Thursday, July 22, 2010
Proceeds from Phillip Foss's étouffée with soft-shell crawfish, Andouille-filled chicken and Absinthe bubbles will benefit those suffering from the Gulf oil spill. (Photo: Lockwood)
There's no excuse why we shouldn't be dining well every weekend, especially given all the amazing eats around town.
Lockwood's Phillip Foss is doing his part by offering a tasty New Orleans-inspired dish that also helps those affected by the Gulf oil spill.
Half of the proceeds from his étouffée made with soft-shell crawfish, Andouille-filled chicken and Absinthe bubbles will support Protect Our Coastline Foundation.
It's $16 and will be on the menu through Sept. 1.
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