I'm pretty sure this list has remained consistently "blah" for the entire time I've lived here (which, granted, is only 8 years, but still...) How do the writers come up with "witty" blurbs for the same damn places year after year? Good Lord NOLA. Shake it up a bit. Either the deck is stacked or the Gambit readership is heavily weighted by those who are of the age and inclination to cash in on the Early Bird Special at Picadilly.
Worst of all, his writing is just cheap. This piece is a total throw-away with very little basis in reality. I agree with Kevin that it's like talking to a thick-skulled "bro"
Huge fan of this place. The owners are the picture of great customer service and they truly want everyone who eats their food to have a great experience. The Chipotle BBQ wings hit the spot for flavor and their sides are all great (tip: dip the onion rings in the homemade remoulade) My boyfriend and I are once-to-twice-a-month regulars and our food is always fast, hot, fresh and made with love. Support local biz and give these guys a try.
If this is supposed to be the heavy hitters, I fear we're in for a disappointing year. Hopefully the middle and lower sections of the lineup have some gems, because I'm left feeling quite "meh" about this lineup so far.
It's just Neon Bible (drop "The") and I, for one, could care less if people haven't heard of them. There is someone, somewhere, right now, making the most amazing music. Just because you don't know of them yet doesn't make their music less amazing. If popularity is an indicator of quality, God help us all.
Pierre Thomas doesn't have his own foundation yet, but he works with The Miracle League and Dreams for Kids pretty frequently. He works with kids with terminal illnesses and crippling disabilities and he always brings a smile to their faces. I think we're very blessed to have a team full of not only great athletes, but great men. Go Saints!
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