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DT Breakfasts: Where Brunch Meets Social Impact

DT Breakfasts: Where Brunch Meets Social Impact

Melissa Fuster, Emily and Solon R. Cole Professor for Social Entrepreneurship,  reflects on big questions and possibilities with local restauranteur. “We spent the morning at Fritai, a Haitian restaurant located in the historic area of Tremé, one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city known for being the center for African American culture, including being the birthplace of jazz. The Chef and Owner of Fritai, Charly Pierre, opened the doors of this beautiful space and welcomed us with an amazing spread for breakfast. Offerings included fruits, scrambled eggs, fried pork, plantain biscuits, and a delicious black bean sauce, among others.”

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