The U.S. celebrates National Coffee Day on Sept. 29. Check out the best places around town to get your caffeine fix before a long day at school or work.
If you’re into coffee, teas, lunch and homemade cake balls, Brew Ha-Ha! is the best place for you. Stop by its location on Jefferson Highway, or wait until the shop opens its second location near Perkins Rowe before the end of 2018.
Light House Coffee
Light House Coffee made its way to Baton Rouge and opened on March 31 on Lee Drive. Light House Coffee has direct trade with their coffee farmers, which brings coffee beans straight from the coffee belt and into the hands of the shop’s roaster.
Highland Coffees, located at the historic North Gates of LSU, is the perfect place for students to read, visit with friends or work at a laptop while preparing for upcoming schoolwork. Its location near campus makes it convenient for anyone looking for a quick coffee stop before class.
The Baton Rouge native coffee shop is the perfect place if you’re babysitting or looking after the children in your life. Java Mama has a supervised play area where children 5 and under can explore, play and socialize. The shop is about to expand to Texas, Florida and the D.C. area.
French Truck Coffee
This Government Street coffee shop is the perfect location for those looking to enjoy a modern environment while they study, eat lunch or hang out with friends. The wholesale shop sells a variety of special coffees, teas and snacks.