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Just a short walk up Magazine Street and one of our chef's(Kim) personal favorites...
4pm to 7pm. $5 wines, $3 domestic beer, $6 daiquiris. $1 wings. $3 - $5 snacks.
Chef Eric Cook recently received the Reader’s Choice Award for Eater’s Chef of the Year, while Gris-Gris won the 2018 Restaurant of the Year designation.
“4pm to 6pm. $6 wine, well cocktails, champagne. $5 draft beers. $6 snacks. $4 beignet bites.”
“The free yoga that happens on Thursday’s is usually at 6pm. The yoga lasts for about an hour, and it is a very nice work out. Believe it or not, the room where the yoga takes place is where the massive vats of beer are brewed. It’s pretty awesome! You will have to bring your own mat. ”
“There’s all sorts of unique brews here! Most times there’s also a food truck parked outside. ”
“This is a cake shop (mainly) where you can sit at a bar, choose your slice of cake, and the bar-keep will pair it with a cocktail. (Or, you can go rogue and eat something savory from the menu with a diet coke, but I recommend sticking with the program.) Doberge cake, in case you don't know, is one of sugar's greatest wonders, and these people have been called upon by the dazzling gods of Doberge to make cake for us all be reminded in a cocktail lounge. Cocktails and cake. All kinds of good. ”
“Dubbed one of the 12 Best New Restaurants in the Country by Eater, Turkey and the Wolf serves some of the best sandwiches in the city with great signature cocktails selections. ”