'We’re Open' showcases African American-owned businesses tonight at 7 p.m.

News 12's "We're Open" highlights the people, businesses and leaders who inspire their communities.

News 12 Staff

Jun 12, 2020, 4:33 PM

Updated 1,442 days ago

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The pandemic has taken quite the toll on our local economy, so News 12 is highlighting African American-owned businesses that are open right now the Hudson Valley.
News 12's "We're Open" highlights the people, businesses and leaders who inspire their communities.
 
Tonight's show spotlights Brother's Barbecue in New Windsor where they are gearing up for a busy weekend.
Gavin, Jamie, and Chris Farella grew up in the Hudson Valley, but have been inspired by barbecue from Eastern Carolina all the way to Texas. Those influences, and 17 hours in a smoker, make for flavorful dishes. “I would say we are best known for our brisket, seasoned with our Brothers Dry Rub and some pepper. We're inspired by Texas brisket but we're not trying to replicate it if you know what I mean,” says Gavin Farella.
"We're Open" will also showcase Mimi's Coffee House in Mount Kisco.
Tune in tonight at 7 p.m. on News 12.
 


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