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While the world is changing, Business owner Curtrell McCann and Co-Owner Eric Amsterdam Thompson have decided to take a step forward in the restaurant business with the opening of Juanita's Creole Soul Cafe. The St. Louis Chef runs Catered by Curtis LLC, established in 2018 talked about his many trips to New Orleans with the ambition of bringing a Creole restaurant to the great city of St. Louis. The name Juanita comes from his idol Grandmother, who taught him how to cook. I spoke to McCann's Mom, who is just so proud of this family legacy.

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The toss-up between Mom and Pop establishments vs. franchises was a crucial factor in McCann's decision to create Juanita's Creole Soul Café. House of Chuck Magazine told McCann that the Mom and Pop establishments run St. Louis. This brilliant move is just what Dutchtown needed during the COVID – 19 Pandemic. The restaurant opened on June 1st, 2020, at 11:00 AM with the support of St. Louis.

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McCann and his team of excellence served 185 guests. According to the neighboring businesses on Cherokee Street, Juanita's Creole Soul Café has brought new customers to Dutchtown like never before. House of Chuck Magazine attending the opening and tasted the mouth-watering food. The food was some of the best Creole cuisines in the tri-state area and is precisely what St. Louis needs. The House of Chuck Magazine looks forward to seeing the success of Juanita's Creole Soul Food and Catered by Curtis LLC.

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You can visit Juanita's Creole Soul Cafe in Dutchtown.

3301 Meramec Street St. Louis MO 63107

P: 636 - 389 - 0738

E: creolesoulstl@gmail.com

Written by

Chuck Pfoutz

Editor and Chief House of Chuck Magazine


Published on August 2nd, 2020

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