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A New Mid City Mexican Restaurant Is Plotting a Menu of Tacos, Guacamole, and...Pasta

Plus, people are scared there’s a ghost living at Deanie’s, and more food news to know today

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INTERVIEWS — Fatma’s Crazy Corner owner Fatma Aydin really wants to sit down and break bread with Salt Bae. They’re actually from the same town in Turkey. [NOLA VIE]

COMING ATTRACTIONS — A few more details have surfaced about the “not typical” Mexican restaurant, Agave House, slated to take gourmet grilled cheese haven Melt’s spot in Mid City in mid-September — namely, that the menu isn’t entirely Mexican. Expect tacos, quesadillas, guacamole, as well as pastas, a burger, and a steak dish. [NOLA.COM]

EATER IDK — People are scared that a ghost is living in the new Deanie’s Seafood in the Irish Channel. Local artist, Simon, is on the case with plans to rid the spot of bad juju. [WGNO]

RENOVATION REPORT — PJ’s on Maple Street reopens Saturday at 6 a.m. after operating out of an Airstream trailer for three weeks during a big renovation. Expect floor to ceiling glass windows overlooking the covered patio, blue sofas with a more modern look, and new flooring.

COMING ATTRACTIONS — City planners love Cherry Coffee’s plans to turn its Lower Garden District cafe into a restaurant serving booze and light bites in the evening. [UPTOWN MESSENGER]

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Agave House

2549 Banks St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70119 Visit Website

Deanie's Seafood - Garden District

2200 Magazine Street, New Orleans, Visit Website

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