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Gabrielle Restaurant is closing its dining room, moving to take-out only

by Kristine Froeba, Mid-City Messenger Chef Greg Sonnier and his pastry chef wife Mary, owners of Gabrielle Restaurant, announced today that they are closing their ...

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Donald Rouse Sr. responds to Rouses Market boycott threats over photo at Capitol

The co-owner of Rouses Supermarkets, Donald Rouse Sr., issued a statement Thursday afternoon after a photo showing him at Wednesday’s pro-Trump demonstration at the U.S. ...

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Former Trep’s service station now fuels humans

By Jeanne D’Arcy, Mid-City Messenger If you have lived in Mid-City since the mid-20th century and owned a car, chances are you took it to ...

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New Orleans Thanksgiving 2020: Socially distanced Creole Oyster Dressing

By Kristine Froeba, opinion columnist Below is the Oyster Dressing recipe I’ve prepared since 2006. It was recorded at the elbow of my cousin Velma, ...

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NOLA.com: New restaurant planned for Bienville Street in Mid-City

A new restaurant, with outdoor seating under a trellised patio, is planned for the former auto-repair shop on Bienville and Alexander streets, Ian McNulty reports ...

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Jay Banks announces time change for food pantry at Goodwill

District B Councilman Jay H. Banks and his community partners will host their sixth free food pantry for residents affected by COVID-19 on Wednesday (May ...

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Bienville Street butcher works to keep supply chain healthy during shutdown

By Emily Carmichael, Mid-City Messenger In January, Leigh Ann Smith and Daniel Jackson, co-owners of the Piece of Meat butcher shop and restaurant, were eyeing ...

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Celebrate Cyber Cinco de Mayo safely at home

Cinco de Mayo, which happens to fall on a Taco Tuesday this year, is a good time for tacos and margaritas to-go. “We know #CincoDeMayo ...

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Meals for Mid-City helps feed unemployed musicians, hospitality workers

There is such a thing as a free lunch, at least for gig workers in Mid-City who have lost income because of the coronavirus shutdowns. ...

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