Thursday, September 10, 2015

Sunday Brunching at Beau Vines

Written By Tori Ward,  CVB Marketing/PR Assistant

Whether you wake up early to go to church or use your Sundays for sleeping in, we all know that Sundays are the “lazy day” of the week. Sundays are a time for relaxing, spending time with family and afternoon naps. But in Louisiana, Sundays are also for brunch. And if you’re going to brunch, you might as well do it right.

Benedict Beau Vines
Beau Vines Steakhouse in Ruston, La. serves up a gourmet brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Sunday. Don’t let your preconceived notions of “gourmet” keep you away, because this brunch is not only delicious, but quite affordable. At Beau Vines, they’ve perfected their Sunday brunch to make it an all-around enjoyable experience. Sit back, relax and enjoy a mimosa or Bloody Mary to start your meal. Fun fact: Bottomless mimosas are only $8, and they are quite tasty.

The brunch menu is a single page long, but offers classic brunch dishes, some of which have a signature Beau Vines twist. You can choose from two mouthwatering appetizers and five savory entrees that each offers their own unique flavor. Try the Benedict Beau Vines for their spin on Eggs Benedict, or indulge in the crème brûlée French toast. They even offer chicken and waffles, a southern tradition that brings two favorites together in one tasty dish. Every dish is cooked to perfection and has flavor for days. 

Brunch menu (click to enlarge)
Aside from truly delicious food and wonderful service, Beau Vines provides a relaxing atmosphere that’s perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon. Let the week’s worries melt away as you unwind while listening to some classic jazz in this dimly-lit atmosphere. I dare you to not enjoy yourself.

Make sure you go experience Beau Vines' brunch for yourself because if you haven’t, then you’re missing out on one of the best meals Ruston has to offer. The ideal atmosphere, quick service and incredible food will keep you coming back weekly for this unbeatable Sunday brunch.

For more information on Beau Vines' Sunday brunch, visit their website

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