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New Rum Series Lands at Black Duck Bar In Palace Cafe

Plus, Paul Prudhomme's cookbooks donated to SoFab and more.

QUARTER— Author and rum historian Wayne Curtis will kick off a new series of tastings and talks for the New Orleans Rum Society at Palace Cafe's swanky new rum bar The Black Duck on February 17 at 6:30 p.m.. Check out this interview with Curtis for a taste of what you'll learn. $35/person includes tastings, cocktails, and passed small bites. Call (504) 523-1661 to reserve a spot. [Gambit]

CENTRAL CITY— The family of Louisiana culinary legend Paul Prudhomme has donated his cook books, some 600 of them, to the Southern Food & Beverage Museum. They are available for reference use in SoFaB's John and Bonnie Boyd Hospitality and Culinary Library. [Eaterwire]

MARIGNY— Press Street Station has just launched a Sunday brunch concert series with Big Sam Williams Trio set to play this weekend, on January 31 (menu/schedule here). The NOCCA-run restaurant is family friendly and BYOB. [Eaterwire]

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