Five Black Owned Restaurants In New Orleans You Should Know
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New Orleans is know for its food whether its Creole or Cajun or a combination thereof here are Five Black Owned restaurants you should know.
Dooky Chase located at 2301 Orleans Avenue New Orleans LA Leah Chase has been at the helm for over half a century and still cooks the New Orleans Creole standards that has served the likes of Martin Luther King to Barack Obama just to name a few. Everything on the Menu is good.
Lil Dizzy’s Cafe located at 1500 Esplanade Ave. New Orleans LA is Owned By Wayne Baquet who learned the business from his father Eddie Baquet. This legendary seventh ward restaurant makes creole style food with menu items like the trout baquet and other creole favorites.
Wille Mae’s Scotch House located at 2401 St Anne Street New Orleans LA is owned by Kerry Seaton the great grand daughter of Willie Mae Seaton. The fried chicken with its crackling caramel skin, pork chops, smothered veal and bread pudding taste as good as when Willie Mae herself was in the kitchen.
Neyow’s Creole Cafe Located at 3340 Bienville Street New Orleans LA a New Orleans neighborhood joint, and though it opened late in 2009 it shares DNA with the classic casual Creole soul format. That means stewed and smothered meats, pork chops and chicken, lots of fried seafood, red beans, po-boys and a righteous gumbo.
Two Sisters Restaurant located at 1824 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd, New Orleans, LA owned by Dorothy Finister they are a family run business. Two Sister’s gumbo are epic bowls of shrimp, crab, fresh hot sausage, chicken giblets, okra, filé, bay leaves, thyme, and a jumble of other offerings from the seasoning aisle.
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