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MID CITY? Ian McNulty reports that tonight, April 19 at 8 p.m., Rock 'n' Bowl hosts a 15th anniversary party for American Routes, NPR's music show produced in New Orleans. Tix are $25 at the door. [AfterHours]

QUARTER? "I'd love to link to the Mr. B's website," writes Rene Louapre this week, "but it still has an automatic loud musical interlude attached to it." From soggy wonton wrappers that remind Louapre of wet cigarettes to tough veal, the answer to his titular question? Mr. B's Bistro: Is it Worth It?? is a NO. [BlackenedOut]

QUARTER? Restaurant R'evolution is now offer 25 cent cocktails at lunch including Bloody Maries and Martinis. [Eaterwire]

NOLA? Tomorrow is the Son of a Saint team challenge#151; for kids 9-13, who team up with an adult to finish 4.5 miles and 11 different challenges along the way. The race begins at PinkBerry Canal at 8 a.m. and heads uptown to the PinkBerry on Mag. Saints players will be hanging out along the way, and the winning team wins a trip to Disney. Read more about the Son of a Saint foundation here. [Eaterwire]

FRERET? Robert Morris reports that Dat Dog, The Other Bar and new art gallery/music venue Gasa Gasa are hosting a new festival, Uptown Sounds, featuring live music and DJS this Saturday, from 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. [UptownMessenger]

NOLA? A recent accounting report unveiled by UNO concludes that the Super Bowl propelled $480 million in spending in New Orleans, reports Mark Waller. Just how many gold leaf bread puddings did Beyonce eat, exactly? [NOLA.com]

NOLA? Uptown Messenger contributor/Warehouse Grille chef Craig Gieseke considers the particulars of food and beer pairings in his column this week, and mentions that he has a dinner with beer pairings coming up. [UptownMessenger]

Restaurant R'evolution [Photo: Nikki Mayeux]

Restaurant R'evolution

777 Bienville Street, New Orleans, LA 70130 Visit Website

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