Creole-inspired cuisine and coffee will be soon available for diners coming and going from the Oak Cliff Cultural Center, reports Teresa Gubbins at Pegasus News. The Cultural Center has had an unused concession area since its inception last year, but until now, no tasty snacks have been available either to the parents and kids who frequent the center or to the community at large.
Chef Saul Williams, a Louisiana native, told Gubbins he aims to change that, saying, "I'm Creole by nature, I'm from Louisiana, but I'm into all types of ethnic cuisine." Williams said he'll serve sandwiches, soups and salads in a bistro atmosphere. But hold the phone, y'all, because Williams also dropped a big Louisiana-shaped bomb: he'll also serve up crawfish bread once a week.
· Tiny Creole Cafe To Open Inside Oak Cliff Cultural Center [Pegasus News]
· Oak Cliff Cultural Center [Official]
Inside the Oak Cliff Cultural Center [Photo: OCCC Official]