Service, Quality, & Selection - Since 1941.

The Calandro name has been associated with the grocery business in Baton Rouge since 1941 when Brazil and Vennera Calandro opened a small corner grocery store on Government Street. The original Calandro’s grocery was also known as the Plee-zing Food Store.

We stock a huge selection of fresh, gourmet, and hard-to-find products.

Calandro’s Supermarket has the best quality and selection of Gourmet, Fresh, and “Hard to Find” foods that you want, as well as all of the grocery staples you will ever need. It’s a one stop shop! We have fully stocked Grocery, Produce, Bakery, Deli…

Unmatched Beer, Wine, and Spirits Selection and Expertise.

From Ales to Zwickerbiers, Bordeauxs to Zinfandels, Brandys to Whiskeys, and all of the brands and flavors in-between, Calandro’s has a beer, wine, and spirits selection that rivals even the best boutique liquor shops in Louisiana. Charles Calandro…

Come visit us at one of our two locations in Baton Rouge!

Calandro’s has been a mainstay in the Baton Rouge community for 70 years. Throughout these changing years, we’ve never lost our focus on service, quality, and selection for the Baton Rouge Community. Come visit us at Perkins or Government!

Calandro’s Blog


It’s Thursday. So What? Sooo…Weekly Calandro’s Deals!

Calandro’s Deals for 9/25/2014 – 9/30/2014 are ON! Items on special this week at Calandro’s include: All Walden Farms zero calorie, zero fat products USDA Select Sirloin Steaks & USDA Boneless Sirloin Tip Roast A whole bunch of different Whiskeys...

Deli Special Orders! Read All About It!

Did you know we have some of the best Deli Special Orders options in town? Boar’s Head meats and cheeses.  Calandro’s hand-crafted, homemade cheese spreads, dips, and salads IN BULK.  Fresh veggie and fruit trays right from local, homegrown farms (as much...

Did Someone Say “Fête Rouge”?

Well, we’re a little late with our announcement, given that Fête Rouge 2014 is tomorrow (8/22) from 7pm to 10pm at L’auberge Casino in South Baton Rouge.  And on the bad news side of things, the main fête (which for the newbies, means festival in French)...