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Red's Chinese Invites Gluttony; Mudbug Brewery Hits NOLA Next Week

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BYWATER: Todd Price gets a taste of newly opened hotspot Red's Chinese this week and claims that chef Tobias Womack's cuisine "invites gluttony" in the best ways possible: "Order one thing, and you'll soon want three more."  Top picks include a pig ear terrine, the signature General Lee's chicken, and the soothing South Lake porridge. [NOLA.com]

QUARTER: Just a friendly reminder from Habana sage Richard Webster that Café Habana goes before the City Planning Commission today "as it seeks permission to re-subdivide two French Quarter lots into a single parcel of land." Contemplate the long road ahead while you re-subdivide a couple margaritas into a single pitcher in hand right now.  [NOLA.com]

CBD: Boutique bowling venue Fulton Alley is throwing a teacher appreciation party all day on Monday, January 19 (Martin Luther King Day) with free bowling and drink specials for educators. On Tuesday, January 20, NOLA Brewery beer dinner and night of bowling starts at 7 p.m. A table of six (with bowling lane) is $375, or $65/person. More info here. [Eaterwire]

NOLA: Booze whisperer Laura McKnight reports five things to know about Thibadaux's Mudbug Brewery, which will hit the taps of local beer-faves like Avenue Pub and The Bulldog next week with three flagship beers, including a King Cake Ale and Cafe au Lait Coffee Milk Stout. Yes, indeed. [NOLA.com]

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