New eateries set for Heritage Crossing in Gonzales

Crumbl Cookies and Sonny's BBQ set to join Heritage Crossing development

Two popular chains are set to join the mixed-use Heritage Crossing development in Gonzales.

The development, which is currently under construction at the intersection of Highway 30 and S. Burnside, will add the popular Crumbl Cookies and Sonny’s BBQ to their growing profile.

Crumbl Cookie boasts 170+ rotating unique cookies in their famous pink box. The cookie chain has another location on Siegen Ln. in Baton Rouge.

Florida-based Sonny’s BBQ is adding to their expansive list of chains by opening up a new restaurant in Heritage Crossing. This will be the BBQ chain’s second Baton Rouge-area location. The company’s CEO recently told FSR Magazine they plan to open five new restaurants in 2023.

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Crumbl Cookie and Sonny’s BBQ join a growing list of businesses set to join Heritage Crossing’s 103 acre development in Gonzales. In 2022, the development announced Agave Blue Tequila & Taco Bar, Jersey Mike’s Subs, Geaux Clean Car Wash and Louisiana Casual Living would be joining the development.

A Chicken Salad Chick, Orangetheory Fitness, Tropical Smoothie Cafe’, Moreau Physical Therapy and Pho Viet Noodle House were among the first developments in Heritage Crossing. Businesses began opening at the Gonzales development in 2021 and 2022.

Heritage Crossing will include more than restaurants and businesses in their Gonzales development. The development will also feature a lakefront walkway, high-end housing and apartment complexes. The Price LeBlanc PACE Center will be at the center of the development. PACE is touted as a performing arts center that can host indoor concerts, conferences, banquets and other large events.

It’s unclear when the newly announced businesses will open. Construction is already underway on the PACE Center.

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