MARIGNY Todd A. Price reports that Three Muses will add lunch service in January: "There will be an initial 'trial run' of Friday lunch on Jan. 17 and 24. The regular Friday, Saturday and Sunday lunch will kick off Jan. 31. The initial hours will be 11 a.m.–2 p.m." [NOLA.com]
NOLA Ian McNulty updates an "offbeat holiday tradition" with three Chinese restaurants open on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve, and New Year's Day: Jung's Golden Dragon in Uptown, China Rose in Metairie, Little Chinatown in Kenner, brah. [Advocate]
NOLA Brett Anderson reports that raw oysters and plateaux de fruits de mer are ruling the New Orleans dining scene lately to which Eater says yes, they have been especially at Marti's, Peche, Bourbon House, Luke, and Fountain Lounge. [NOLA.com]
NORTH SHORE The Times-Pic reports that Pontchartrain Vineyard, best known for their popular Jazz in the Vines series, is undergoing some changes since founder/prez, John Seago, retired and the company is now being run by co-owner. Lincoln Case. Changes have been announced following retirement of winery founder and president, John Seago: "Upcoming re-branding efforts include a new logo, user-friendly website, and new labels that will re-name existing products to reflect a south Louisiana vibe."
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