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Another Case of Crawfish Thievery, This Time in South Carolina

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SHIT PEOPLE STEAL — Ok so something wild is going on with Baton Rouge crawfish. Last week Eater NOLA had word that someone stole 400 pounds of the crustaceans from Pit-N-Peel on Government Street. This week, a Baton Rouge native’s crawfish spoils were stolen. Brittany Case is attending University of South Carolina-Upstate and had organized a crawfish boil for her softball team. A trailer full of $9K in supplies — 160 pounds of crawfish and 30 pounds each of sausage and corn — was stolen from a nearby hotel. [ADVOCATE]

EXPANSIONS — Cherry Espresso, the coffee shop in the former firehouse at 4877 Laurel Street in Uptown, wants to add dinner service to its offerings — and has just won an initial thumbs-up from the City Planning Commission. [UPTOWN MESSENGER]

EVENTWIRE — The next edition of Todd Price Taste Club is on the docket: Torre Bagalman-Solazzo, of Ristorante Del Porto, is serving up Lebanese cuisine on Wednesday, April 18th. Tickets are $75 and available here. [NOLA.COM]

EVENTWIRE — Also on April 18th, Austrian-born NYC chef Markus Glocker (of Tribeca spot Batard) is headed to NOLA to collab with local chef Isaac Toups at Toups South. The five-course menu will include charcuterie course, appetizers and crawfish bisque among much else. Dinner is $100 plus tax and tip, with wine pairings being extra. [GAMBIT]

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