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The 10 Best Brunch Spots In Baton Rouge, Louisiana
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The 10 Best Brunch Spots In Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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Updated: 25 October 2016
Baton Rouge, the capital of Louisiana, is a city bustling with attractions and activity. It is also a culturally rich city, welcoming people from various European and African nations. We have listed the 10 best places to have brunch in Baton Rouge.
Mason's Grill kabobs | © Clark/Flickr
Mason’s Grill kabobs | © Clark/Flickr

Mason’s Grill

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Mason’s Grill

Mason’s Grill is a family-owned restaurant which serves breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner. Mason’s was a coffee house with nine tables serving a small variety of homemade goods. Current owner and head chef Mike Alfandre turned the place into a full service restaurant. Mason’s Grill’s philosophy is that food should be high quality, contain fresh local ingredients, and be affordable. The staff provides great service and believes every customer should be treated as though they were family. The Alfandre family invites locals and tourists to sample award-winning dishes such as the Bloody Masons and Cajun Shrimp Burger.

Address & telephone number: 13556 Jefferson Hwy, Baton Rouge, LA, USA +1 225 756 8815

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The Kolache Kitchen

A kolache is a hot baked pastry usually filled with meat, cheese, or fruit. Because the pastry is original from Central Europe it wasn’t well known in the United States. Therefore, Will Edwards decided to create a place where Americans could enjoy kolaches. In 2013, The Kolache Kitchen opened near Louisiana State University and many locals frequent the restaurant. Customers can enjoy The Kolache Kitchen’s tacos, empanadas, cinnamon rolls, and kolaches. Although the restaurant is mainly a breakfast place, early lunch is also served. The lunch menu consists of sandwiches and tacos and is very popular among LSU students.

Address & telephone number: 4245 Nicholson Dr, Baton Rouge, LA, USA +1 225 757 6666

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GOYaYa’s Crepes

Before becoming a popular restaurant. GOYaYa’s Crepes was a food truck. The food truck attracted customers in the downtown area because of its fresh fruit and vegetables. The best part about the food truck’s conversion into a diner is that now customers can sit inside an air-conditioned space. The restaurant offers a wide variety of ingredients and menu options. GOYaYa’s Crepes serves coffee, Asian bubble tea, fresh made soups, crepes, and barbecue meals. For those who loved the food truck, owner Kevin Black promises the food truck will continue once the restaurant grows.

Address & telephone number: 501 Main St, Baton Rouge, LA, USA +1 225 610 8884

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Beausoliel Restaurant And Bar

Beausoliel Restaurant and Bar serves Southern cuisine in a casual bistro environment. Interior designer Albert Noland created the restaurant having in mind a modern and casual neighborhood bistro which would be a great place to enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Beausoliel Restaurant and Bar is the perfect place for family and friends to mingle, eat, drink, and be merry. Since the restaurant is located in a busy part of town, customers visit often to escape the hustle and bustle. Visitors can try comforting meals such as smoked salmon, French onion soup, seafood salad, shredded rabbit, and the house omelet.

Address & telephone number: 7731 Jefferson Hwy, Baton Rouge, LA, USA +1 225 926 1172

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Louie’s Café

Known as the hangout spot for Louisiana State University’s students, Louie’s Café proudly serves cheeseburgers, omelets, and hashbrowns. Students and staff frequent this place because of its convenient proximity to LSU. However, this isn’t the only reason why locals love Louie’s Café. The menu consists of many healthy and vegetarian-friendly options such as the Phyllis sandwich, veggie omelet, and fresh fruit salads. The staff works hard to ensure customers are well-fed at all hours of the day, which is why the restaurant is open 24/7.

Address & telephone number: 3322 Lake St, Baton Rouge, LA, USA +1 225 846 8221

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Portobello’s Grill

In 1996, Kiva Guidroz opened Portobello’s Grill to pay homage to her Italian roots. Her dad taught her how to cook, which later inspired her to start a restaurant. The motto of Portobello’s Grill is ‘Every guest, every plate, every day’, and in this restaurant they pay attention to the little things. The restaurant’s menu consists of Italian cuisine and Southern comfort food. Guidroz uses local and fresh ingredients. Visitors can embrace the warm atmosphere by conversing with family, friends, or business partners. The restaurant is the ideal spot for hanging out and enjoying life and good food.

Address & telephone number: 7622 Old Hammond Hwy, Baton Rouge, LA, USA +1 225 923 3222

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Bistro Byronz

Bistro Byronz embodies the definition of a Louisiana bistro. It offers a menu which combines French flavors with Louisiana spices. Local favorites are the Byronz bread, the Big Byronz, the corn and shrimp soup, the Byronz chef salad, and the Heavenly Hash. Customers will be delighted by the food and attentive service of Bistro Byronz. Additionally, the food menu is complemented by an extensive selection of wine and beer.

Address & telephone number: 5412 Government St, Baton Rouge, LA, USA +1 225 218 1433

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Magpie Café

Magpie Café is a community based café specializing in local, seasonal, and organic food. Each day, customers can sample food made with the best ingredients purchased from farmers, dairies, and bread artisans. Magpie Café uses healthy ingredients because it believes everyone should be mindful about what they eat. Diners can savor scones, quiche, paninis, and muffins among other items accompanied by a good cup of coffee. The coffee is made the Italian way, with a single cup brewing method. Espresso lovers should definitely come here for their coffee.

Address & telephone number: 3205 Perkins Rd, Baton Rouge, LA, USA +1 225 366 6885

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Waffle House

Waffle House’s mission is to deliver a unique experience to customers by offering great food, excellence service, amazing prices, and a welcoming atmosphere. In 1955, Joe Rogers and Tom Forkner opened the first Waffle House in Atlanta, Georgia. Soon after, they opened more restaurants in the South-east thanks to their success. When guests enter the restaurant, they will notice the jukebox in the corner, which plays classics and modern hits. Waffle House’s success can be attributed to the great food at affordable prices which gathered a following of loyal customers.

Address & telephone number: 2363 College Dr, Baton Rouge, LA, USA +1 225 927 6234

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Coffee Bean Cafe

For ten years, Coffee Bean Café has been the place where locals can enjoy a hot full breakfast. The menu is loaded with omelets, breakfast sandwiches, waffles, and pancakes. For lunch, customers can enjoy juicy burgers, healthy salads, sandwiches, and wraps. Hot soup is served daily and makes for a great brunch option. Coffee Bean Café also has an extensive selection of muffins, cinnamon rolls, and pastries. Visitors can complement their meals with a comforting cup of coffee or a variety of other drinks.

Address & telephone number: 12177 Coursey Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA, USA +1 225 291 9870