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It’s the End of the Road for Taylor Made Wings Food Truck

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THE SHUTTER — Food truck Taylor Made Wings on the Geaux will shut down because of mechanical difficulties that are beyond repair. A catering operation may be in the works, and there is talk of a restaurant one day. The final day of operation will be November 20 or 21. Follow the Facebook page for updates. [GAMBIT]

COMING ATTRACTIONS — Max Well New Orleans, the plant-based salad and juice bar coming to Magazine Street, will open in December. [FACEBOOK]

NEWS — The proposal for dubiously named ice cream shop Love Kreme (eh hem) has been rejected by the City Planning Commission for possibly being a front for AirBnB. [UPTOWN MESSENGER]

FESTIVAL SEASON — The New Orleans Wine and Food Experience (NOWFE) has announced that its 2018 dates will be May 23-27. [press release]

EVENTWIRE -- Corner Stores: The Documentary, from Julia Elizabeth Evans, will be shown this week. Skip out on all the Black Friday craziness on November 24 and unwind while viewing the documentary at Frady’s at 6:15 p.m. There will another showing at Singleton’s Mini Mart on November 30 at 7 p.m. The documentary is a showcase of New Orleans’ idiosyncratic, community-oriented culture, and the role that the city’s corner stores play in that.

EATER IDK — Flaming Hot Cheetos turkey may be the Thanksgiving dish America deserves this year. [EATER]

CRIMEWIRE — French Truck Coffee on Magazine Street in the Lower Garden District was robbed at gunpoint Friday night. Two people were inside at the time of the robbery. [UPTOWN MESSENGER]

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Singleton's Mini Mart

7446 Garfield Street, , LA 70118 (504) 866-4741 Visit Website

French Truck Coffee

1200 Magazine Street, , LA 70130 (504) 298-1115 Visit Website

Frady's One Stop Food Store

3231 Dauphine Street, , LA 70117 (504) 949-9688 Visit Website

Max Well, New Orleans

6101 Magazine, New Orleans, LA

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