We’ve had some great meals in Bywater-Marigny lately; Satsuma Cafe was an absolute standout for us. More on that in the coming weeks… ~ clndstnMATTHEW HINTON / THE TIMES-PICAYUNEAlong the river, beyond the French Quarter, deep in the land of pink Creole cottages and MacBook toting freelancers, New Orleans’ young food entrepreneurs are reviving the Marigny and Bywater neighborhoods one restaurant at a time. “It looks like they threw grass seeds on every corner and there is a restaurant opening up,” said Diane Marino who owns Jack Dempsey’s, with her husband Andrew and sons Sammy and Tony. The restaurant has held court on Poland Avenue in Bywater since 1979.In the past three years, dozens of restaurants have emerged in the blocks from Elysian Fields to Poland Avenue and St. Claude to the river. Pizza Delicious is opening a brick-and-mortar restaurant on Piety, The Joint has nearly doubled in square footage on Mazant, and Iris’ downtown outpost is on its way into Sean Cummings’ Rice Loft Buildings.via Inventive cuisine drawing locals and tourists to Bywater-Marigny | NOLA.com.]]