The name Paradigm Gardens has been making more appearances on New Orleans restaurant menus. It should soon be on more event calendars too, thanks to a new concert series at this verdant urban patch that begins this week.

Developed last year in a quiet corner of Central City, Paradigm Gardens is one of a growing circuit of nearby urban farms. This one has especially close ties to local restaurants, serving as an arms-reach supplier for its partner chefs Kristin Essig of Meauxbar, Mike Stoltzfus of Coquette and Aaron Burgau of Patois. Farmers Joel Hitchcock-Tilton and Jimmy Seely cultivate Paradigm Gardens’ one-block plot, growing vegetables, keeping bees and raising goats and quail, and the chef use its yield across their menus.

The one-block garden plot was also designed as an events space, with a rustic outdoor kitchen with wood-burning oven and a small stage.

The concert series begins Tuesday, Sept. 29, from 6:30-10 p.m., with the Mike Dillon Band performing, food from Meauxbar, Coquette and Patois, beer from the nearby Courtyard Brewery and other drinks. Tickets for this first event are $45, which includes food and drink and parking across the street.

The series continues every other Tuesday through Dec. 1, with a changing mix of bands and participating restaurants, including some guest chefs from High Hat Café, Domenica and Restaurant August down the line.

For a schedule and more details, see paradigmgardensnola.com/concertseries.

Paradigm Gardens, 1131 S. Rampart St.

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