Very nice laid back and love the service. Nice place to sit and have adult time.Bartender was excellent, and prepared her own special drinks, which were very Gd.
100 Lafayette StBaton Rouge, LA 70801
From Business: The museum, which overlooks the Mississippi River, contains more than 4,600 works highlighted in galleries featuring American and British portraiture, decorative …
I have gone to the bowling alley several times this last year in Gonzales, LA. I have been to a different movie theater in Baton Rouge once this year and was to the Malco theater in Gonzales, LA for the 720 pm showing for the Assassin's Creed movie. My wife requested that we go with our teenage son since she is currently 39 weeks pregnant to go to a movie. We had teenage kids running into our movie theater, tripping over my legs leaving a knee to my thigh (the wife and I were sitting in the handicap lane due to her being pregnant). The teenage kids were in and out of the movie theater 4 x's, then they were talking in back of the movie theater, going through the trash and generally were being disruptive. No less than 4 adults complained to the manager which sent in the security guard, he would watch them for 5 minutes or so then leave. It wasn't like it was in question as to which disruptive individuals it was. These individuals finally left to go torture some other paying customer's movie. I don't quite understand the problem especially since it had so many complaints to management (they seemed kind of anemic). I am writing to let ya'll know my experience and hope that in the future for the good of the customers that you value all of the customers that you have in your facilities.
Fantastic place for a game! It's an outdated building, but home to a number of legends who played there. Make sure to leave early enough to see Mike the Tiger on the way in!
Not a bad museum. However, the museum suffers greatly from poor exhibit maintenance. (The elevator was also out of order.) The museum has an excellent "interactive music exhibits" area where you can "hear the distinctive southwest Louisiana sounds of Cajun, zydeco and swamp pop, [and] Baton Rouge blues," which has five separate listening areas, of which four were completely out of order on 9/10/2015. The one that worked was very nice, but I really missed not getting to experience the rest of the music at the other four due either to the laziness, sloth, and negligence of the museum's directors, or to lack of funds. This museum is hardly the only one in the US that suffers from extremely poor exhibit maintenance, but that's no excuse. If the problem is a money problem, and the money required to maintain the place properly wasn't there at the outset, they should never have built the museum in the first place. They should either maintain their exhibits properly or shut the place down. Another very serious problem in the museum is lack of places to sit down. There ought to be at least 20 more such places than there are. The museum is very hard on the over-45 crowd or on people who find standing very uncomfortable (like myself). Because they have film clips longer than one minute around--and they have a lot of them--they need to put benches there so that the average person over 45 can watch them without suffering from leg pain, foot pain, and back pain due to having to stand through the whole thing. Overall, I found the museum extremely uncomfortable. Sometimes it is claimed by museums that the law prohibits benches in a lot of areas due to the need for wheelchair access. However, wheelchair access would not in any way be impeded by the construction of benches. In any event, if there really was an issue with wheelchair access then obviously the architects or curators who designed these museums and exhibits made a serious blunder in designing them in such a manner as not to allow both wheelchair access and benches.
Will drive a few more miles to the better ones....
it's a nice place, good deals, nice people