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this is a discussion within the NOLA Community Forum; Parasolís is famous for its roast beef po-boys and for serving as the locus of a riotous St. Patrickís Day block party. According to Jeff Carreras, who has been running the 58-year-old business for the past 12 years, the corner ...

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Old 08-17-2010, 09:15 PM   #1
 
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Parasol's, an Irish Channel institution, faces an uncertain future



Parasolís is famous for its roast beef po-boys and for serving as the locus of a riotous St. Patrickís Day block party. According to Jeff Carreras, who has been running the 58-year-old business for the past 12 years, the corner bar and po-boy joint is on the verge of being sold.

David Grunfeld, The Times-Picayune
Parasol's, the iconic corner bar and po-boy joint, is on the verge of being sold.
Carreras has been leasing the business from William Hock, who he said is in the process of selling the property. Carreras said he should be out of the current building by the end of the month. If everything goes according to his plan, he will open a new place called Traceyís soon thereafter at 2604 Magazine St., which is just around the corner from Parasolís.


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