Broussard's Does Brunch, Mirliton Festival, & More

By Gwendolyn Knapp | nola.eater.com

QUARTER— Chef Guy Reinbolt has just introduced an ever-glamorous three-course jazz brunch menu, avaialble on Sundays at Broussard's. Check out a few of his specialty offerings right here. [EaterWire]

CBD— International House hosts a Basquiat themed shindig tomorrow night. Artist Dylan Roscover will be unveiling his calligram of Basquiat that will remain on permanent display at the hotel. Al Diaz will do a toast to Basquiat with drinks by Alan Walter of Loa, food from Empanada Intifada. [Eaterwire]

BYWATER— Tomorrow is the annual BNA Mirliton Festival at The Brickyard (3036 Chartres) with local food and drink vendors, music, and crafts. 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. $5 admission. [Eaterwire]

CBD— Todd A. Price reports that Lüke (333 St. Charles) will be offering FREE DRINKS to all Marines in celebration of the Corps' anniversary this Sunday, November 10. The Besh Group restaurant will host a party starting at 11 a.m. with the block closed off and a television airing theSaints-Cowboys game at 7:30 p.m. [NOLA.com]

FRERET— Robert Morris reports that Lusher's production of Hello Dolly has apparently won the school $10,000 from a contest put on by Popeye's to "enhance the school music program." Tell those kids congrats. [UptownMessenger]

MID CITY— An Eater tipster writes in that Biscuits & Buns on Banks is now open in the short-lived Special Tea space (4337 Banks), near Crescent Pie & Sausage and Wakin Bakin. Check out the brunch menu. [EaterWire]