EVENTWIRE — Simone Reggie of Simone’s Market brings her Lebanese family dinner, which has become a Sunday tradition at her market on Oak Street, to Shaya on Thursday, September 28. The four-course dinner will showcase some of the dishes Simone Reggie often makes for ‘Sunday Supper’ at Simone's Market, plus Alon Shaya's interpretation of Lebanese classics, and Lebanese wines selected specifically to pair with each course. Dinner starts at 7 p.m. Tickets, including wine pairings, are $130.
DEALFEED — Seaworthy launches Crew Mess today, a weekly prix fixe offered Tuesdays and served “ship style” — all together, sleeves rolled up — and priced according to Seaworthy’s coordinates: 29^56’52.3644”N - 90^4’19.9488”W. Each spread is $29.90, including tax and tip and features a fresh catch, three sides, and a cold glass of house punch. The first tray drops today at 4pm. Call 504.930.3071 to book a spot.
NEWS — Trinidad native and Bywater resident Lisa Nelson gives meaning to family meal with the Trinidadian food cooked and sold out of her St. Claude Avenue cornerstore. With four kids, she needed to feed them dinner, but she didn’t want to leave the store to do it. Soon, customers were asking for a taste of her “Authentic Caribbean Hot Plates." [NOLA.COM]
EATER IDK — Restaurant August executive chef, Todd Pulsinelli, has dropped his newest hip hop album, War Bucks Side Dishes, and it’s available on digital. [Instagram]
LISTCICLES — Aarón Sanchez shares some of his favorite places to eat and drink in New Orleans. Spoiler alert: A bunch of them are Besh restaurants. [GoNOLA]
THE CHAINS — Chipotle says goodbye to chorizo so that it can make room on the menu for queso. [EATER]