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New Orleans Has Reached Peak Crawfish Season; Red's Is Red Hot

And more dining news from around New Orleans.

Tobias Womack (on right) in the kitchen at Red's Chinese
Tobias Womack (on right) in the kitchen at Red's Chinese
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FRENCH QUARTER— Richard Webster reports that Antoine's is indeed allowed to have live music after neighbors attempted to have it banned via a lawsuit,  filed by "Vieux Carré Property Owners Residents and Associates, French Quarter Citizens, and Carol Allen" challenging "the decision of the city's Department of Safety and Permits to grant Antoine's a live entertainment permit in 2011." [NOLA.com]

NOLA— Dillard University has been hosting the first annual Creole culinary conference Black Hand in The Pot this week. Some highlights here and here. NOLA.com]

NOLA— As the price of crawfish continues to drop mudbug boils do abound. [Advocate, NOLA.com]

BYWATER— This week Ian McNulty hits up Red's, the Bywater hotspot of wonderfully inauthentic Chinese food from chef Tobias Womack, where cool dishes are ushering in summer temps including a chilled squash soup and "the excellent who dan noodles...a tangle of thin, nutty-tasting soba noodles curled around finely ground lamb... tossed with tahini." [Advocate]

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