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Paradigm Gardens Rolls Out Tuesday Night Concert & Food Series Tonight

Plus, Kingfish gets weird for Halloween, Arana does after-hours tequila and more.


CENTRAL CITY— Ian McNulty reports that up and coming urban farm Paradigm Gardens (1131 S. Rampart) debuts a new Tuesday night concert series with partner chefs Kristen Essig, Michael Stoltzfus, and Aaron Burgau tonight, September 29, at 6:30 p.m. $45 gets you food from Meauxbar, Coquette and Patois, beer from Courtyard Brewing and a night of music from the Mike Dillon Band.  Check out the fall concert line-up here. [Advocate]

QUARTER— Kingfish (337 Chartres) will serve up a Halloween-inspired five-course dinner on October 28. Chef Nathan Richard's menu of oddities will include everything from fried chicken foot with blackened voodoo sauce to lamb brain ravioli, with cocktails from Chris McMillian thrown in for good measure. $55/person, reserve a set at (504) 598-5005. More info here. [Eaterwire]

UPTOWN— Arana (3242 Magazine) hosts its next Tequila Society After Hours this Saturday, October 3, at 10 p.m. Free tastings and small bites, plus specialty cocktails for purchase, and a visiting artist will be painting on-site.  You can sign up for the tequila society here. [Eaterwire]

NOLA— All day today, area Jamba Juice locations will donate 20% of sales to fund local school programs at Haynes Academy, ReNew Cultural Arts Academy and more. [Eaterwire]

QUARTER— All October,  Meauxbar (942 N. Rampart) will donate 25% of proceeds of every Louisiana Gulf fish amandine dish sold to Audubon Nature Institute's Gulf United for Lasting Fisheries in partnership with Coastal Living magazine, which just named Kristen Essig a top coastal chef. [Eaterwire]