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Brunching at Beau Vines

April 13, 2018Written by: Amanda Quimby Carrier, TMP

Sundays are a time for rest and relaxation. In Louisiana, Sundays are also for brunch. Whether you dine solo, with your best friend, special someone, or with the whole family – Beau Vines knows how to do brunch right.

Beau Vines Steakhouse in Ruston, LA serves up a gourmet brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Sunday. And it’s not only delicious, but an experience all its own. Beau Vines has perfected their Sunday brunch to make it an all-around enjoyable time. Sit back, relax and enjoy a mimosa or Bloody Mary to start off your meal.

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📷: @brooke_kenney

 

The brunch menu is a single page long, but offers classic brunch dishes, and some with a signature Beau Vines twist. You can choose from mouthwatering appetizers like crab cake beignets or sweet potato waffle fries with bacon and caramel sauce. The savory entrees each offer their own unique flavor. Try the Benedict Beau Vines for a spin on classic eggs Benedict or indulge in the crème brûlée French toast. Beau Vines even offers chicken and waffles, a southern tradition that brings two favorites together in one tasty dish.

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📷:@southern_bites

 

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📷: @beauvinessteakhouse

 

Aside from truly delicious food and wonderful service, Beau Vines provides a relaxing atmosphere that’s perfect for an easy Sunday. Experience Beau Vines' brunch for yourself and see what you’ve been missing. The ideal atmosphere for dining, friendly service, and incredible menu options will keep you coming back weekly for this unbeatable Sunday brunch.

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📷: @nommingthroughthesouth

 

For more information on Beau Vines and get the first taste of off-the-menu items and specials, follow them on Facebook and Instagram or visit their website. Already a brunch fan? Tag #RustonEats in your photos to be featured on the Experience Ruston Instagram.





About the Author

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Amanda Quimby Carrier, TMP

Amanda is originally from Franklin Parish but has called Ruston home for several years. She has a passion for travel and tourism, event planning, and showcasing Ruston & Lincoln Parish. As the President & CEO, Amanda leads the CVB's sales and marketing efforts to promote the area and oversees all administrative functions of the CVB.

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