The Local Palate Newsletter
Sign up to recieve news, updates, recipes, cocktails and web exclusives about food culture in the south

Share this article via email

Subscribe

Subscribe
Save 69% off of newsstand price now!

Subscribe to The Local Palate
Savor the South eNewsletter Subscribe Send as Gift Customer Service App Store Google Play

Sign up

Sign up to receive fresh recipes, gourmet getaway guides, and other tasty treats in your inbox.

6 Post-Game Day Brunch Spots in Baton Rouge

Advertisement
6 Post-Game Day Brunch Spots in Baton Rouge
The Chimes Restaurant & Tap Room Text by Cathy Juarez. Photo courtesy of Visit Baton Rouge

We all know that football culture in the South is not something to be taken lightly. That being said, the day after game day calls for one thing: brunch. Brunch has been around for years, but as of late, the brunch trend has taken America by storm.

Whether or not you’re a brunch aficionado, here are some can’t-miss brunch spots in Baton Rouge post-game day!
  1. THE CHIMES RESTAURANT + TAP ROOM
    Enjoy Louisiana comfort food just steps away from the gates of LSU’s campus. Perks of The Chimes? If you’re not into the standard brunch refreshments, you can quench your thirst with one of the many brews on tap.
  2. MASON’S GRILL
    Holy Bloody Mason. If you’re a fan of a good ole’ Bloody Mary, then Mason’s should definitely be on your list. Build your own Bloody Mason from a list of ingredients which includes your liquor, spices, fire and garnish. Want bacon or a beef straw in your Mason? No problem.
  3. OLIVE OR TWIST
    If you’re looking for a brunch full of spirited concoctions, Olive or Twist has you covered. This Baton Rouge bar is notorious for its unique and sophisticated cocktails, and has become a favorite around town for its Cajun brunch offerings and bottomless mimosas.
  4. BISTRO BYRONZ
    If you like your mimosa extra cold, try Bistro Byronz’s frozen mimosa paired with a traditional Louisiana dish like Creole grits and grillades or shrimp and grits.
  5. LOUIE’S CAFE
    A favorite pastime of many Baton Rouge locals since 1941, Louie’s Cafe offers you the ultimate brunch experience sans the alcohol. Not to mention, Louie’s is open 24 hours a day, so if you need a kick start on breakfast immediately after a night of celebrations, Louie’s has your back.
  6. CITY PORK
    If you’re craving a hearty brunch, City Pork is your place. Each brunch dish features some of City Pork’s best meats—even a bacon waffle!