NOLA? Don't tell the Easter Bunny about Susan Langenhennig's listicle this week. Langenhennig takes a look at the best New Orleans restaurants for stewed, fricasseed and pan fryed rabbits, including a Mano, Dante's Kitchen, Lüke, and more. [NOLA.com]
QUARTER? Booze whisperer Todd A. Prize reports that this Thursday, March 28, "High West's proprietor David Perkins will lead a tasting of his whiskies at the Bourbon House." $35 gets you tastings of five or so whiskies, plus cocktails and light snacks. Call (504) 274-1815 for reservations. Starts at 6:30 p.m. [NOLA.com]
LGD? Tomorrow, Wednesday, March 27, Ryan Hughes' pop up version of upcoming Purloo (at the Creole Gardens Guest House, 1415 Prytania) is offering an "Old Italian New Orleans dinner inspired by institutions like Moscas, Angelo Brocato's, Hotel Monteleone and the bygone La Riviera and Compagno's. $48/person, call (504) 430-1830 for reservations. [Eaterwire]
NOLA? Private Clubs' columnist Michael Kaplan goes on a culinary tour with Commander's royalty Ti Martin, stopping in at many of New Orleans' best including Croissant D'or, Maurepas Foods, and Dante's Kitchen, where "Ti orders appetizer-sized portions of broiled beef hearts and headcheese ravioli. Digging in and divvying out servings, she wonders, 'I don't know who says that New Orleans menus are boring. They're not.'