Founded in 2001 under the name Alpine Koi & Homescapes by Casey and Hanna Sparks we started out focusing on pond and water gardening features, along with "Fun Stuff" for the patio and yard. In 2010 we expanded and added saltwater fish and corals. In 2013 we updated our name to Alpine Koi and Reef. With over four decades of experience we strive to help you succeed in the fantastic fish keeping hobbies of pond and reef and bring you 'Year Round Tranquility' This profile is powered by BirdEye. Over 50,000 businesses use BirdEye everyday to get more reviews and manage all customer feedback.
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They're all examples of the deep traditions and budding trends in street food across the city. 24, they--and many others--will finally all be in the same spot: the Street Fare Derby, an offbeat culinary event at the Fair Grounds Race Course. With more vendors from New Orleans, the Northshore and even Baton Rouge signing up, this street food festival is shaping up as a grand tour of inventive eats, complete with music from Kermit Ruffins and Papa Grows Funk and a day of live horseracing to boot. For those who attend, the day is a chance to sample from the area's wide and fast-growing range of street food without crisscrossing the city. For those behind the event, however, it's also a chance to showcase a street food scene they believe has more to offer than just a good, quick meal. The Derby is the work of Lizzy Caston and Erica Normand, who last year launched the Web site NOLAFoodTrucks.com as a guide to local street food. Caston earlier helped start a similar site, and a similar street food festival, in Portland, Ore., arguably the nation's epicenter of street food with some 600 licensed vendors. Caston is a firm believer that a robust street food scene can be a low-cost tool for urban development, by reclaiming vacant lots or dark street corners, and small-business growth, incubating future conventional restaurants. But in New Orleans, food truck operators and others often complain that murky regulations and licensing requirements from City Hall have stifled their growth.
Simply put, there are a lot of people who want to open trucks here but can't figure out how to do it legally. The NOLAfoodtruck.com team say they get requests every week from people asking how do we start a food truck in New Orleans?' But right now, nobody really knows, so all they can tell them is good luck. The event producers hope that the Street Fare Derby will be a springboard for greater advocacy and help demonstrate the street food scene's potential. That's a potential the event's host, the Fair Grounds, has already experience firsthand.