Gabby Loubiere Higgins
I opened Brew Ha-Ha in September 2004 thinking a coffee shop would be the perfect way to "work" & still be a full-time mom. I have a strong desire to be involved & support my community, so I like to stay involved with local artists, musicians and other community-building programs. The growth in Mid City Baton Rouge has been amazing to watch & be a part of. Since the roll out of the cake ball in 2006, the coffee shop has expanded to a bakery & a full service cafe serving breakfast & lunch daily, as well as many other dessert options, catering, art gallery, etc...
Getting to live my dream for the past 14 years has been such a blessing. I get to have meaningful conversations over coffee all day, help build my city, be a mother, and wife to my husband of four years. That is a win/win. Now I'd be lying if I said it has always been easy. Some days are still very, very hard. Regardless, I thank God every single day for what I get to do for a living. If we haven't met, well maybe it's time. I'd love to get to know you.