Baton Rouge saw myriad new restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 2022

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The Tigre Room at Jubans / Courtesy Xdesign

From the ultra-swanky Supper Club to Tap 64, where Indian cuisine meets craft beer, new spots continued to help redefine the Capital City’s evolving culinary map this year. Here’s a look back on new restaurant, bar and cafe openings in Baton Rouge from 225 magazine:  

  • Spoke & Hub—The cycling-themed concept from City Group Hospitality that opened in February is a welcome addition to an increasingly pedestrian-friendly Mid City. The restaurant is equipped with bike racks, cycling merch and a designated bike maintenance area. But you don’t have to be a cyclist to appreciate its diner-style dishes—or its speakeasy’s craft cocktails out back. Spokeandhubbr.com
  • Supper Club—This new concept from Walk-On’s CEO Brandon Landry that opened in May aims to be the place to see and be seen. Inspired by uber-chic restaurants in Las Vegas and Miami, the luxe interior was designed to the nines.
  • The Shed—Barbecue devotees will no longer have to road trip to Mississippi for a taste of one of the South’s top-rated barbecue spots. Because the new restaurant took over the old home of The Oasis, patrons can enjoy the sandy volleyball courts, too. 

 See the full list of new places in Baton Rouge that opened in 2020 from 225 magazine.

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