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Rather than sticking to one type of cuisine, the chefs of Restaurant IPO delight palates with surprising pairings of southern Louisiana and international flavors. Inventive renditions of familiar regional favorites include southern-style egg rolls, with fillings of pulled pork and smoked gouda cheese grits, and blackened tuna, which arrives alongside a serving of housemade kimchi and mashed sweet potatoes tinged with ginger.

Guests enjoy the cuisine and muddled cocktails amid the eatery's rustic, yet somewhat industrial, decor, which features dangling Edison bulbs, and shabby-chic brick walls suspended between exposed wood beams. The dining room also features, "handmade cypress furniture designed and built by a local artisan," according to 225 magazine.

421 3rd St.
Baton Rouge,
LA
US

Cosmic Run provides a multisensory experience that pushes the limits of participants' imaginations with a mind-bending journey through a setting flush with dance music and fluorescent pops of color. As you run, witness futuristic, animated lighting effects before dancing the night away as world-famous DJs spin. During the festivities, you become a part of the cosmic canvas as glowing lights fill the space and the crowd takes on their otherworldly bright hues.

123 Main Street
Baton Rouge,
LA
US

Nikki Cayton and Dr. Stewart Cayton—the husband-and-wife duo who oversee operations at Lokka Med Spa—team up with a skilled staff to fight aging, cuticles, tension, and skin imperfections. Dr. Cayton draws on his expertise as a board-certified general surgeon to perform cosmetic treatments with Botox and Juvéderm injectables. He often consults with in-house laser specialist Gena Knaps, who recently earned her lightsaber after 18 years of intensive training. Located in the heart of downtown Baton Rouge, the med spa offers a relaxing counterpoint to the bustling activity just outside its doors.

334 3rd Street
Baton Rouge,
LA
US

We offer advice to people repairing there own cars. We have four levels of service. The first level is a picture or diagram. The second level of service is step by step instruction on how to replace an item. The third level of service is diagnosis help. The fourth level of service is talking one on one with a technician.

On Line
Baton Rouge,
LA
US

Schlittz and Giggles may have a funny name, but when it comes to food, this restaurant means serious business. Earning its name from the can of malt liquor it uses in every batch of its signature pizza dough, Schlittz and Giggles serves up savory New York style pies to its patrons in an effort to bring down even the biggest appetites. Try the cleverly-named My Big Fat Greek Pizza for a scrumptious blend of feta, artichoke heart, red onion, tomato, spinach, olives and basil that will kill your craving for Mediterranean flavor—or create your own pizza. Schlittz and Giggles aims to please, so come on down to Baton Rouge's favorite pizzeria and see what appeals to you.

301 3rd St
Baton Rouge,
LA
US

Kean's Fine Dry Cleaning's assiduous staff continues a 100-year tradition of dignifying duds by cleaning and preserving delicate garments with the utmost expertise. Their team of expert cleaners can refurbish a wide range of fabrics, removing smudges from shirts ($2.99+) or sport coats ($5.99+), stains from tablecloths ($18.79+), and wrinkles from the delicate fabric of time. Kean's Fine Dry Cleaning also offers a variety of cloth-renewing services such as pillow refurbishing, wedding-gown preservation, and leather maintenance. Visitors who drop off their normal laundry items before 9 a.m. can receive same-day cleaning, and all clients can take advantage of free button replacement, or sign up for pickup and delivery service.

439 N 9th St
Baton Rouge,
LA
US