Delmas 48, a new Haitian Creole restaurant, has opened in New York – New York Business Journal – The Business Journals

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To take an insightful dive into Haitian Creole cooking, a new restaurant has opened for the experience. Delmas 48 served its inaugural meals this past weekend in West Brighton at 809 Castleton Avenue, former home to a yoga studio.
Blondine Deprinvil is the proprietor behind the venture. Her name might be familiar from a first foray into the restaurant business, Nacho Mama (Nachomamasi.com). The health-minded spot normally can be found in MRKTPL, a conglomerate of restaurants at Empire Outlets temporarily closed for renovations. She co-owns the St. George eatery with business partner Javonte Thompson, the latter of Grasmere’s TRI Lounge (Triloungeandcafe.com) with vegan comfort fare.
Momentarily free from the MRKTPL operation, Thompson helped Deprinvil put the finishing touches on the Delmas 48 dining digs and bar. A liquor license is in the works.
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