We’ve compiled a list of the top 225 things to do in Baton Rouge during a pandemic including some of the top Outdoors & Recreational activities. Click here to see the full list from our guide.
If you haven’t had these classic Baton Rouge experiences, have you really lived in Baton Rouge? Now is a great time to support these Capital City staples, whether it’s by dining in where there’s limited seating to ensure diner safety, or ordering pick-up or takeout.
Check out the first 3 food-related fun from our guide below:
1.) Sip a tried-and-true classic root beer float from Frostop.
The root beer float in a frosted mug has been iconic for decades, so much so that you can see the giant mold of it out front from a ways away. frostoprestaurant.com
2.) Switch up your lunch break plans and head to American Market.
Get the pressed Cajun turkey sandwich at this Nicholson Drive convenience store long known for its inexpensive pressed sandwiches. Find it on Facebook.
3.) Eat biscuits for breakfast, lunch and dessert.
With a smokehouse and a broad Southern menu that includes fruit-topped hotcakes, Frank’s feels like diner heaven. But what you really come for are the self-described world-famous biscuits. Order them with breakfast, doozied up with grilled shrimp and Creole sauce or chicken fried steak, or stuffed with fruit filling and topped with whipped cream. franksrestaurantla.com
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225 Things to Do in a Pandemic is sponsored by BREC, the East Baton Rouge Public Library, Window World and Raising Cane’s.
See a preview of the other categories of things we recommend to do in Baton Rouge below or click here to see the full guide.