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Remembering New Orleans' Restaurants Lost to Katrina

Plus, last minute spots at Meauxbar's World of Rose dinner, free coffee for a year at Revelator, and more.

Bruning's bar, which is said to be the oldest in New Orleans, is now located inside Purloo.
Bruning's bar, which is said to be the oldest in New Orleans, is now located inside Purloo.
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QUARTER— Meauxbar's World of Rose dinner is tonight at 7 p.m. and there are a few spots left for the four-course feast at $65/person.  Call (504) 569-9979 if you want in. [Eaterwire]

NOLA— This is a heartbreaking slide show of twelve remarkable restaurants that didn't return after Katrina, including Mandich's, Gabrielle and more. [NOLA.com]

NOLA— Here are five vegetarian sandwiches that rule, including Ursa Major's Manchurian veggie 'meatball' sub. [Gambit]

NOLA— Ian McNulty taps into local trends at this year's Louisiana Foodservice & Hospitality expo, including wines on tap and bakeries on the rise.  Plus,  The Sammich's owner/chef Michael Brewer nabs third in the convention's Great American Seafood Cook-Off featuring contenders from around the US. [Advocate]

WAREHOUSE DISTRICT— New java hotspot Revelator Coffee is giving away free coffee for a year to eight folks who are social media savvy. [Eaterwire]

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