The first night I was there, I drove around LSU and looked at the campus. It is a beautiful campus! I snapped a quick pic of Tiger Stadium where the football team plays. I would love to go to a game there!
Sammy's Grill. They had super yummy Cajun food. I ate red beans and rice and crawfish. And of course had my favorite beer- Abita Purple Haze. It has raspberries in it so it doesn't taste like beer.
Nottoway Plantation to do a little tour. I missed the inside tour by about 5 mins but the lady was so nice that she let me walk the grounds for free! I quickly snapped some pics of the house and the Mississippi River. I had to climb up to the top of the levee to get the last picture. I understand why the levee is there but it's sad to me that you can no longer see the river form the plantations. If you are ever in the Baton Rouge area, I highly suggest this plantation. You can even stay the night there!
The Little Village. It was soooo good! They are known for their bread so of course I had to try it. I got some roasted garlic to go with it. I also got a caesar salad and them lemon chicken. All were delicious and I would definitely go back again!
On the way back to the hotel, I drove by the Louisiana State Capitol. It's a gorgeous capitol and it looks lovely at night!Superior Grill. Since I was on a business trip, I could order more food than I normally would . When eating tex mex, queso is a must and I figured the fajitas were a safe bet. I was all good but not wonderful. I probably wouldn't go back given the fact that there are so many other places I could go. But it was quick and not super expensive so I'll take it. Then it was back to Houston just in time to go to Maroon 5 that night!