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RIP Tony Angello; Brett Anderson Loves LA 23 BBQ

Plus, Old Absinthe House is a TOTC hub and more.

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WESTBANK— Brett Anderson gives some love to the Belle Chasse pitmasters over at smoking hot meat shack LA 23 BBQ, after readers pointed out that he snubbed them on his best-of-barbecue list last week: "LA 23 BBQ in Belle Chasse wasn't on my radar when I set about uncovering the best barbecue in the New Orleans area. After finally giving the place a try, I realize that it should have been." Arrive early on a weekday (like 11 a.m.) and prepare for epic ribs, brisket and "exemplary" mac and cheese. [NOLA.com]

LAKEVIEW— Sad news today: "Mr. Tony" Angello, owner of the 40+ year-old eponymous Creole Italian eatery Tony Angello's known for its epic family-style feast, the 'Feed Me' as well as the classic Eggplant Tina, has passed away at the age of 88. [WWLTV]

QUARTER— Ian McNulty reports that the Old Absinthe House is the 'unofficial hub' for drinking during Tales. If you want to see or be seen by anyone in the cocktail industry head to this bar this week, especially on Thursday at midnight, when the USBG holds its annual toast on front. [Advocate]

QUARTER— Meanwhile at the Napoleon House, chef Chris Montero is busy updating the classic menu downstairs, and working on bring 'top-tier food' to the building's upstairs banquet hall.  [NOLA.com]

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