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QUARTER— Todd A. Price reports that the always mobbed Jackson Square diner Stanley will be closed Monday, January 6 until Friday, January 10 for a deep cleaning (ie. tourist-goo-be-gone treatment), but the walk-up service bar next door will be open with an abbreviated to-go menu. [NOLA.com]

NOLA— Southern Living's picks for restaurants to watch across The South in 2014 include chef Phillip Lopez' Square Root (opening February) and chef Michael Gulotta's Mopho (opening any day now). Gulotta tells the mag, "we wanted to show the similarities between the Mississippi Delta and the Mekong Delta." [DailySouth]

CBD— Just in time for playoffs/bowl games/Sugar Bowl madness, Ian McNulty suggests these three hybrid sports bar/restaurants for football fans, who want a nicer dining experience but a good view of a game: Vitascope Hall, Manning's, and Walk-On's. [Advocate]

NOLA— Robert Peyton on a dining trends he'd like to see in New Orleans: "I'd start with more and better Greek restaurants opening. We have a lot of food from the far eastern end of the Mediterranean sea, but not so much from Greece." [HautePlates]

Stanley [Photo: Nikki Mayeux]

Stanley

547 St Ann Street, New Orleans, LA 70116 504 587 0093 Visit Website

Square Root

1800 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA

Manning's

519 Fulton Street, , LA 70130 (504) 593-8118 Visit Website

MOPHO

514 City Park Avenue, , LA 70119 (504) 482-6845 Visit Website

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