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First-Ever Food Truck Lot Opens in the Warehouse District

Plus, profiling a local beverage start-up

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OPENING ALERT — NOLA now has its very own permanent food truck lot. Deja Vieux Food Park opened this past Saturday, reported WGNO, at the intersection of Religious and St. James Street in the Warehouse District. There is, happily, a full bar, and Facebook fans rave that the happy hour is killer. [WGNO]

EVENTWIRE — April 21 will be a night of tasty bites and visual culture when a fundraiser by iStudio & A Taste of NOLA pair up the art of students from International High School of New Orleans with cuisine by local chefs. It’s happening at Newcomb Art Museum at Tulane; tickets, which include entry to the museum, are $75 per person or $125 per couple. Proceeds go to the high school. Tickets are available here. [GAMBIT]

ADVENTURES IN DRINKING — New Orleans City Business profiles a new local start-up, Bhoomi Cane Water. Owner Arpit Bhopalkar graduated from Tulane, and his cane water beverages — spiked with ingredients like turmeric and wheatgrass — are now available across the region in specialty shops and restaurants. [NEW ORLEANS CITY BUSINESS]

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