerson

Reaching for a whiskey on The Cove’s aptly named shelves.

photo: Amy Dickerson

A pick-up game at The Radio Bar.

photo: Amy Dickerson

The Horace Wilkinson Bridge over the Mississippi River.

photo: Amy Dickerson

photo: Amy Dickerson

Take a seat at Denicola’s Furniture Upholstery.

photo: Amy Dickerson