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Lakeview's Chicken Sue's Switcheroos into Chap's Chicken; SoFAB's Barbecue Weekend

Plus, 40 Under 40 hospitality nods and a scotch tasting.


LAKEVIEW— Todd Price reports on a Harrison Avenue switcheroo this week, with fried chicken fave Chicken Sue's now open as Chap's Chicken, with a new owner/K-Paul's alum Lynn Chapmann III. Menu has a few new items, but the staff remains the same. []

CENTRAL CITY— SoFAB  (1504 OCH) hosts a South Carolina-style whole hog barbecue and celebration November 6-7 with pitmaster Dr. Howard Conyers, Southern Living's Robert Moss, and more guests.  An overnight barbecue experience is $250/person,  but Saturday's events are FREE and include tastings. Funds will benefit, SoFAB, Dillard University's Ray Charles Program in African American Material Culture Program, and Hogs for the Cause. [Eaterwire]

NOLA— Gambit's 40 Under 40 class of 2015— which honor movers and shakers under the age of 40— include two members of the hospitality industry, Amy Sins, founder of 'dinner-party-meets-restaurant' Langlois,  and Eric J. Mark, a chef and assistant professor at Delgado Community College Culinary Arts and Hospitality Program. [Gambit]

CENTRAL CITY— Brady's Wine Warehouse hosts a Glenmorangie tasting and seminar on November 10 at 6:30 p.m. $50 includes a seat and goes towards a bottle of scotch for purchase after the tasting. [Eaterwire]