Distance From Tiger Stadium: 11 Miles
Address: 9430 Jackie Cochran Dr, Baton Rouge, LA 70807
Airlines: American Airlines, Delta, United
Distance From Tiger Stadium: 68 Miles
Adress: 1 Terminal Dr, Kenner, LA 70062
Airlines: Air Canada, American Airlines, Air Transat Airlines, Allegiant, Southwest, Jetblue, Spirit Airlines, Sun County Airlines, Alaska Airlines, United, Delta, Frontier, British AirwaysVisit Website
- Great stadium. Lots of noise and energy. We were surprised how many people were on the sideline during pregame. They had us leave the field 15 minutes prior to kick off.
- We had a great time and got to meet Coach Brian Kelly, LSI SID, very nice special, world class venue.
- We talked with Michael Bonnette the SID/Associate AD. He took us on the field prior to game.
- The people would love to come to Orlando.
- The press area is amazing.
- Every fan and staff interaction were cordial and welcoming.
- Reserve a rental car in advance and hope for the best. The NOLA airport has offsite car rentals but is a little cumbersome.
- Be sure to make time to see the LSU band walk down the hill.
- Be sure to try the seafood and some fried ice cream!
- Any Cajun food is a massive hit!
- Cozy and intimate bar with cocktails and wine
- Small menu, good for happy hour
- Best known for their oysters and other seafood options
- Large food and drink menu
- Locations in both Baton Rouge and the French Quarter
- An upscale chef-driven restaurant serving an innovative take on Southern cuisine
- Food is a little on the pricey side
- There are a variety of menu options including crab cakes, Buffalo wings, spinach and artichoke dip, soups and salads, shrimp, crawfish, baby back ribs, seafood pasta, pork chops, oyster, catfish, turkey burger, Portobello sandwich and hot fudge sundaes. The Chimes boasts a diverse list of more than 130 different varieties of beer from throughout the world
- Extensive lunch and dinner menu, as well as a smaller brunch menu
- Known for their premium Louisiana raw & chargrilled oysters
- Located in the French Quarter
- Rooftop bar located on Bourbon Street
- Authentic Cajun and Creole cooking
We have been eating at this location since before 1993. Never have we had an unpleasant experience. It’s always AMAZING and DELICIOUS! -OpenTable
Always a great experience, wonderful food and service and love the atmosphere. Whenever we are in Baton Rouge we always stop and eat. -OpenTable
SITES TO SEE
Welcome to New Orleans — and the French Quarter. This neighborhood was the original city of New Orleans, a literally walled city founded by the French so they could command commerce coming up and down the Mississippi River. Although this is the “French” Quarter — and is also known as the Vieux Carre (“Old Square”) — much of the historical architecture here is Spanish in origin. During its long history, New Orleans has been administered by the French, the Spanish, the French (again!), and the USA.Visit Website
Mike the Tiger, a famed live Bengal Tiger that serves as the graphic image of all LSU Athletics teams, resides between Tiger Stadium and the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.
In 2005, a $3.7 million 15,000-square foot environment was created during the reign of Mike V that included lush planting, a live oak tree, a waterfall and a stream evolving from a rocky backdrop overflowing with plants and trees.
The backdrop of Mike’s Habitat features an Italianate tower – a campanile – that creates a visual bridge to the architectural vernacular that is the underpinning of the entire LSU campus. This spectacular habitat allows for state-of-the-art technologies, research, conservation and husbandry programs, as well as educational, interpretive and recreational activities. It is, in essence, one of the largest and finest Tiger habitats in the United States.Visit Website
Pass the time on the LSU Parade Ground, a pristine greenspace on campus for relaxing, recreation and events. The grassy area is anchored by the LSU Student Union, Memorial Tower and more campus attractions. On the parade grounds you’ll find people sunbathing, picnicking, playing sports, tailgating for LSU football games, and more.Visit Website
At the heart of LSU’s campus are two earthen mounds, architectural remnants created by Native Americans thousands of years ago – built by egalitarian hunter-gatherers and a subject of mystery and marvel for generations of admirers.Visit Website