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Bywater Bake Sale Returns Saturday, First Look at Trenasse, More

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CBD: Todd Price on the Intercontinental's seafood newcomer Trenasse from chef Jim Richard (of Stinky's Fish Camp in Santa Rosa Beach, FL fame): "Like Pêche and Borgne, Trenasse upends the local seafood restaurant mold while still feeling indigenous. While it lacks the cosmopolitan outlook of Borgne or the effortless grace and outsized ambition of Pêche, Trenasse dishes up comfort with confidence." []

CHARLESTON: Speaking of Pêche, chef Ryan Prewitt is heading to South Carolina to cook a Feast of the Fishes alongside Charleston's finest chefs on December 11 at Cannon Green, with portions of proceeds benefitting Good Catch, The SC Sustainable Seafood Initiative. [Eaterwire]

BYWATER: The Bywater Bake Sale hits Satsuma Cafe tomorrow, December 6 (it has moved from its previously reported Sunday time). Pastry chef Beth Biundo, formerly of Lilette fame, rolls out amazing cookies, tarts, cakes and more from 2 to 5 p.m. [Eaterwire]

NOLA: This week Ian McNulty digs into Arabella Casa di Pasta's spicy meatballs and more, and takes a look at Reveillon menus around town.  [Advocate]

QUARTER: Booze whisperer Elizabeth Pierce's tips for surviving Tales of The Toddy--going down at House of Blues on December 18, tix here--include going slow, eating "from the myriad restaurants that are participating" and drinking water. [Advocate]

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