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Hog's Moroccan Gala; Brennan's Second Line For Turtles

And more dining news from around New Orleans.


MID CITY— Christy Pitard, co-owner of Avery's Po' Boys and pioneer of the Tulane Avenue revitalization, has been diagnosed with breast cancer and is currently undergoing treatment at this time. You can show her some support on the road to recovery right here. [Eaterwire]

QUARTER— Sarah Baird reports that the five turtles who once lived in Brennan's courtyard are returning on March 14 at 10:30 a.m..  The "slowest second line on earth" will reunite the turtles with their courtyard home (they spent the days of the Big Pink renovation at chef Haley Bittermann's home), and yes, there will be tiny floats involved.  Gambit]

CHARLOTTE— Emeril will shutter his Charlotte-based restaurant e2GO on April 26. [CharlotteObserver]

CITY PARK— Hogs For The Cause is fast approaching, but tickets are still available. Or if you're a true baller, the Link Group and Fat Back Collective's $200/person Moroccan-themed gala this year sounds truly amazing. [Eaterwire]