At Red Stick Mom, we have family fun in Baton Rouge for all seasons covered, as well as creative ideas for every member of the family. Our team of more than 25 Baton Rouge moms is always looking for activities, events, and inspiration for everything from how to host the perfect Baton Rouge birthday party for kids to hidden gems in Baton Rouge. We even have this resource for where kids eat free in Baton Rouge to help you save money while eating out with the family! Check out our favorite places to eat tacos in this Baton Rouge Taco Tour roundup.
I follow tacos. We are so #blessed to have access to easily the best food in the country. Yes, we have amazing seafood and Cajun cuisine, but y’all! The tacos. Where ever the tacos are, that’s where I’ll be and here are some places you’ll find me.
Baton Rouge Taco Tour Roundup.
Have you been here yet? If not, run don’t walk! This is one of only a few Mexican buffets and let me tell you. It’s legit. There are soft tacos and hard shell tacos and you can make your own taco salad (bonus!). There’s a huge line with soups, tamales, enchiladas, and more if you need to accompany your tacos. Whenever my sister is in town, we make lunch plans to eat El Magey and you better believe we don’t eat in advance for preparation.
The shrimp tacos here are perfection. Tortillas are made in house and depending when you come, you can watch them being made. The tacos are sooo good but the sides are incredible also. The chicken soup that pairs with the shrimp tacos is totally on par with the tacos with flavor. Just don’t eat too much chips and salsa before. You’re going to need room.
La Tienda Latina y Taqueria
It doesn’t get any more authentic than this little hole in the wall. The corn tortillas are the perfect texture to soak up the juices from the barbacoa. You get complimentary chips and salsa (always a win) and tacos are served with a green salsa with the slightest bit of heat. You can’t go wrong with the steak or carnitas tacos either.
Taqueria Don Beto
There’s two locations of Don Beto’s but the truck experience out weighs the restaurant. There’s something special about getting a bag of tacos and eating them in the back of your pickup with a soda in a glass bottle. Okay the restaurant experience is great too. You can’t go wrong either way! The tacos are served with cheese, grilled onions, and cilantro. What’s in the spicy sauces is a complete mystery to me but what a fun game it is to try to figure it out.
Crispy Catch on Perkins closed down, it is now a new restaurant called Bumsteers
Hi! They actually moved locations are now at the Mall of Louisiana!
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