Angie Dyer, a lady who brunches from New Orleans East, is award-winning digital producer, fiction writer, and public relations and brand strategist working in higher-education. She is a board member of the BeyHive since 1998, is constantly practicing her NPR voice, and can be found taking over for the '99 and the 2000.
One word: rummosa. From the oxtail and eggs to the jerk chicken and waffles, you’ll feel like you’re on vacation at brunch.
I can’t think of any better way to help celebrate Jazz Fest’s 50 years of joy than with something else that brings me joy: BRUNCH.
At least twice a month, a friend is in my DMs asking what’s the best place for bottomless mimosas. You asked, I deliver, babies. Here are some of my favorite places to indulge responsibly on bottomless whatever!
This new tradition of the holiday brunch has that same Christmas magic as the dinner, we just get to enjoy it before the twinkling lights and inflatable snowmen turn on.
There’s a wide variety of choices from the amazing breakfast sandwich, to the Costa Rican breakfast for those looking for a little huevos, and fresh omelettes of all sorts. And it’s a brunch spot that won’t break your pocketbook!
Refuel has added so many new things to their menu. They, just like my girls and I, seem to get better with age.
Copper Vine is probably one of the best brunches this crazy city with cars in the drains has to offer. Come for the food and drinks, stay for the decor, and please don’t forget to stunt on the ‘Gram when you take your pics in the bathroom hallway.
Nolé took over the former Cheesecake Bistro on St. Charles Avenue, and honestly, it’s a perfect replacement. It’s a place with an impeccable culinary marriage of all things New Orleans and all things Latin America.
Bearcat Café is a dry brunch of sorts, but where they lack in mimosas they make up for in bottled lemonades of different flavors, teas and impeccable meals.