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Jami Attenberg and I were supposed to go to a protest in front of the White House. It would really have been the perfect setting for this interview—and made for a killer lede. Plus, fresh off the Women’s March we were both genuinely jazzed to wave more signs in the cold. But come the appointed hour Attenberg wasn’t feeling too hot and I myself was starving. That’s how we ended up sitting at a...
While largely adopted and adapted countrywide as a non-official drinking holiday (or more traditionally, a let-it-all-hang-out lead-up to the sacrificial rigors of Lent), Mardi Gras has taken on a whole new level of urgency—best to live it up now, because we don’t know what we’re going to lose next. So here’s where to gorge on po’boys, gumbo and sazeracs—but we have a feeling they won’t be your last—and that you’ll be forgiven for persevering...
Having quietly slipped into a pint-sized Boerum Hill space a few weeks back, you likely missed the opening of Gumbo Bros., a brick-and-mortar offshoot of a Vendy-nominated food stand. But blustery January is as prime a time as any to make an initial pilgrimage, for rib sticking bowls of signature soup, alongside other N’awlins fare. Run by co-bro’s Clay Boulware (a Louisiana native) and Adam Lathan (a LSU and ICE grad), the duo aims to...
An adjunct to Loosie Rouge—Williamsburg’s sceney, Big Easy-inspired piano bar—Loosie’s Kitchen is a tranquil sanctuary for sun-worshippers nursing Pimms Cups kissed with cucumber under canopies of ivy, shaded only by a luxuriant fringe of potted palms. Save for a handful of cloistered, marble two-tops, a good three-quarters of the seating is staunchly al fresco. (Their plans for winter are currently undetermined.) Comprising communal wooden tables propped on platforms patterned with throw rugs, ringed by walls...

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