Owned by Troy and Melissa Bijeaux, who also own Lafayette's Flowers, Etc., Café Josephine was opened because of a dream.
The list of farmer's markets is growing along with the movement toward attaining locally sourced goods. The Freetown Market is now popular enough to add Saturdays.
The new dish to try downtown is at Guamas. Its Cuban nachos are new in every way.
Guamas was one of the only Latin restaurants in Lafayette when married owners Julieta Tarazona and Rueben Mesa opened the original location off St. Mary Street near campus. It makes nine years this April that Guamas moved to its downtown location at 302 Jefferson St. tantalizing the uninitiated and the regulars alike in South American and Cuban cuisine.
Lafayette’s Denny Culbert, who specializes in food photography, has teamed up with food historian Rien Fertel to gather and preserve the stories behind North Carolina’s popular barbecue culture.
Crowley showcases food and art in historic Ford Building.
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