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Happy Tatum Tuesday; Where to Eat Bagels Now

 Cake Cafe, home of rad bagels
Cake Cafe, home of rad bagels
Photo: Nikki Mayeux

FRENCH QUARTER? It's Tatum-Tuesday, y'all. For Realz #tatumtuesday. [Twitter]

EVERYWHERE? Check out this listicle of where to eat bagels (not bagel holes) now. These five places actually bake their own bagels: Artz Bagelz, Cake Cafe& Bakery, Hillel's Kitchen (A kosher restaurant inside Tulane's Jewish student center, hey), Laurel Street Bakery, Tartine. [Gambit]

MID-CITY? Tomorrow night Ralph's on the Park is hosting a five-course dinner with NOLA Brewing, and there's only a few spots left for the craft beer nerd in you. It's $75, and you can reserve a seat by calling (504) 488-1000. Ain't nobody trying to pair bread pudding with beer either. The final course features a cheese plate. [EaterWire]

UPTOWN? Gia DiLeo, owner of the newish Green To Go NOLA, which delivers healthy food via bike, has now opened up a cafe with her brother-in-law, Conrad Emerson, a former sous chef at Bayona. Located in the Jewish Community Center on St. Charles Avenue, they serve light fare and kosher breakfast and lunch options. [Nola.com]

Channing Tatum's Saints and Sinners

627 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, LA 70130 504-528-9307

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