Hidden Gems in Baton Rouge
Le Creole is one of Hidden Gems in Baton Rouge.

1. Le Creole

18135 E. Petroleum Drive Suites F & G, Baton Rouge, LA
Restoran Khas Cajun dan Creole · 13 tips dan ulasan

Regions B.Regions Bank: Located at 18135 Petroleum Ave in Baton Rouge, Le Creole has crab cakes good enough to impress and San Francisco girl. Intimate and a great place for a celebration, date night or special treat.

BREC - Baton Rouge Beach is one of Hidden Gems in Baton Rouge.

2. BREC - Baton Rouge Beach

901 Stanford Ave (West Lakeshore), Baton Rouge, LA
Taman · 1 tips

Regions B.Regions Bank: Not touristy at all and very clean bathrooms. It has a sand beach and pier and if you are a runner, a marathon in October. Swim, boat and run all in one spot.

Butler Greenwood Plantation Bed & Breakfast is one of Hidden Gems in Baton Rouge.

3. Butler Greenwood Plantation Bed & Breakfast

8345 US Highway 61, Saint Francisville, LA
Museum Sejarah · 3 tips dan ulasan

Regions B.Regions Bank: Even if you are not a guest, the $5 tours will allow you to learn about the history of the people and cultures that make LA such and interesting state.

La Reyna is one of Hidden Gems in Baton Rouge.

4. La Reyna

13213 Perkins Rd, Baton Rouge, LA
Restoran Amerika Latin · 5 tips dan ulasan

Regions B.Regions Bank: 225 magazines call the fish tacos at La Reyna "outstanding." The restaurant specializes in Central American food and its rice is legendary. Closed on Sundays. Only 10 tables and always busy.

Strand's Cafe is one of Hidden Gems in Baton Rouge.

5. Strand's Cafe

7.6
226 Laurel St, Baton Rouge, LA
Kafe · Downtown Baton Rouge · 12 tips dan ulasan

Regions B.Regions Bank: Prosciutto & provolone croissant and vegan-friendly options available here. Most meals under $10 so stop by a Regions ATM and get cash on the way. Open Tues.-Sat.

Arsenal Park is one of Hidden Gems in Baton Rouge.

6. Arsenal Park

7.9
1000 N. 5th St., Baton Rouge, LA
Taman · Downtown Baton Rouge · 6 tips dan ulasan

Regions B.Regions Bank: Used in the Twilight Series film "Breaking Dawn," this park should be part of any Baton Rouge walking tour. The park overlooks Capitol Lake and it is peaceful place to take the scenery.