Brunch season is back in action in the Red Stick! From grits and grillades to morning benedicts, experience a taste of Baton Rouge at local favorites for dine-in, outdoor seating, or take-out!


Mason’s Grill - Voted 2019 & 2020 Best Brunch

13556 Jefferson Hwy. 


Saturday and Sunday

Mason’s is the defending champion of the Best of 225 Brunch award, and it sure does live up to the title! With bottomless mimosas, famous Bloody Mary’s, and a home-style menu, this is the perfect place to go on a Saturday or with the whole family on Sunday.

“Mason’s brunch was so yummy!! Coffee lovers… their nitro vanilla cold brew is a must have!” -Ashlyn L.


Bottomless champagne for $6... thinking this may be our new Sunday spot 😍

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Beausoleil Restaurant & Bar

7731 Jefferson Hwy 



Often called “a hidden treasure,” Beausoleil does not disappoint with Creole flavors. Their brunch menu holds classic dishes with a slight twist—great for any type of brunch-goer!

“The Mississippi Mule is an absolute must if you like Moscow Mules. Our entrees were amazing as well, but oh my gosh, the bread pudding. We heard a hallelujah chorus. Highly highly highly recommend.”

-Chelsea J.


Elsie’s Plate and Pie 

3145 Government St. 


Saturday & Sunday

Winning Best Overall Restaurant in the 2020 Best of 225 Awards, Elsie’s is the must-try eatery in the city. Named after Chef Paul Dupre’s grandmother, Elsie Campeau Rupe always had three things when a guest visited her home: a hug, your favorite meal, and pie for dessert. Elsie’s carries on that legacy with its welcoming environment, incredible dishes, and the best pie you’ve ever had. Their brunch menu is a mouthwatering blend of savory and sweet that will leave you satisfied. 

“From its sunny atmosphere to its wonderful blend of French and Cajun cuisine, Elsie’s is a must-eat for anyone wanting to experience a true taste of the capital city.” -Joseph M.


Frank’s Restaurant

8353 Airline Hwy. 


Also known as the “home to the best homemade biscuits in the world,” Frank’s is a go-to spot for anyone looking for a traditional, down-home southern breakfast. We’re drooling just looking at their menu! 

"Great home cooked meals, large portions, and the best biscuits in town!"

-Linda D.


Overpass Merchant 

2904 Perkins Rd. 



Located under the Perkins Overpass, this bustling restaurant features some of the best specialty drinks and breakfast plates. They even have a biscuit menu which varies from classic with jam to fried chicken or ham and egg sandwiches! Sit under the large outdoor tent to bask in the gorgeous Baton Rouge weather while you enjoy your meal. 

“A quaint little place with a great staff and wonderful atmosphere! THE go-to place for Sunday brunch. The brunch menu is full of many great dishes, especially like the biscuits. Definitely worth trying.”

-Rick G.


Olive or Twist

2122 Perkins Palm Ave. 


Saturday & Sunday

Bring your friends and family, and see what locals have been raving about! You’ll want to keep coming back to Olive or Twist for their award-winning cocktails. Their bottomless craft mimosas come in 11 flavors including rose, lavender, and mango. The brunch is next-level with amped up versions of southern favorites like Truffle Steak and Eggs and Bananas Foster French Toast.

“My go-to brunch place! I recommend the French toast because the sauce is amazing.”

-Vivian D.


Before you take a bite, make sure to snap a pic and tag #ExploreBatonRouge! See our list of open restaurants to taste even more of what the Capital City has to offer.