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Where to eat after Jazz Fest ? Part 6: Freret Street

this is a discussion within the NOLA Community Forum; All week long, we?ll be looking at dining options around some New Orleans neighborhoods that are featuring night concerts after the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Live music fills this funky street, anchored by* PubliQ House *(4528 Freret Street, ...

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Where to eat after Jazz Fest ? Part 6: Freret Street



All week long, we?ll be looking at dining options around some New Orleans neighborhoods that are featuring night concerts after the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

Live music fills this funky street, anchored by*PubliQ House*(4528 Freret Street, 504-826-9912) and*Gasa Gasa*(4920 Freret Street, 504-304-7110).

High Hat Café*(4500 Freret St., 504-754-1336)

Indie drummer/High Hat manager/cocktail genius Ryan Iriarte is usually on the floor of this Southern eatery, where the tamales are Louisiana-made, the pimento cheese recipe comes from family in Georgia, and produce is from nearby Delachaise and Hollygrove gardens. In the kitchen, chef de cuisine Jeremy Wolgamott riffs with the seasons, turning out some of the city?s tastiest fruit pies, while Iriarte?s cocktails show off what?s fresh now (these days, his housemade strawberry amaro punch).? [ Read more ]

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