In the South, people like to have fun. Whether you are going out to listen to jazz music while having drinks with friends, or taking a chance at gambling at the casino, Baton Rouge has fun for you. If you want to find out more information on the nightlife in Baton Rouge, check out this website, www.visitbatonrouge.com.

The Belle of Baton Rouge Casino

  Belle of Baton Rouge Casino is a riverboat with three floors of live gaming action. For those who want to place their bets on some nightlife activity, the casino is open around the clock, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. From the novice to the high roller, guests have many options to choose from including, video poker, keno, slots, poker, blackjack, roulette, craps and other table games.

If gambling is not tops on the list, the Belle has enough alternatives to keep anyone actively engaged. Live concerts from popular performing artists, professional boxing and a slew of other events can be found onboard. For hungry appetites, the Belle responds by offering many dining choices, which include the Atrium Buffet which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a Sunday Jazz Brunch. The Atrium Lounge has sandwiches, soups, salads and steaks. The Butler’s Pantry Deli serves up the famous po-boy sandwiches, by internationally acclaimed chef, John Folse. Shucks on the  Levee is for seafood lovers. The River Roast Café stays open late for that last cup of Joe and other sundries. And Churchill’s in the Atrium Restaurant & Cigar Bar provides an eclectic menu of steaks, pasta, seafood, and a wide selection of alcoholic beverages including cocktails and cigars.

Since the Belle is docked on the tranquil banks of the Mississippi River and is in the historic downtown district, it is easily accessible to the convention center and other notable attractions in the city. For more information call 1(800)676-4847.