Baton Rouge restaurants permanently closed due to the coronavirus pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has caused some Baton Rouge restaurants to permanently close shop. See what has closed below and check back for updates. 

The Rum House

The Caribbean inspired restaurant shocked locals when it closed its doors on May 14. Although the Baton Rouge location closed after 6 years of business, the New Orleans location remains open.

(Source – The Rum House Baton Rouge) 

White Star Market

The Mid-City food hall was one of the very first in the food industry to shut down. This announcement came through Facebook on March 31, 2020. The Market housed 10 different food and drink businesses.

Luckily, some of those businesses are looking to open new locations.

One of those vendors, Gov’t Taco, has not announced a grand opening date, but it has found a new location. Gov’t Taco will be located at 5621 Government St.

Thaihey Thaifood landed a new location at 320 Lee Dr. The Thai restaurant has been open since May 23.

(Source – White State Market) 

Rama Thai Cuisine

The Perkins Road Overpass staple, Rama Thai Cuisine, announced the closing of its restaurant after 40 years.

(Source – WAFB) 

Check back for updates.