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The Crepe Cart Lands in French Market; St. Claude's Restaurant Boom

And more dining news from around New Orleans.

Kebab, on St. Claude Avenue
Kebab, on St. Claude Avenue
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QUARTER: The Crepe Cart is the newest addition to the French Market, popping up on Wednedays and Fri-Sun each week. The ladies behind the operation, Tracy Kish and Samantha Saliter, talk with the Gambit this week. [Gambit]

SEVENTH WARD: When it comes to breakfast, Todd Price reports of deliciousness to be had at Tallulah's (inside the Lava food store) on Broad and Esplanade, in the form of the Country Benedict, comprised of "toast, seared ham and spinach awash in red eye gravy and capped with two poached eggs." [NOLA.com]

ST. CLAUDE AVENUE: This week Ian McNulty looks at the restaurants that have turned St. Claude into a booming strip, including  Red's Chinese, Arabella Casa Di Pasta, Kebab, Kayla's and more. [Advocate]

UPTOWN: Robert Morris reports that dreamy ramen world Noodle & Pie is on its way to getting their license to booze, having just received a thumbs up from the CPC and now heading to City Council.  [UptownMessenger]

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