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Lahpet Burmese Pop-up Takes Up Residence at Hollygrove

Plus, Atchafalaya names a new chef Can’t get enough New Orleans restaurant intel? The EaterWire is your guide to all the food industry news hits you may have missed. COMING ATTRACTIONS —Burmese pop-up Lahpet takes up residence at Hollygrove Market with a monthly Sunday brunch in the garden featuring gluten-free and vegan-friendly “Myanmar tea-shop fare,” such as mohinga (Burmese breakfast noodles), fermented tea leaf salad, potato ginger samosas, chickpea tofu and more.
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