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Archived Since:September 12, 2016

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Alon Shaya Is No Longer Executive Chef at Shaya

He’s also been replaced at Domenica Shaya now has a new James Beard award-winning chef leading its kitchen: Zachary Engel, who won the Rising Star Chef Award while he was chef de cuisine at Shaya, has taken over Alon Shaya’s spot as executive chef. Show More Summary

Big Freedia Explains Booty Poppin’ Potatoes at Liberty’s Kitchen

But did she twerk while she was there? On tonight’s episode of Fuse’s Big Freedia Bounces Back, the Queen of Bounce gives a lasagna-making lesson to the folks at Liberty’s Kitchen while she explains a different specialty of hers — aShow More Summary

Peak Inside Curio, the Eclectic French Quarter Bistro That Just Opened on Royal

It’s the newest big deal opening from Creole Cuisine Restaurant Concepts Curio, the new, eclectic French Quarter bistro from ever-expanding Creole Cuisine Restaurant Concepts, just opened on the corner Royal and Bienville among the area’s well-known antique shops and art galleries. Show More Summary

Simone’s Market and Shaya Get Together for a Family Dinner (You’re Invited)

Plus, Restaurant August Chef Todd Pulsinelli drops a new hip hop album, and Seaworthy serves Crew Mess EVENTWIRE — Simone Reggie of Simone’s Market brings her Lebanese family dinner, which has become a Sunday tradition at her market on Oak Street, to Shaya on Thursday, September 28. Show More Summary

Chefs John Besh and Alon Shaya Are Splitting Up

Shaya will no longer be part of the Besh empire In a stunning split, megastar dream team John Besh and Alon Shaya have made the first moves to dissolve their business relationship. Brett Anderson reported today that the “high-octane,...Show More Summary

The Last Popeyes Buffet in the World is in Lafayette

Plus the Chef Isaac Toups goes shirtless in ‘soulful and sexy’ exhibit; and more top dining intel POPEYES — Nicki Minaj would not perform at Fashion Week until she got her Popeyes fried chicken, according to some sources. “She refused to go onstage until she got her Popeyes f – – king chicken. Show More Summary

Eater’s Guide to Louisiana Craft Brewers Week’s Tastiest Events

Only the best beer and food happenings throughout the week Louisiana Craft Brewers Week, running from September 16-23, is full of special beers and events throughout the New Orleans area and beyond, but it is also full of food-focused...Show More Summary

40 Arpent Brews Its Last Beer

The Old Arabi Brewery lost its lease Just as Louisiana Craft Brewers Weeks gets underway, 40 Arpent Brewery shut down the tanks with no plans to reopen the brewery. The closure is "related to differences between (business) partners," founder Michael Naquin told Gambit. Show More Summary

Paradigm Gardens Kicks Off Its Fall Concert Series With One Big Change

The first event in September 26 Paradigm Gardens, the urban farm known in part for its wildly popular dinners and concerts, is adding a Paradigm Pass to its offerings this season, ensuring the holder admission to all the events. This...Show More Summary

Aglio Replaces Philip Lopez’s Part & Parcel Tomorrow

The new owners are Part & Parcel alums Aglio, a new South Market District deli, opens tomorrow at 11 a.m., taking over the space that was formerly Philip Lopez’s sleek eatery Part & Parcel. Mike Mericle and Marie Guevara, who had both...Show More Summary

Christina Quackenbush’s Milkfish Returns With Filipino Pop-Up

Plus Leah Chase talks about 70 years at Dooky Chase; and more top dining intel EVENTWIRE — Christina Quackenbush is bringing back the Filipino cuisine from her now-shuttered restaurant Milkfish as a pop-up at Spotted Cat Food and Spirits this Sunday, September 17. Show More Summary

The Beignet Fest Reveals its Food Line-Up

Plus, Eric Cook is IN at NOSH, and more food news to know today EVENTWIRE — The Beignet Fest announced its food line-up, full of sweet and savory options. [press release] EATER IDK — New Orleans may have a lot of food festivals, but it has a lot of very good food festivals. Show More Summary

Chef Adolfo Garcia Parts Ways With The Theatres at Canal Place

Also, they’re no longer called The Theatres at Canal Place Seven years after Chef Adolfo Garcia started serving white truffle popcorn and house made sausage flatbreads to moviegoers as they lounged in front of the big screens at The Theatres at Canal Place, he has parted ways with the upscale movie house. Show More Summary

It’s Finally Real — Zea Swings Open Today in Mizado’s Former Space

A few Mizado items made it onto Zea’s menu It’s real, folks — Zea Rotisserie and Bar is swinging open its doors today in the Pontchartrain Boulevard space that was formerly the home of Mizado Latin Kitchen. Taste Buds Management, the...Show More Summary

New Orleans' 15 Essential Spots for Vegetarians

Going meatless never tasted so good New Orleans' reputation as a city of excess extends to its consumption of meat and fried/boiled seafood, which would leave vegetarians (not to mention vegans) out in the cold -- if it were true. The days of sad side salads and plain cheese poboys are over, folks. Show More Summary

Bourbon Street Has Its First Female-Oriented Strip Club

And more news to know today OPENING ALERT — Hunk Oasis, the first female-oriented strip club on Bourbon Street, opened on August 3 with men with bulging biceps taking the stage that used to anchor the dance acts of the stiletto-heeled women of Deja Vu. Show More Summary

St. Roch’s Good Bird Will Land on Freret Street

Good Bird’s second location opens before the end of September The petite Freret Street location that incubated both Dat Dog and Liberty Cheesesteaks in the last few years has its newest inhabitant: Good Bird will throw open its doors...Show More Summary

Coquette Chefs Are Planning a 12-Table Restaurant in the Old Shamrock Tavern

It’s the second restaurant for the pair Coquette chefs and owners, Kristen Essig and Michael Stoltzfus, are planning to open a new, smaller, more neighborhood-centered restaurant in a 4,400 square foot Lower Garden District space built in 1894 that once housed the Shamrock Tavern. Show More Summary

Chef Chris DeBarr Lands at Killer Poboys with Lit Kitchen Pop-Up

The first pop-up event will be a ‘grand aioli dinner’ Chef Chris DeBarr, who became well-known for his globetrotting cuisine at Delachaise, Green Goddess, Serendipity, and — most recently — Bywater Bakery, is embracing his story-telling...Show More Summary

La Divina Gelateria Bids the French Quarter Addio

The shutter was announced today on Facebook Fans of the gelato at La Divina Cafe e Gelateria will now have to drive all the way to Baton Rouge for their fix, as David and Ruth Marinello announced the shutter of its French Quarter location...Show More Summary

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