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Hogs Teams & Adult Diapers, Diva Dawg Switcheroo

WAREHOUSE DISTRICT— Tivoli & Lee celebrates their one year anniversary with a Whiskey Dinner tomorrow, March 27, featuring Heaven Hill Distillery. Chef Marcus Woodham's menu is inspired by his family, with different family members collaborating on each course, from crab au gratin to turtle soup. $65 for four-course with neat whiskey pairing/cocktail pairings from Kimberly Patton-Bragg. (504) 962-0909 for reservations. [Eaterwire]

CITY PARK— Hogs For The Cause teams spend months perfecting their barbecue techniques in anticipation of this weekend's event. Both Judy Walker and Ian McNulty report on some local teams' hardcore preparations for the event, including chefs like Adam Biderman, Brack May, Michael Stoltzfus, Aaron Burgau, Tory McPhail, and many more. [Advocate,]

CITY PARK— Meanwhile the Hogs teams have starting amping up their mudslinging on Twitter. Here is a festive Depends adult diaper post from Company Burger that has to do with dedication, IBS, and wallowing in ones own filth in order to take home top honors at Saturdays cook off. [Twitter]

CBD— The downtown location of Phil's Grill (748 Camp Street) is doing $5 appetizer and drink specials during every Wednesdays at the Square, available from 5-10 p.m. [Eaterwire]

NOLA— City Business reports that former Magazine weenie spot Diva Dawg is coming back as a food truck. Owner Ericka Lassair has won $10,000 in seed funding from the Women in Business Challenge, and will be taking over the NOLA Food Truck, whose owner Nigel Henderson is moving to Los Angeles. No word on when Diva Dawg will officially roll, but apparently Lassair also has plans to open a stand in the airport by 2016. [CityBusiness, sub req]

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