Five years ago, on August 29, a powerful hurricane struck the Gulf Coast of the southern United States, killing more than 1,800 people and causing billions of dollars in damage to states along the coast. Much of the flooding and many of the deaths occurred in and around the city of New Orleans. And in an extra blow to the economy, the city’s tourist attractions were especially hard-hit. But, if the New Orleans’ restaurant scene is any indicator, New Orleans is definitely on the way back.
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