Brunch Spots You Need to Visit This Weekend

If there's one thing people in the South love, it's brunch, and no one quite does it like we do. Next time you have a hankering for some bottomless mimosas or delicious brunch dishes, check out these five Baton Rouge standards first.

Mason's Grill

A Baton Rouge staple when it comes to brunch, Mason’s grill offers an extensive menu for brunch lovers. Though they¬†don’t offer bottomless mimosas, they more than make up for it with bottomless champagne and their “build your own” option for their award-winning Bloody Mason cocktail.

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Portobello's

So if you miss that bottomless mimosa option, Portobello’s has you covered. Other than offering brunch classics, they also have delicious hearty options like twin filet benedict to accompany those bottomless mimosas or champagne.

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Chime's Bar & Grill

With options like boudin omelets, how can you go wrong? Another staple in Baton Rouge, the highly popular Chimes restaurant has been serving the Baton Rouge community since 1983. If you don’t feel like your typical brunch beverage, their extensive beer menu is sure to please.

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Juban's

For the more decadent of brunches head to Juban’s. From lobster frittata to their boudin stuffed quail, these brunch options with a Louisiana flair are sure to please. Another perk: not only do they have your bottomless mimosas and champagne, but you can also fill up on their Bellinis as well.

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Bistro Byronz

Bistro Byronz is a no-brainer for most when it comes to where to go for brunch. Serving up the classics along with their signature frozen cocktails, they are the perfect place to relax and enjoy some great food.

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