Spy Food: Germaine’s Opens it Doors on High Street

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FRONT ROW: Jesse Colvin-MD-1 Dem. Candidate, Cathy Perry-Germaine’s staff, 3rd Ward Councilman Ellsworth Tolliver, Germaine Lanaux – Proprietor, Jenn Donisi-Germaine’s staff, Stuart Seitz – Kent County Chamber of Commerce president; SECOND ROW: Rob Thompson-Chesapeake Bank & Trust, Melissa Kelly, Senator Chris Van Hollen’s office, Steve Meehan, Andy Meehan-Kent State’s Attorney candidate, unknown (obscured), Bernadette Bowman-Kent County Economic Development and Tourism, unknown. (Photo: Christopher Neiman).

Germaine Lanaux celebrated the grand opening of Germaine’s, a carryout with a New Orleans twist, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and serving complimentary beans and rice and corn muffins on Friday, June 15.

Germaine grew up in New Orleans, daughter of a Creole native and Baltimore transplant. She spent her childhood and youth moving between in the French Quarter of New Orleans and her father’s Tongue Oil orchard, all the time exposed to the fascinating cuisine of the Bayou and Bourbon Street.

Germaine’s is open Monday-Friday, 10-6, and serves carryout lunches and dinners from a menu that runs from her renowned gumbo to crepes.

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