NEW ORLEANS Four years after Hurricane Katrina devastated this historic Louisiana city its chefs and restaurant owners have shaken off the sucker punch and are swinging back stronger than ever. Click here to view a slide show from New Orleans.In fact, the New Orleans Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau said more restaurants are open now than before the fatal storm. “Our observations are that despite our drop in population from pre-Katrina numbers, the city reports ...

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