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Live Music at Galatoire's Bar, No Food Trucks For Fat City

QUARTER? Beginning tomorrow, February 28, nationally-renowned composer and former Mondrian Hotel performer Jep Epstein will perform at Galatoire's new bar (215 Bourbon Street) on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights from 9 p.m. to midnight. [EaterWire]

NOLA? The Mamita's Hot Tamales food truck has "resurrected" all the goodness of Manuel's famous New Orleans hot tamales, reports Megan Braden Perry at the Times-Pic. Owners Bernie and Lisa Jolet's grandfather was also a tamale-slinger who once employed Manuel Hernandez. [NOLA.com]

FAT CITY? A move to invite food trucks once a week into Fat City in an effort to attract more razzle to the dazzleless area, stalled today at the Jefferson Parish Council, reports Drew Broach. Maybe food trucks aren't Times Squarish enough? [Nola.com]

MARIGNY? NOCCA ninth grader Sierra Torres has won NOCCA/Emeril Lagasse Foundation's "Dish That Makes a Difference" recipe competition. Her lemongrass shrimp dish will appear at a dozen restaurants (and Taceaux Loceaux) from March 1-10, with proceeds benefitting NOCCA's culinary arts program. [Gambit]

Galatoire's [Photo: Josh Brasted]

Galatoire's

209 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, LA 70130 504 525 2021

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