A year after the untimely death of beloved New Orleans Music Exchange owner Jimmy Glickman , the bright blue building at the corner of Magazine and Louisiana is slated to become a seafood restaurant, according to plans pending before the City Planning Commission on Tuesday. Hieu Doan of Namese is seeking to change the use of the building at Magazine to a standard dine-in restaurant with alcohol sales, according to an application heard Tuesday afternoon at the City Planning Commission. The application describes the restaurant as a seafood restaurant with beer, wine and craft cocktails accompanying its dishes. Those renovations are expected to take about four months, the application states. The restaurant will have about 4, square feet of floor space upstairs and downstairs, with seating for 41 people downstairs and 20 more upstairs, it states. The request drew the favor of city planners, who said in their report that a restaurant fits the general character of the area. Doan appeared at the planning meeting in person on Tuesday in case the commissioners had any questions, and no one spoke against his proposal.
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