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Houston Chef Finds NOLA ‘Just So Boring Now,’ Especially Those ‘Long Daiquiri Glasses’

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EATER IDK— Houston chef and big-time restaurateur, Charles Clark, “used to go to New Orleans a lot but it’s just so boring now. I don’t like the long daiquiri glasses...” He likes St. Barth though. [HOUSTON PRESS]

EVENTWIRE — The Bean Madness quest to find the best red beans in New Orleans enters its final phase on April 7 at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum. The bracket started with 57 restaurants and chefs, but only two are left. From 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., judge the red beans, listen to live music, and drink beer. Tickets start at $15.

EVENTWIRE — NOLA Brewing is hosting a boozy Eater keg hunt in Mid City this weekend. The yearly scavenger hunt leads groups of two to six people, all decked out in their best spring costumes, through a series of clues, ending with free NOLA beer and live music. [MID CITY MESSENGER]

The Southern Food and Beverage Museum

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