Most of the reviews for this week came out in the first half of the week, but a couple trickled in later. First, in Haute Plates on MyNewOrleans.com, Robert Peyton reviewed Pizza Consegna, the delivery-only pizza shop that opened as part of the remodeled Hyatt Regency. Led by chef Eric Damidot like the rest of the Hyatt's offerings, Pizza Consegna delivers large (18"!) pizzas for pretty cheap. And according to Peyton, they're good! Though he had some quibbles with the sawdust-like packets of parmesan.
Meanwhile, Peter Thriffiley, Jr must have been feeling surly when he wrote up Blackened Out's latest edition of Short Order Reviews. On their patented golf-score review scale, he gave a bogey to Marigny Brasserie, a bogey to Muriel's on Jackson Square and a slightly better bogey/par to Fellini's Café in Mid City. Somebody needs a hug, and a good meal.
And for some food porn, The Foodographer somehow made the food at uptown sports bar Fat Harry's look good, while having a tough and chewy burger and expressing surprise at the wings that were "actually pretty good."
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The kitchen at Pizza Consegna. [Photo: Facebook]