Street Fare Derby SPOTLIGHT: Streats McGee

Streats McGee describes itself as a rogue street eatery specializing in global deli items. And we agree! Popping up in bars, such as the R Bar, or Cafe Rani for the first time this past weekend, Streats is on the move and doing so in a vintage Mercedes station wagon. Hats off to you; we love what you’re doing!

Sample menu items include:

The Jacob
Andouille Sausage and Smoked Chicken from Jacob’s Smokehouse in LaPlace, Grilled Pineapple, Roasted Chili Aioli and Cilantro on pressed Vietnamese Po-boy Bread

Shroomwich
A medley of Sauteed Mushrooms, Caramelized Onions, Smoked Gouda and Gruyere Cheeses and Honey-Dijon Spread on pressed Vietnamese Po-boy Bread

Pierogi
Traditional Potato and Cheese Filled Dumplings Served with Fried Onions an Sour Cream

Cucumber Feta Salad
Cucumber Slices Dressed with a Honey Mint Vinaigrette, Spicy Pickled Onions and Crumbled Feta

Follow Streats McGee on Facebook and Twitter (@StreatsMcGee).

Hope to see you at Street Fare Derby on September 24th at the Fair Grounds! Buy tickets online in advance and save $5.

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One Response to “Street Fare Derby SPOTLIGHT: Streats McGee”

  1. Rick Humphrey(FoodCartGuy)
    September 18, 2011 at 11:31 PM #

    I am from Portland Oregon, here the food cart scene is over 600 registered here with every possible kind of food, i do not see anyone doing a gyros? and also how many food carts exist in New Orleans?