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Meet Anne Lloyd, Owner
Anne Lloyd has had a career in the restaurant and foodservice business for over 25 years, twenty of which have been in New Orleans. Her former restaurant, the Mango House, was chosen as one of the "100 Best Places to Eat" in the Times Picayune, and was included in Gambit Weekly's Best New Restaurant category in its first year. It was featured in a number of publications, including Bon Appetit, St. Charles Avenue Magazine, Gambit Weekly, Culinary Concierge, Offbeat Magazine, and NOLA.com.
She has managed some of New Orleans' most popular restaurants, including the Bluebird Cafe and Lola's Restaurant, and worked with many well-known chefs, such as Susan Spicer of Bayona and Mondo, Greg Sonnier of Gabrielle, and Gerard Maras of Mr. B's Bistro.
She holds a degree in Cultural Anthropology from the University of California at Santa Cruz and an Associate of Arts degree from the California Culinary Academy. In 2004 she co-founded the Wine Club, a local organization that hosts monthly wine dinners and whose membership includes a number of notable local chefs and industry professionals.
In recent years she has served on the Board of the New Orleans Food and Farm Network, Trinity Episcopal Church's Garden MinistryCommittee, and on the Fundraising Committee for Hollygrove Market and Farm's annual Party in the Garden.
She and her husband live Uptown with their two children.