Fall Into Brunch at SoFAB

If you’re seeking new and interesting ways to get your brunch on, the Southern Food & Beverage Museum may have the answer. All October long, the museum will be celebrating the Southern tradition of brunch, invented in the 1870’s by Madame Begue, by hosting weekly pop-ups. Each three-course brunch is […]

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Meril Names a New Chef de Cuisine

Former pastry chef Bergen Carman has been promoted to chef de cuisine at Emeril’s Girod Street restaurant Meril. Carman has long been a valued employee within the Lagasse empire, starting as pastry cook in 2008 at Emeril’s Delmonico. She’s also been whipping it up as pastry chef at Meril since […]

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Boudin, Bourbon & Beer Goes Back-to-the-Table

In lieu of cancelling again this year due to the pandemic, the Emeril Lagasse Foundation has decided to forgo the traditional festival format and bring Boudin, Bourbon & Beer “Back-to-the-Table,” celebrating its cause and theme at individual restaurants around the city. “While our industry is still struggling, we are excited […]

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Pizza Plate Lunch

Back in May, I wrote an article for my $20 & Under column in Where Y’at Magazine on pizza. It’s been a lot easier to get pizza by the slice and/or personal pies lately and I wanted to cover a bunch of newcomers, including NOLA Pizza Co., a pizzeria located […]

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New Breakfast Spot Opens Uptown

The mystery folks behind Secret Birria (more tacos!) on Octavia Street have launched a breakfast restaurant in the same space! On Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 2pm, Secret Birria (which is on for an evening gig) becomes a Hairy Dog. Hairy Dog, @hairydognola on Instagram, touts “food for hungry […]

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