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Philip Frank “Dandy Phil” Kastel (April 2, 1893 – August 16, 1962) was a known mob figure in New Orleans following World War II. He was a close friend and business associate of New York crime boss Frank Costello and Sylvestro Carollo, boss of the New Orleans crime family and possibly had earlier connections with underworld financier Arnold Rothstein. Born in New York City, Kastel became a stockbroker and involved himself in fraudulent stock sales through “bucket shop” rackets. In 1921, he…

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New Orleans is a city for foodies with fine dining and historic cafes all around the city serving distinctive Creole and Cajun dishes.

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Top 10: The Best Places to Get Red Beans & Rice in New Orleans

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The eight coolest restaurants in New Orleans

You've got plenty of options for chow in NOLA, but we've split the wheat from the chaff and served you up the city's Great Eight eateries.