Our favorite part of Tuesday’s NYT piece on New Orleans’ booming restaurant scene:
An Israeli-owned steakhouse that just opened in the French Quarter sets prices according to how long the beef has been aged. A place in the gentrifying Bywater neighborhood tells customers the original longitude and latitude of the street food on the menu. At another, a straight-faced waitress described a special involving “roast broccoli in a purée of broccoli.”
Woohoo! Our second time rocking The New York Times this year. But why beat around the bush? We’re Booty’s, baby! Say my name!
Thanks for the love, NYT. Mostly.