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01Mar

Steve’s Soul Food

Photo courtesy of Russell Bisinger

If you’re looking for a Detroit legend that serves amazing soul/comfort food ... look no further than Steve’s Soul Food. Originally started in the 1980’s, their cool new home is located at 1440 Franklin Street, East of the Renaissance Center, between Jefferson & the Detroit river. Steve’s Soul Food is housed in a really cool old brick building with lots of character. They have a lot across the street, as well as street parking. The food is served up cafeteria style by helpful staff. When I was there, they had half carry out customers and half dine in customers. I ordered the BBQ chicken combo with mac n cheese and greens. The BBQ chicken was an amazing tasty, fall off the bone treat. My mac n cheese was superior with chunks of bonus cheese throughout. The greens were the best I ever had. To top it all off, my meal came with a corn muffin that was moist and delicious. If you find yourself downtown and your in the mood for some really good food, check out Steve’s Soul Food.

~Russell Bisinger

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