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Canal Street Now Has a CC’s Drive Thru For Coffee Drinkers In a Rush

Plus, sad shutters, chef shuffles & more intel


CANAL STREET— A drive-thru CC’s Coffee is now open at 2323 Canal near the new hospital compound, according to Lance Traweek, who reports that the brand new shop cost $750,00 to build. [CityBusiness, sub req]

WAREHOUSE DISTRICT— Ian McNulty finds the best holiday eats in town at the new location of St. James Cheese Company (641 Tchoup) where mongers will direct you toward great seasonal cheeses like Vacherin or can prepare you “the perfect bite,” an in-house cheese tasting with unexpected flavor pairings that come 2 for $3. [Advocate]

CBD— Chef Chris Debarr has departed Rebellion, Todd Price reports. []

LAKEVIEW— Very sad news this week, with Ian Mcnulty reporting that 45-year-old Creole Italian landmark and home of the off-menu dozen-course ‘Feed Me,’ Tony Angello’s is set to shutter by Christmas Day. Rumors of the restaurant’s impending shutter have been circulating since founder Mr. Tony passed away in 2015, and his family has indeed confirmed the decision. Go get some crab gravy and Eggplant Tina, folks. [Advocate]

TREME— Helen Freund reports that Chef Scott’s Creole BBQ has shuttered on St. Phillip Street, with founder Demietriek Scotthoping to launch a food truck iteration instead. [Gambit]