The Baton Rouge Food Tour knows where to go, what to see, and where the history is both significant and offers plenty of factual information. The Baton Rouge Food Tour has introduced many different ways to discover the hidden gems that await you around family cafes and upscale restaurants. The food is promised to be delicious, and the tours are both well informed and cleverly designed to wind their way around some of Louisiana’s delicious foods.
Baton Rouge on a Larger Scale
Baton Rouge Food Tours is about so much more than just food. There is also the option of visiting the museum and the company also promotes art and culture, attractions, shopping, and historical sites. A few of that stand out are the Audubon State Historic Site and Oakley House, Blythewood Plantation, Evergreen Plantation, Madewood Plantation, and Nottoway Plantation and Resort. The attractions include beautiful gardens, aquariums, and haunted houses, and can be a great way to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. There is also a zoo, a brewery, and a 1913 nightclub as well as much more.
The Baton Rouge Walking Food Tour
The Baton Rouge Food Tour is one of the main attractions in Baton Rouge and has some of the most knowledgeable tour guides who will be able to name pretty much any of the historical buildings and places that pop up during the walking tour. If you’re in luck, you might even get the chance to go on a walking tour with head tour guide Kim, who certainly knows her stuff when out and about in Louisiana. The company likes to connect with its followers on social media and features a number of top posts to engage with their readers. There are posts that keep the walking tours vibrant and fresh, like “Restaurant Week,” with a list of restaurants that went down a treat, and President Obama visiting their first tasting at the “Poor Boy Lloyd’s Seafront Restaurant” as well as listings on “25 best things to do in Louisiana” and “The Best Downtown Baton Rouge Burgers.”
Reviews are extremely important when it comes to drawing in the plaudits, and Baton Rouge Food Tours has done itself proud, with reviews ranging from “amazing food tour” to “simply the best!” Kim’s name crops up in many of the reviews, as do the food, locations, cafés, restaurants, and delicious drinks, which all went down a treat with many of the guests.
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Downtown, 200 Florida St, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, website, Phone: 800-662-3241