Brew Ha-Ha!, the popular Mid City coffee shop, is opening a second Baton Rouge location at the Settlement at Willow Grove later this year.
The Bengal Tap Room, a new sports bar and grill located in the Third Street space formerly occupied by The Draft House bar, had a soft opening over the weekend and will begin regular operations next week.
Construction has begun on The Elysian II, a mixed-income apartment complex on Spanish Town Road in Downtown East. New Orleans-based Gulf Coast Housing Partnership, which is developing the project, closed on its financing Jan. 11 and immediately began site work. The project is expected to be complete in the spring of 2019.
Expanding Interstate 10 from the Mississippi River bridge to the I-10/12 split will take at least five years to complete, Louisiana’s transportation chief said Friday.
City Pork Deli & Charcuterie will open a restaurant in the LSU Design Building this spring. The cafe in the Julian T. White Design Atrium will sell signature sandwiches such as the Big Pig and the Cubano, along with house-made charcuterie and cheese boards. Grab-and-go sandwiches and salads also will be offered for students. The restaurant will […]
Principals from some of Baton Rouge’s most popular new eateries are teaming up to open two new establishments downtown in the building at 421 Third St.—a sports bar and grill, and a traditional Creole restaurant with a high-end private event space on its second floor.
Dirt is moving on a new office building under construction on Drusilla Lane near the Drusilla Village Shopping Center. Wolfe Washauer bought the properties at 3266 and 3280 Drusilla Lane for $840,000 in March. At the time, Washauer told Daily Report he planned to demolish the house and antique store on the property to make way for 28,000- […]
Kalurah Street Grill pastry chef Kaila Kay and executive chef Kelley McCann are planning to open a new bakery on the site of the former Jiffy Lube on Perkins Road near College Drive. Cane & Fig Artisan Bakery will have a storefront for retail customers but will also be a wholesaler supplying other restaurants, including Kalurah Street […]
A retail and office development anchored by a Geico insurance office is going vertical on Siegen Lane between Rooms To Go and Burgersmith. Geico insurance agent Mike Long and his family broke ground on the Siegen Professional Plaza development last week. Construction is tentatively expected to be complete in the spring.
The head of the Downtown Development District wants to turn a 20-acre site across River Road from the Pentagon Barracks into a park, with trails and fishing ponds. Since 1990, there has been discussion about developing the state-owned land, with plans to build boardwalks on the site.