The Vice President of the United States, Kamala Harris, visited a Cuban-inspired restaurant. This is a Colada store, founded by a young woman of Dominican origin in Washington, DC
Harris arrived on the scene accompanied by Washington, D.C. Mayor, Muriel Bowser, and apparently sampled some of the produce on offer at the restaurant.
“We are honored and delighted that the Vice President and the Mayor visited us at the Colada Shop Wharf this morning! The Vice President stopped by for a latte, a couple of empanadas, and to speak with our founder, Daniela Senior, and the Mayor, about supporting her new agenda of “Building Back Better,” the company wrote. “. on your Instagram accountHe has more than 21 thousand followers.
On her part, the Vice President of the United States also left her impressions via her social networks.
“I think when someone starts a small business, it’s a real act of self-determination. Mayor Bowser and I stopped by the Colada Shop, a Cuban coffee shop based in the capital owned by Daniela Senior.
“In the past year, small business owners like Daniela have done everything they can to keep their businesses going and their employees on the payroll,” Kamala Harris said.
Daniela created Colada as a social space serving coffee, food and cocktails. The restaurant that the Vice President of the United States visited in 2016 was founded to “share the vibrant flavors and colors of the Caribbean with the people of Washington.”
Since then, it has become a norm for entrepreneurship in the Latino community, especially Hispanic women. “Share the Cuban way to start and end the day. At Colada Shop, we bring people together by taking them to a place where the conversation flows,” their website says.
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