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New York Times Calls Kenton's a 'Little Piece of New York' in 'Remote' Area

Plus, La Boulangerie is not more expensive than ever & Local Food Fest lands on May 14

UPTOWN— The New York Times reports that "a little piece of New York is thriving in New Orleans" at Kenton's, which is located "in a somewhat remote yet up-and-coming neighborhood west of the Garden District" called Uptown.  UPDATE:  The article has been edited after a decent amount of Twitter outrage. [NYT]

UPTOWN— Brett Anderson reports that the prices at La Boulangerie are relatively the same under the new ownership of Donald Link, despite the fact that numerous haters think it's way more expensive now. [NOLA.com]

WESTBANK—€” Save the date... on May 14, Café Hope (1101 Baratraria Blvd.) holds its third annual Local Food Fest presented by Zatarain's with a cooking competition, crafts, live musical performances and lots of great eats. Proceeds benefit Cafe Hope, a non-profit culinary arts and life skills program for local youths and young adults. [Eaterwire]

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