249 Rushing Road
Denham Springs, LA 70727
Phone: (225) 243-7210
Fax: (225) 271-4860
Bars & Cafes
Like the cartoon series that inspired its decor, this place is fun for all ages. Try the meatloaf- it's not Mom's but it sure is good. The varied American menu, like something out of the 50s with a hip 90s spin, is sure to please most guests. The music piped overhead will get your foot-tapping, but isn't too loud. This is a nice, casual place for the kids or the child within us all.
For exotic steaks and seafoods, head straight to the award winning Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar. They have it all, an elegant ambiance serving delicious food perfect for fine dining. The service too is warm and professional. Some of the dishes you may want to try here are the salads, prime rib eye, prime filet, mac and cheese and lots more. The wine and cocktails menu is extensive, so complement your meals with a great drink. They also offer their space for private dining, celebrations and parties. For more information, call ahead.
This pirate themed local watering hole is known for their outlandish 10 page spirits menu and unrivaled selection of draft beer. With a separate cocktail and beer bar, patrons can rest assured The Cove take their craft seriously. With mixologists and beer masters who are some of the best in the business, don't be afraid to ask for drink suggestions or explanations. And don't forget to inquire about the daily drink specials, there's always something new and exciting to toast to at this gem of a bar!
Serving as a bar and restaurant, this Baton Rouge establishment has one of the largest whiskey selections in all of Louisiana. With 136 beers on draft, the hops selection isn't too shabby either. The Pelican House Tap Room and Whiskey Bar features a spacious interior and also has an enclosed patio. The tap room and lounge area are perfect for grabbing a drink after work and the dining room offers patrons a small, yet well-crafted upscale menu of pub and American cuisine. Live music can be heard on the weekends and the latest game is always on one of the many televisions.
Tucked away next to a waffle cafe, the Port Royal can hardly be noticed as it looks quite plain from the outside but you'll be surprised when you walk in. This dive bar is offers people exactly what they're passionate about- beers and whisky. They have over 400 different varieties of bottled beer alone and not just that, in case you want to know more about the beer, feel free to ask them. The waiters and bartenders are quite knowledgeable about all the drinks on the menu and off the menu as well. Though they don't serve food, this place is pretty good too just sit and enjoy a beer.
One of the trendiest bars in Baton Rouge, the Radio Bar is a cocktail bar that has grown in popularity in the city. The bar offers and is known for their whiskey cocktails which is must have. Besides this, their beer collection is also impressive. The most interesting part about this bar is the radio app that they stream and play music from. Visit them to hang out with friends and enjoy a drink.
This community driven cafe and coffee shop prides itself on their healthy, yet delicious cuisine and expertly made, fair-trade gourmet coffee. Sourcing ingredients such as their milk, produce and bread from local vendors, Magpie Cafe ingredients have been grown or made nearby. More than just your average coffee shop, Magpie Cafe serves up delicious, yet health driven offerings like red lentil soup, freshly pressed veggie juice, honey lattes and more.
The name Spanish Moon might paint a picture of a quiet little joint, with two musicians serenading to a Spanish guitar. However, this nightspot is exactly the opposite, in a good way of course! Frequented by the young party-goers of Baton Rouge, this bar offers more than just drinks. It guarantees its visitors a good time. Open till the wee hours of the morning, one can unwind at Spanish Moon while listening to the live bands belt out some foot-tapping tunes.
Blend combines a perfect, relaxed atmosphere with what just might be the best wine and drink selection in town to create a wonderful nighttime environment. More than just drinks, the kitchen here serves up a variety of sharing plates to go along with cheese and meat plates. Those who like variety will probably want to try the wine flight, which allows guests to sample a selection of favorite wines.
An eatery trying to break the mold, the Restaurant IPO is a place that strikes a perfect balance between traditional and fusion. This joint offers traditional meals with a twist of flavors that surprise your taste buds. Here they believe that food and drink are a type of art, hence they play with flavors and spices to produce unique dishes. Visit them today for a truly unique meal.
Red Star is a local watering hole that offers a pleasant environment to sip down your favorite drink while hanging out with your buddies. Featuring a variety of drinks, at Red Star you can choose from chilled beers to heady cocktails. Apart from that, it also hosts interesting events like theme parties, Karaoke nights and live music concerts throughout the week. So next time you are looking for a chilled-out bar, simply head to the Red Star.
Replacing the L Bar, Mud and Water provides a much needed boost to the local live music scene of Baton Rouge. The bar, which opened its doors in October 2012, has become a favorite hangout for the locals who walk in here religiously to gulp down a few drinks and watch the concerts of local and national artists/ bands. Famous Louisiana-based performers like Oceans and Chimneys, Matthew Schwartz and Peter Simon trio have already graced the stage of this thriving live music haunt.