QUE CRAWL AT THE DEN
The Den inside The Howlin' Wolf music club (907 S. Peters St., 529-5844; www.thehowlinwolf.com) normally serves a pub grub menu, but things are different on Sundays, when you'll find dishes like roasted ratatouille and goat cheese quesadillas, Korean-style beef skewers and Buffalo chicken confit.
The Den is a bar and grill adjunct to the Howlin' Wolf music club, and once a week it's where you'll find chef Nathanial Zimet, the chef/owner of the Uptown restaurant Boucherie (8115 Jeannette St., 862-5514; www.boucherie-nola.com) and operator of the Que Crawl food truck.
That truck is undergoing repairs at the moment, but no matter. Zimet and business partner James Denio set up shop in the Den's kitchen to prepare the sort of fare they normally serve from the truck. This "Que Crawl at the Den," as they're calling it, happens each Sunday, going from noon-until (hungry football fans take note).
Zimet says he eventually wants to expand Que Crawl at the Den to weekdays as well for Warehouse District lunch business.