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Both the old and new capitol buildings make a great stop when touring Baton Rouge attractions. The new building is the tallest capitol in the US and is beautiful on the inside, while the old capitol building looks like a castle. Watching a game at Tiger Stadium is a rite of passage for visitors, while the levee offers a more relaxed experience and is a perfect daytime stroll or bike ride on the 2.5-mile path. Pack a lunch and take your time. Then when the sun goes down enjoy dinner at one of Baton Rouges incredible restaurants or grab drinks at one of their jazz lounges and dance clubs or just relax at one the pubs.


Bars and Date Spots:


Chealsea's Café
2857 Perkins Rd
Baton Rouge, LA 70808

Comfortable and unassuming, Chelsea's offers a good time without a lot of pretense. It also offers all sorts of distractions, from live music by great local talents to sports on the TV and, sometimes, open mic nights. Two full bars offer dozens of imports and domestic beers, and nightly specials make imbibing even more affordable. Music (generally Wednesday to Saturday) ranges from rock and blues to funk, and crowds always make the performances a terrific experience. Plus, the food menu's eclectic: fried catfish po'boys, crawfish risotto, curried vegetables, and burgers, for example.


Caterie Deli and Saloon
3617 Perkins Rd
Baton Rouge, LA 70808

Long-lived and much-loved, this place is a great gathering place for college folks and those just out of that scene. The Caterie always offers a good supply of fun, and its casual ambience means that anyone can stop by and feel comfortable. Although it's more familiar as a bar, the place offers tasty pub fare, including sandwiches, burgers, and classic po'boys. Local bands play throughout the week, and you can also shoot pool, try your hand at foosball, or just sit and enjoy well-priced beer and free conversation.


Fox and Hound English Pub and Grille
5246 Corporate Blvd
Baton Rouge, LA 70808

A cozy, pub-like ambience characterizes this bar and restaurant, which is a bit more upscale than some of the city's other establishments. The inviting place offers a variety of distractions, including big-screen TVs, awesome pool tables, darts, and even a small bowling alley. While folks often catch the game on the television, they also come for the good beer selection (bottled and draft), along with spirits and wines. If food is in order, you'll find everything from burgers and pizzas to barbecue and steaks.


Superior Grille
5435 Government St
Baton Rouge, LA 70806

Ideal for an after-work drink, this Mexican bar and restaurant has garnered quite a loyal following of professionals. It's especially popular on Thursdays, when happy hour has become the favored time to indulge in fantastic margaritas. Although the place gets crowded, it affords the perfect opportunity to mix with locals and see what's going on in Baton Rouge. Plus, live bands play Thursday through Saturday, and the food is zesty and satisfying. A one-stop shop for food, fun, and entertainment.


Roux House
143 3rd St
Baton Rouge, LA 70801

Weathered brick walls hung with gilt-framed mirrors set the scene for this hip establishment, which is a fabulous place to catch live blues and jazz with some funk and zydeco thrown in for good measure. If you need sustenance, the menu boasts a local flair, and beer and spirits are available. Regular events at the Roux House include live music and great happy hours. At times, dancing has even been known to happen. Any age is welcome for lunch but patrons must be 21 & older to enter after 4:00pm.


Varsity Theatre
3353 Highland Rd
Baton Rouge, LA 70802

Everybody knows the Varsity, Baton Rouge's nightlife mainstay near LSU's north gates. The place is best known for live music, and its roster has included Better than Ezra, The Wailers Band, Kevin Martin, and other rock, reggae, and alternative performers. When they're not around, you'll find sports on huge TVs, LSU game day events, and awesome dance parties. Most any time you go, the place is packed, but for a dose of local color and Louisiana fun, the Varsity is hard to beat.


Churchills Cigars and Elixers
7949 Jefferson Hwy
Baton Rouge, LA 70809

If you're tired of run-of-the-mill bars and lounges, Churchill's will take your tastes to a whole new level. The sophisticated establishment — a refuge of marble, crystal, and oak millwork — is a frequent haven for professionals and folks who appreciate the finer things in life, from premium cigars to top-notch liqueurs. Patrons can lounge about with a good stogie and a glass of port or catch the game on TV while enjoying a terrific glass of wine. Cigars include Dunhill, Arturo Fuente, Montecristo, and Macanudo. The extensive bar list also includes a supply of chic martinis.


2183 Highland Rd
Baton Rouge, LA 70802

Folks come to Baton Rouge from far and wide for the terrific music and fun atmosphere of the city's "biggest gay dance club." The energy at Splash runs rampant, thanks to nightly drink specials and awesome DJs. Plus, depending on the night, you'll also find drag shows, and karaoke events, theme parties, and even CD release promotions. Gay and straight patrons are both invited to kick it to the great music, and fun and camaraderie have no boundaries when the lights go up and the volume shifts to high.


Chimes Restaurant and Tap Room
3357 Highland Rd
Baton Rouge, LA 70802

A perennial favorite, this bar attracts all types within its dim, dark-wood interior. Proximity to LSU makes it a great college hangout, although it's much more than just a frat house stop-off. The Chimes' biggest draw is its huge supply of international beers more than 120 (plus 30-some on tap). Nightly drink specials make the selection even more affordable, and the energy picks up as the evening progresses, thanks to folks testing all the beer formulations. If you get hungry in the midst of drinking, the menu boasts everything from seafood to sandwiches, along with an array of local specialties. In addition, big-screen TVs televise the biggest games of the day, especially those which LSU competes in.


Clicks Billiards
5124 Corporate Blvd
Baton Rouge, LA 70808


If you're the type who can't just nurse a drink at the bar and be content, Clicks has got you covered. At this happening spot, folks grab a beer and take to the pool tables for some friendly competition or to try their hand at darts. If all that's a little too staid, you'll even find foosball tables and video games to test your mettle. To keep the energy up, live bands play often, both local and national acts, and patrons maintain a party attitude through anything that happens.

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