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Shake Sugary is Moving, Hubig's Rebuild Delay, More

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MARIGNY— Todd Price reports that the rebuilding of Hubig's is happening at what co-owner Otto Ramsey deems a 'snail's pace.' There are still tentative plans to build at the Press Street location, but a series of delays that the owners refuse to disclose are holding up the process indefinitely. []

BYWATER— Sarah Baird reports that beloved bakery/hidden gem Shake Sugary is getting new permanent digs up the street at 3304 St. Claude Avenue (near Piety) in September. [Gambit]

GARDEN DISTRICT— Chef Michael Stoltzfus is hosting Coquette's third annual Fried Chicken and Champagne Dinner on Thursday, July 31. Drinks at 6:30, dinner at 7 p.m. $100/ticket, and take note, last year it did sell out in advance. Call (504) 265-0421 to reserve a seat. [Eaterwire]

NOLA— NoDef reports that New Orleanians Alexis Korman and Austin Sherman have launched Big Easy 'Bucha, the first local company to produce and sell kombucha, now available through Good Eggs. [NoDef]

Shake Sugary treats [Photo: Facebook]