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daiq8%3A15.jpegVice columnist Michael Patrick Welch ponders the potential demise of go-cup culture in New Orleans, and has a run down on why defending the daiq is essential. While a larger war on go-cups may be brewing, Welch notes the city's already pervasive anti daiq/go cup bias toward new bars and restaurants. Publiq House on Freret is not allowed to use go-cups and refers to their numerous craft daiqs as "frozen cocktails," nearly sacrilege considering owner Rhett Briggs is the son of David Briggs, who opened the first Fat Tuesday (ie. first daiq shop) in Louisiana. [Vice]

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