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Matassa’s Market Unveils Renovations, Expanded Menu

Plus, Nothing Bundt Cakes plants another bakery on Prytania Street

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UPTOWN — Ever-expanding bakery empire Nothing Bundt Cakes, is setting up shop at 4839 Prytania Street in a former convenience store. It’s the second outpost for the chain in New Orleans. [Times-Picayune]

LGD — The Caribbean Room relaunched weekend brunch service in late January. The menu features dishes like buttermilk fried quail, speckled trout Pontchartrain, and pork belly hash served from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sundays. [EaterWire]

FRENCH QUARTER — Matassa’s Market is back with an updated interior and an expanded menu, according to Ian McNulty. The deli now serves burgers alongside the Cosimo sandwich, and plans to introduce family-style takeout meals from Vincent’s. [Advocate]

MANDEVILLE — N’Tini’s is slated to shutter on February 17. The restaurant reportedly joined the Legacy Kitchen restaurant chain. It’s expected to reopen under the new moniker Due North in April with “refined American fare” and a full bar. [Times-Picayune]

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