We’re Not In Kansas :: The Ruby Slipper Cafe Takes On Baton Rouge!

Disclaimer :: This is a sponsored post. However, the opinions stated are tried, true and tested. We genuinely loved our experience!

The Ruby Slipper CafeWe’re Not In Kansas :: The Ruby Slipper Cafe Takes On Baton Rouge!

The eagle has finally landed in Baton Rouge! For years, I have personally recommended The Ruby Slipper Cafe to friends and family in the Big Easy as the go to family friendly staple to dine at for breakfast, brunch and lunch. In New Orleans, we have always enjoyed great service and delicious meals. When there was talk of the Ruby Slipper jazzing up the culinary scene here in Baton Rouge, we couldn’t help but throw our praise hands up with excitement! Breakfast is good anytime of the day but throw in some classic Louisiana twists and it’s a match made in heaven.

The new location is located in Acadian Village off of Perkins Road and S Acadian Thruway. Our team was treated to an array of menu items such as their tasty house Mimosa, savory Bacon Bloody Mary, Signature Benedicts (Chicken St. Charles … YUM), popular biscuits and Bananas Foster Pain Perdu. We cannot even begin to describe the amazingness that we experienced. Everything from beginning to end was delicious, and the kids especially were happy (this part is SUPER important because if the kids love it, it’s a win)! We all enjoyed the lively atmosphere and friendly service.

The restaurant is open 7 days a week from 7am-2pm Monday through Friday and until 3pm on Saturday and Sunday. Be sure to check out The Ruby Slipper Cafe’s website here for their extensive menu and follow their Facebook page to keep up with the latest happenings!

Ericka P.
Ericka is originally a New Orleans gal who was raised to begin many dishes with a roux. Since 2011, she has happily embraced the Red Stick life with her husband of seven years, Tyler. Although she met her husband at an LSU game after her car broke down, they both attended Northwestern State University where she graduated with a Business Administration degree. After graduation, she and Tyler took a leap of faith and tied the knot. She dabbled in the corporate scene but eventually returned to school to pursue her passion for teaching and earned a Master’s degree in Elementary Education. She taught at an inner-city school in Baton Rouge for 3 years where she gained a family of students and colleagues alike. She’s traded in her beloved Expo pens and clipboard to stay home with her sweet and adventurous one-year-old son, Cullen. She is so grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the sisterhood of fellow moms. Motherhood has been the best roller coaster she’s ever been on and even at the most challenging times, she tries to remember to embrace the chaos and “bless this mess” mentality. Ericka loves a good conversation, coffee, empowering other women {because we can all use a little encouragement}, laughing, baking and making memories with her family.


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