Where to Get Brunch in the 225

If you’re still on the hunt for the perfect brunch spot in Baton Rouge, you’re in luck. The city offers up the perfect brunch experience in a variety of ways. From the casual to the classy, there’s an egg-and-pastry-heavy weekend option for everyone.

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Bistro Byronz - Willow Grove
South Baton Rouge ● Oak Hills Place

Bistro Byronz - Willow Grove

Bistro Byronz is a new brunch spot with a unique twist.

It's located in the same building as a bowling alley, so it's a bit off the beaten path. But don't let that fool you, this is a brunch spot worth visiting as it was originally a mom and pop sandwich shop that has evolved into so much more.

They offer a special brunch on Sundays, called the Sunday Special. It's a mix of all their brunch items, served with a frozen mimosa, and it's a great deal.

Their menu includes a variety of options from a biscuit and gravy to a chicken and waffles to a "southern-style" breakfast. The brunch is served from 10 am to 3 pm on Sundays, so make sure to plan accordingly.

Ruffino's Italian Restaurant
Italian

Ruffino's Italian Restaurant

Ruffino's is the place to go for a Sunday brunch. They have a really great selection of brunch food and a full bar, so if you're feeling a little tired after church, you can come and have a drink and some delicious Italian food. With their fresh and tasty food, Ruffino's is a great place to go on a Sunday with classic brunch items and more inventive brunch menu choices like seafood arancini, pizza's and BBQ Shrimp.

Rouj Creole
South Baton Rouge

Rouj Creole

Rouj Creole is a Baton Rouge staple with a unique and delicious menu. Located just outside of the Baton Rouge city limits, the restaurant is located in a strip mall, and doesn't feel like you're in the middle of nowhere. Rouj Creole is famous for their catfish and grits, which is a dish that can only be found in the south. But if you're in the mood for something a little more unique, try their tournedos + shrimp. But if you're in the mood for something a little more familiar, try their chicken fried chicken, in short, there's something for everyone at this brunch spot.

Superior Grill - Highland
Mexican

Superior Grill - Highland

Superior Grill is the perfect place to come for brunch on Saturday or Sunday. It is located on Highland with another location on Government St., and has a beautiful patio with ample seating. The Chilaquiles are delicious, and they have a full bar. Their tacos are amazing, and their house-made chorizo is a must-try. If you're looking for a festive brunch, this is the place to go.

Mansurs on the Boulevard
Mid-City South

Mansurs on the Boulevard

Mansurs is one of the best upscale brunch spots in Baton Rouge. With a great patio, and a menu to match, they have something for everyone. They serve classic brunch fare like eggs benedict, but they also have a variety of appetizers and entrees like the fish and oysters. There is a diverse selection of cocktails to choose from and a full bar, so if you’re looking for a quick something specific, you're in luck.

BRQ Seafood and Barbeque
BBQ

BRQ Seafood and Barbeque

This Baton Rouge gem is the perfect brunch spot, offering a huge selection of menu items including benedicts, boozy drinks, and seafood. The cuisine is Southern, but the atmosphere is perfect for any occasion. The patio is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a leisurely Saturday or Sunday brunch.

Cocha
Downtown

Cocha

Cocha’s brunch menu is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. The dishes are both inventive and delicious, and the presentation is so beautiful you’ll want to take a picture and share it on Instagram. The Dutch baby is a perfect example of this, with the bread and egg cooked in a cast iron skillet and served with a side of fruit and maple syrup. The Benedict is served with a poached eggs on polenta cakes. These are just a few of the more creative dishes on the menu, which is served until 3pm on brunch days. One of the best spots in Baton Rouge for a restaurant that specializes in seasonal ingredients in inventive menus.

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