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Reginelli’s Unleashes Breakfast Pizzas in the Garden District

Plus, Taco Bell and Forever 21 have a new clothing line; and more news to know today

The Florentine pizza with spinach and artichoke sauce, mozzarella, tomato, and scrambled eggs. It’s one of two breakfast pizzas on the new brunch menu.

BRUNCHWIRE — Reginelli’s Pizza is moving into the brunch game with a new Italian-inspired brunch (frittatas, ciabatta French toast). In staying true to its brand, breakfast pizzas are on the menu. Brunch is now available at the Garden District location. [GAMBIT]

EATER IDK — Taco Bell’s clothing collaboration with Forever 21 is way cooler than it has any right to be. [EATER]

FESTIVALS — The Oak Street Po-Boy Fest remains free, but a $5 wristband is required for those wishing to purchase food, reports Helen Freund. The festival added the wristband requirement to raise revenue for other areas of the festival, like music. [GAMBIT]

BUSINESS — HelloFresh will be the next meal kit company to go public, but taking meal kits public hasn’t worked well for other companies. [EATER]

COMING ATTRACTIONS — Mid City couple, Stephanie and Houston Hoskins, want to open a small bar made of two shipping containers on a stretch of Ulloa Street in Mid City that has more often been known for gun violence. In the past year, the two block stretch had 14 reported shootings, leaving eight dead and six wounded. The couple hopes the bar would revitalize the neighborhood, which once was a thriving area. The bar’s name would be The Ruins. So far, they couple has received support for the proposed bar. [MID CITY MESSENGER]

THE CHAINS — Arby’s launched a super-weird social media campaign to get Amazon to buy it. The pleas came with promises: The fast-food chain says it will give CEO Jeff Bezos VIP parking at every location. [EATER]


Reginelli's Pizzeria

5961 Magazine Street, , LA 70115 (504) 899-1414 Visit Website

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