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Food Truck Rally TONIGHT, the Gambit Covers Tales

WEEK IN REVIEWS?Blackened Out's Rene Louapre says Treme landmark Dooky Chase is "absolutely" worth it: "lets start with the greatest dish in the Creole battery: red beans and rice. ... Red beans and rice is the dish of New Orleans, and while no one makes them better than you, the version on offer at Dooky Chase's is pretty fantastic." [Blackened Out]

ON NEWSSTANDS?This week's Gambit is all about Tales of the Cocktail. Ian McNulty and Will Coviello cover the latest trends in cocktail culture, including beer cocktails and "farm-to-glass" drinks. The alt weekly also takes a look at the Spirited Dinners, the seminars and Sundays food truck event. [Gambit]

OPENING REPORT?Over on the Gambit's blog, Ian McNulty reports that Little Korea is now open at the corner of Claiborne and Toledano. Little Korean serves both Korean and some Vietnamese offerings. [Gambit]

FOOD TRUCKS?Speaking of food trucks, tonight is the rally and symposium at Ashé Cultural Arts Center on OC Haley Blvd., which is being held to show support for New Orleans' mobile food culture. [NOLA.com]

Outside Dooky Chase Restaurant. [Photo: Nikki Mayeux]

Dooky Chase Restaurant

2301 Orleans Avenue, , LA 70119 (504) 821-0600 Visit Website

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