Brew Ha-Ha now serving daily breakfast/brunch

A Mid City favorite, Brew Ha-Ha has expanded its food offerings.

The coffee shop now features a few breakfast and brunch dishes, daily from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Those dishes include biscuits and gravy (yes, OK), cinnamon French toast (uh huh, will eat, 10/10), a hot egg skillet (more, please, thanks), and breakfast sandwich or wrap (all right, take my money).

Brew Ha-Ha is located at 711 Jefferson St., Suite 2-A. For more information, call (225) 923-1923 or visit facebook.com/brewhahabr.

City Pork lines up dinners, events

City Pork knows no chill.

The Kitchen & Pie location at 6721 Exchequer Drive will host Bourbon, Brews & BBQ on Saturday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. The event features a cochon de lait, cocktails and music by Voodoo Bayou. Tickets are $40. VIP access is $100. The event benefits Special Ops Survivors. For more information, visit specialopssurvivors.org/bourbon-brews-bbq-baton-rouge-la-june-18.

Save some room in that belly because on Thursday, June 23, at 7 p.m., the Deli & Charcuterie at 2363 Hollydale Ave., will host a Left Hand Brewing beer dinner. The event features four courses paired with a variety of beers and is $75 per person. Call (225) 300-4550 to reserve your spot.

Galatoire’s Bistro beer dinner

Louisiana beer and Galatoire’s Bistro’s food is always a win-win pairing. The Baton Rouge restaurant at 3535 Perkins Road will host its third annual Louisiana Beer Dinner on Thursday, June 23, at 7 p.m.

The five-course meal features beers from Parish, Bayou Teche, NOLA, Gnarly Barley, Southern Craft and Great Raft breweries paired with dishes by executive chef Kelley McCann.

Tickets are $65 per guest. Call (225) 753-4864 for reservations.

Fresh Fest rolling

Red Stick Farmers Market’s annual summer Fresh Fest celebration is rolling right along.

Each Saturday, the downtown market is celebrating a different product with a themed demonstration, recipe cards and special activities.

Saturday, it’s a “Blueberry Bash,” with a demonstration from chef Don Bergeron, of Bergeron’s City Market.

The market is open 8 a.m. to noon at Fifth and Main streets. Red Stick Farmers Market also offers a year-round Thursday market at 6400 Perkins Road, behind Pennington Biomedical Research Center from 8 a.m. to noon.

For more information, visit breada.org.

Random thoughts while in Boston

That lobster roll from Row 34 was buttery, rich and good. Trillium Brewing Company should be on everyone’s radar. Why am I eating onion rings with everything? I ate a burger named after LeBron James, and he won the game that night ... just saying! I should have called more people “Good Will Hunting.” The short-rib grilled cheese from Tatte Bakery and Cafe is one of the best things I have eaten this year.

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