Frank's Cajun and Soul Kitchen is the culmination of the vision of David Simmons. The restaurant was named to honor the memory of his father Frank Simmons. Mr. Simmons loved Cajun and Soul food and had a special love of good barbeque.
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
Incorporated in 1938, we’ve operated as the first African-American owned full service grocery store in New Orleans for 77 years. Affectionately known as “Circle” to our area residents, we’ve welcomed generations of customers as community hub...
WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU SPOKE WITH SOMEONE ABOUT YOUR HEALTH AND RECEIVED THE ATTENTION YOU DESERVE?Make your program unique with: Fitness Training, Trichologist (study of hair and scalp disorders), Personal Counseling, Essential Oil Techniques
Born on July 31, 1978 in Atlanta, GA, Shunquita “Chef Que” Neal worked as a US Navy Chief Logistics Specialist and counselor before turning her sights to cooking. She established herself as a chef and launched a number of businesses that included her
Our studios offer the traditional 26+2 Bikram Hatha yoga classes in a room heated to 105 degrees and 40-50% humidity. The class works your entire body, inside out from bones to skin to improve health and overall wellness. 90 minutes in the hot room
Over the years, Chef Brian Jupiter and I have taken several trips to New Orleans. Since Brian was born and raised there, I had the luxury of viewing the city through the lens of one of its natives. During our visits, the charming Mom-and-Pop joints