Entrepreneur Gregoire Tillery began a business venture with just a food truck in 2013 to now having several locations. The New Orleans Own “We Dat Chicken and Shrimp” is known for their delicious wings and specialty items from their menu. Their flavor bursting seasoning has customers happy after every visit! Learning about his new partnerships are also inspiring. He shares how his We Dat’s seasoning … Continue reading Owner Gregoire Tillery Shares His New Location in New Orleans East For We Dat Chicken & Shrimp | NYTE LYFE LEXX
There’s not one city in America; I would say the world but, there’s no place other than New Orleans that dishes up some of the best food. My city is a big ole flavorful pot of gumbo infused by different cultures such as African American, Native American, Caribbean, French, Spaniard, and Italians. But in my eyes Everything began with a group of American Indians who … Continue reading Black-Owned Restaurants in New Orleans
FION Productions of New Orleans and the Black New Channel (BNC), the nation’s only African American news network, will host an invitation-only Offical VIP Launch Launch Celebration on Thursday, July 4, 2019. BNC founder/chairman J. C. Watts, Jr. will address national, state and local leaders in New Orleans about the network’s national launch on November 15, 2019. The New Orleans BNC launch party will feature … Continue reading Fion Productions presents the Official VIP New Orleans Launch Celebration for the Black News Channel with J.C. Watts Jr and Women Empowerment Tribute to former Zulu Social Aid & Pleasure Club Queens
In October of last year, it was coming up to my late sister Chiquita Tate’s birthday. I asked God to give me something different to do in her honor, and he told me to sale the cleaning supplies I had recently created. I then sought confirmation three times, and each time I got the same response On her birthday, October 15th, I launched Chiquita’s Miracle Works. And the supplies do perform miracles. Continue reading Local Entreprenuer honors her murdered sister’s birthday with the gift of starting her own business and naming it after her: Chiquita Miracle Works & Snack Shack
Media mogul Sidney Torres is the new owner of the historic Circle Food Store in New Orleans. Torres payed $1.7 million at an Orleans Parish Sheriff’s auction on Thursday for the building located at St. Bernard Ave. and N. Claiborne Ave. Torres, who is the former owner of SDT, a trash company credited with cleaning up the French Quarter, which he later sold. And he’s … Continue reading Update on New Orleans only Black-Owned grocery store, Circle Food Store: Sold to Sidney Torres
As of today, April 18, 2019, the New Orleans OneStop Site states:Presently we are only accepting applications for the issuance of new CPNCs for AT Taxicab (Wheelchair-accessible), Courtesy, Non-Emergency Medical Transportation, General Charter, and Sightseeing.All available CPNC numbers for Taxicabs, Pedicabs, Animal Drawn, have been awarded.
If you noticed it does not list “Party Bus” which is written in as Charter Party Carrier (Party Bus) in the description. There’s a “General Charter” listed as well, would it be safe to assume if the Urban Party Bus owners go down to OneStop they would be informed that the city is no longer accepting applications for party buses. If so where does this leave the Party Bus Owners?? Continue reading Crackdown or Takeover: Nola Urban Party Buses