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Menu Revamp At Congress; F&D Pops Up In NYC

EAST SIDE — "The menu is Creole and more Creole" at Nubian Queen Lola's on the east side, writes Carly Yansak at the Austin Chronicle. Fridays are unlimited gumbo day, and owner Lola Stephens-Bell serves a "hearty without being heavy" crawfish etoufée. [Austin Chronicle]

DOWNTOWN — Chef David Bull and his team at Congress are serving an almost entirely new menu, with Korean barbecued quail, butterfish, Vietnamese ice cream and a "refreshed" wine program. [Thrillist]

NEW YORK CITY!? — The New York Times shines its Style Section spotlight on Foreign & Domestic's chefs-and-owners Ned and Jodi Elliott, during their recent trip to Manhattan for the City Grit "culinary salon," described as the "Off-Broadway" alternative to higher profile James Beard dinners. [NYT]

Nubian Queen Lola's. [Photo: Raymond Thompson/EATX]

Nubian Queen Lola's Soul Food

1815 Rosewood Avenue, Austin, TX 78702