FOOD WITH ROOTS
Southern food’s humble beginnings embarked when West Africans were taken from their home and were forced across the middle passage to North America. The term soul food originated during American slavery to not only describe a type of cuisine but also a period of time of oppression and overcoming hardships. It is traditionally cooked and eaten by African Americans of the Southern United States and merges influences from West Africa, Western Europe, and North America. As a result, America’s culinary history was built on corn, rice, peas, and the hog; many of the ingredients associated with Southern food.
Southern cuisine has always had and continues to have stereotypical connotations. Seen through the eyes of most Americans as inferior, unsophisticated, and unhealthy, Southern food reflects hard times and resourcefulness and is nothing short of beautiful. It is a cuisine to be respected and celebrated.
Saturday & Sunday: 11 am - 3 pm
Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday: 5 pm - 10 pm
Friday & Saturday: 5pm - Close
Saturday & Sunday: 3 pm - 5 pm
We will be offering a limited menu during Moonshine Hour with beverages
Monday & Tuesday
We do not take reservations for parties of less than 8 people. The max amount of people we can accommodate is 12. We only take a limited amount of reservations per evening and we will confirm with you if there is space. Lastly, a credit card number is required at the time of booking to hold your reservation. We do have a 24 hour cancellation policy where we charge $20 per head if cancelled within the timeframe. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.