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Brügger's Barbecüe Gets Smoking At St. Roch Market

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NOLA— Ian McNulty has unleashed his Fall Dining Guide including an Essential 100 that "brings a tighter focus to distinctive restaurants arranged by category," including Vietnamese, Modern American, Italian, Creole and more eats. [Advocate]

NOLA— This week McNulty also wonders who will be the next generation of New Orleans food legends. [Advocate]

CBD— This Sunday’s inaugural Fried Chicken Festival will honor New Orleans culinary goddess and national treasure Leah Chase. Why? Because her fried chicken rules, that’s why. Also here are all the foods you’ll find out there in Lafayette Square. [NOLA.com]

ST. ROCH— Texas pitmaster Damian Brugger is up and running with his new operation Brügger's Barbecüe at St. Roch Market, Todd Price reports, with brisket and pulled pork by the pound and more. [NOLA.com]

WAREHOUSE DISTRICT— World of Beer (300 Julia) has just released a fall Plated & Pints menu, including pumpkin spice apple donuts, along with seasonal collaboration beers with Dogfish Head (a limited release Belgian farmhouse ale) and Stone (limited-release blend of 2015 & 2016 Russian Imperial Stouts and IPA). More info here. [Eaterwire]

CENTRAL CITY— SoFAB (1504 O.C. Haley) hosts GW Fins founder and chef Tenney Flynn at noon on Saturday, September 24, for a free demo on how to cook fish at home. [Eaterwire]

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