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Percy “Frenchy” Creuzot, New Orleans native, came to Houston in 1965 to work as a traveling salesman. His ambitions quickly shifted to food, and on July 3rd, 1969, he and his wife Sallie opened up a po-boy shop bearing his nickname on Scott Street, j
3919 Scott St
Houston, Texas 77004
"Le Petit Zinc" is French slang for a local bar. Often times, in France, neighborhood bars cover the bar tops in zinc metal. Overtime the wear and tear on the metal give the bar top unique texture as each patron literally leaves their mark.
1055 Trumbull Street
Detroit, Michigan 48216
La Caye brings authentic Haitian cuisine to the heart of Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Its signature flavors hailing from lime, tomato, thyme and habañero, Haitian cuisine is flavorful, aromatic and healthy.
35 Lafayette Ave
Brooklyn, New York 11217
Prince perfected the recipe for Hot Chicken and opened up a restaurant – Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack. Almost 100 years later, a lot has changed in Nashville. But not Prince’s.
123 Ewing Dr
Nashville, Tennessee 37207