How Orlando’s Mills 50 district turned into thriving Asian American community
After the Vietnam war ended, hundreds of Vietnamese came to Central Florida through the catholic charities refugee program and found a new home near Mills Avenue and Colonial Drive, an area known today as the Mills 50 District.
AANHPI Heritage Month: Celebrate Central Florida’s Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander community
During Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month, News 6 hopes to capture and highlight some of the contributions, achievements and stories of Central Florida’s own growing and diverse AANHPI community.
Black Rooster Taqueria celebrates 5 years in business, opening second location
ORLANDO, Fla. – The owners of Black Rooster Taqueria have plenty of reason to celebrate. The restaurant owners, John and Juliana Calloway, are getting ready to mark five years in business in the heart of Orlando’s trendy Mills 50 district. At the same time, the couple is working on opening up a second location in another up-and-coming part of the city, the Hourglass District. AdThe couple says the new location is likely to open sometime over the summer, but they also say their expansion plans do not end there. They also explain the origin of the black rooster they named their business after.