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A Long Lost Creole Gem Makes a Major Comeback This Fall

Dunbar’s debuts in Gert Town on October 28 Very exciting news this week in terms of anticipated openings, with Todd Price reporting that Dunbar’s Creole Cuisine, a longtime Freret Street favorite that was sadly shuttered by Katrina, is finally reopening on October 28. The restaurant will land in a new location at 7834 Earhart Blvd. in Gert Town, but the menu will still deliver all of the Creole best-hits— expect fried chicken, pork chops, red beans and rice and more from chef/owner Celestine Dunbar.
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