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We’ll be Right Back features interviews with business owners, thought leaders, civil servants, and individuals from every corner of the service industry. We discuss policy, business strategies, and grassroots initiatives happening across New Orleans, as we all adapt and chart a new path forward post-COVID-19.

Jul 13, 2020

On this week's episode of We'll be Right Back, the gang gets together! Elizabeth, Barrie, and Greg have a "roundtable" discussion about the various strategies and changes they've seen in the hospitality industry and their own businesses, ethics discussions within the industry and in our society at large, and what the future may hold. We will also be going on a 2 week hiatus. Thank you so much for the support so far, we can't wait to get the next "stage" of the show underway. See you all again soon!

A quick note for the episode: We discussed the recent changes to bars/restaurants in New Orleans and forgot to mention that bars capacity has also been reduced. For more information on these changes, head over to


Every episode we like to mention an amazing group or individual contributing to the relief effort. Today, we’d like to highlight and encourage you all to check out the Made in New Orleans Foundation (MiNO). MiNO envisions a New Orleans hospitality industry that leads the world in growing, supporting, and financing the success of people of color. They use a multidisciplinary approach to address and eliminate disparities facing hospitality professionals of color. In response to COVID-19 MiNO is providing immediate emergency financial aid and resources; supporting career and business recovery; and providing online programming to amplify the voices of hospitality professionals of color. To learn more, head on over to to learn more!


Contribute to the Community Commitment Education Center Byron mentioned here! (


The city of New Orleans has rolled out a visualization tool for the public to see and assess milestones as we deal with Covid-19: 


Covid-19 resources for small businesses/employers and more, courtesy of My House Events and Oyster Sunday:


We have been working with the amazing news outlet, Uptown Messenger! Check them out today at for quality, local journalism. 


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This podcast is produced by:

Barrie Schwartz of My House Events:

Elizabeth Tilton of Oyster Sunday:

Greg Tilton JR: and 


Today's edit was done by Eric Rice. Eric is an amazing field mixer for film and television and a post-production wizard who can make your audio sing (if that's what you want!)

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