Vizard’s on Magazine reboots as “Hevin;” Upperline hopes to reopen this week

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Vizard’s restaurant on Magazine Street has relaunched itself as a casual eatery called “Hevin,” while Upperline restaurant hopes to reopen Thursday after Hurricane Isaac tore off part of its roof.

Monday was slated to be The first day of Hevin, with chef Kevin Vizard serving “Soups, Salads & Hot Homestyle Specials … [and] his ‘PO-NINI’ which is not a panini and not a poboy,” according to a post at the food blog Blackened Out.

The art at Upperline was saved by an attentive and quick moving office manager, but is being reframed, so patrons will see new choices from owner JoAnn Clevenger’s collection when the restaurant reopens, currently planned for Thursday, according to Susan Langenhennig of The Times-Picayune.

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