A Little Bit of NOLA in NYC

August 5, 2011 in foodie-file

It’s hot and it’s humid. Basically, Brooklyn feels like summer in New Orleans lately…but never more so than last night at d.b.a.! The Brooklyn branch of NOLA’s legendary Frenchmen St. bar welcomed NYC Elite yelpers for a fantastic fĂȘte with a bit of Cajun flair.

If you’ve ever spent some time in The Big Easy, you know that it’s all about flavorful food and fun. Nothing in New York embodies that feeling quite like Tchoup Shop, the “pop-up” restaurant that is a true New Orleans backyard BBQ experience. Last night, Chef Simon Glenn (who sets up in d.b.a.’s backyard on summer Sunday afternoons) was slingin’ all sorts of samples off his can’t-miss catering menu: brisket and duck liver boudin balls, crispy chicken biscuits with homemade pepper jelly, smoked andouille sausage sliders, Char-BQ’d Bluepoint oysters with spicy ginger sesame hoisin that “kicked Paul L in the face with their flavored heat” and more…

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A Little Bit of NOLA in NYC


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