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Camellia Grill Returns To The French Quarter Mid-December

Plus, Cafe Hope boards the Steamboat Natchez tonight, hot oyster bars and more.

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NOLA— There's still time to hop aboard the Steamboat Natchez this evening, December 4 at 7 p.m. for Cafe Hope's Hope & Holidays fundraiser, including silent/live auctions, an open bar, live entertainment dinner from Luke, Trenasse, Stinky's Fish Camp, Royal House, Deanie's and the Natchez. $125/person with all proceeds benefiting Cafe Hope. Call (504) 503-0202 for tix. [Eaterwire]

NOLA— Brett Anderson reports that more and more well-established out-of-town chefs are "making their mark on New Orleans restaurant scene." [NOLA.com]

NOLA— Ian McNulty explores New Orleans ever-growing oyster bar options this week, including newcomers Kenton's and Curious Oyster Co. [Advocate]

MID CITY— Here's everything you ever wanted to know about chef Isaac Toups. [NOLA.com]

QUARTER— Helen Freund reports that the Chartres Street location of Camellia Grill will reopen in mid-December after being closed for months-long renovations.  Current owner Hicham Khodr was finally ruled as having the rights to the Camellia Grill trademark this summer after a two year lawsuit battle, so do expect the same menu and logo as the original. [Gambit]

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