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Mr. Joseph Fein III

Wrong Joseph Fein III?

President

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Two Sisters
613 Royal St.
New Orleans , Louisiana 70130
United States

Company Description: The Court of Two Sisters, a historic New Orleans restaurant, offers a daily jazz brunch and French Quarter courtyard dining, and a sumptuous selection of Creole...   more
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Employment History

  • Owner
    Court of Two Sisters
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Our History | The Court of Two Sisters in the French Quarter
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Court of Two Sisters Owner Joseph Fein III
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New Orleans Finest Food~ Court of Two Sisters Recipes | DivingIn2Memphis
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A Special Thanks to Joe Fein III - President of Two Sisters for helping with all of the recipes.
OWNER: Joseph Fein ...
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OWNER: Joseph Fein Caterers
Food and Drink Magazine; Fresh Ideas for Industry Leaders - Slice of Life: New Orleans’ Second Wind
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Its historic buildings needed new roofs from wind damage, owner Joseph Fein III explains. Power was out for three weeks. Food had to be thrown away and coolers and freezers cleaned. "We didn't [open] until Dec. 1, [2005], so we were closed for three months," Fein says.
With the majority of the city's residents displaced by the storm, when it reopened, only 30 of its pre-Katrina 175 employees came back on board. Today, its staff is up to 65.
Although sales were only a quarter of their pre-Katrina levels at first, Fein says Court of Two Sisters is currently at about 60 percent of its sales before the storm.
He notes that conventions are beginning to return to the city - a good sign that tourism will soon be at its usual level in the coming years.
More important than the restaurant's future success is the success of New Orleans in pulling through the disaster, Fein says. "My restaurant is just a small part of the whole picture," he says.
Second, when I first talked with ...
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Second, when I first talked with owner Joe Fein about his plans, he told me he wasn't going to open until after the first of the year. Now here he is, beating even the first of December!
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