Detroit Soul, a farm-to-table soul food restaurant in the Jefferson Chalmers neighborhood on the city’s east side, celebrated the grand opening of its second location with community members this week!
The business, marking the 142nd brick-and-mortar opened by Motor City Match, sources food locally to fill a community void for healthier food options and family-friendly dining.
“In opening the location of this soul food restaurant, we aspire to build more community, economic growth and employment within the area,” said Detroit Soul co-founder and Detroit Means Business Small Business Advocates (SBOA) member Jerome Brown.
Brown and his brother, Samuel Van Buren, were driven by faith to leverage their corporate careers and launch a business aligned with their passion for homemade southern-style cooking and community.
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