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Brunch Fest is Coming



NOLA offers a fest for almost every occasion except our celebrated brunches—until now. The Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (La-SPCA) announced that first annual Brunch Fest NOLA will be held on April 3rd.


Fresh Eats and Treats Rolling Out at The Country Club


The Country Club may be best known for their swimming pool, but devotees will tell you that Bywater spot serves up some great food. However, the old favorites are getting a makeover. Today, the Country Club is rolling out a new lunch and dinner menu which introduces new flavors and old favorites.


Today in Decadence 9.1.13


It's the 39th annual Decadence Parade, today at 2p.m. Start your day off in the Bywater with brunch, clothing optional swimming, bottomless mimosas, and a Tea Dance Pool Party. Then, head to the Fruit Loop and see Grand Marshals Venus Santiago & Tami Tarmac steal the show.  


Mid City's Wakin' Bakin' Opens Dining Room


For months, people all over the Big Easy have cooked their own eggs and toasted their own boring bread while folks in Mid City enjoyed delivery from Wakin' Bakin' (4408 Banks Street). The hot spot for breakfast became so popular that they decided to open up a dining room and let folks outside of the bayou area get a taste. Now, they’re serving up everything from pancakes to breakfast for sit-down service.  


Ruby Slipper Brings Brunch to Burgundy


by M.D. Dupuy

Frenchmen Street is great for a quick bite at Mona’s or tachos from 13, but nearby residents lack options in terms of neighborhood dining.  Local restaurateurs from Ruby Slippers heard the call of the Marigny folk and brought brunch to Burgundy. That’s right, the breakfast favorite opened their third location on the corner of Touro, and they even added a new item to their expansive menu.


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