Ray Cannata has eaten at over 750 New Orleans restaurants, so he knows a thing or two about hanging out. Margo Moss has turned Ted's Frostop from a greasy spoon into a considerably less greasy but not quite silver spoon. When the sun goes down on The NOLA Brewing Tap Room in the Irish Channel, Ray and Margo entertain members of New Orleans restaurant community. Their guests bring along a friend, a +1. Anything can happen.
What do you think of when you hear the name "Rollin Fatties"? Fat or weed? Maybe burritos? How about a burrito that's more than a burrito? It's a fattie!
Aiji Daste's food truck is rollin', making vegetarian fatties that will rock your Tex Mex burrito world. Fatties like The Soul Food - a tortilla wrapped around greeens, candied yams, other delicacies and mac'n'cheese!
Not only are the rolled fattties one of the most unique dishes being served out of a NOLA (or any) food truck, Aiji is one of the most unique characters cooking in the city today. Amid a plethora of amazing culinary tales Aiji tells on this show, his time spent making burritos in Rwanda is rivaled only by his one-of-a kind adventures at New York culinary school.
Aiji's +1 is equally fascinating. Fahima and Aiji have been dating long distance and haven't seen each other in 4 years. Hours after reuniting they came down to Midnight Menu +1 and shared some special time.
By the end of the show Ray has them married and Margo has Fahima moving to New Orelans and gets her a job. This is definitely the most romantic and one of the most fascinating shows in our getting-on-for-two year history.