I was on Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard today and stopped in at the food court Roux Carré. They showcase emerging food‐preneurs and give the vendors food service and retail training, back-office assistance, small business coaching, as well as entrepreneurial wrap-around support from Good Work Network.
I went for the pig, of course.
I had the Cochon de Lait Poboy. The pork was plentiful and flavorful. The pickled turnip threw me for a little bit of a loop but, over all it was a good and messy poboy. It came with creole potato hash that was also very tasty. Their fresh squeezed lemonade was awesome- nice and tart! I ordered seconds for a $1!
The food court is clean and inviting although only open 11 until 4 Sunday through Thursday. They have later hours on Friday and Saturday. If you’re looking to feel good about eating out, supporting these food‐preneurs is a good way to do it.