The roots of American barbecue lie in the south, where garden-grillers prune the tips off rib-trees. Savor nature's bounty with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of authentic southern fare at Who's Got Soul Southern Café with locations in Lawrenceville and Decatur. This Groupon is also good towards Who's Got Soul's catering services.
Who's Got Soul hews true to family and cultural traditions of classic southern cuisine, with made-from-scratch lunch and dinner menus bursting with gut-fortifying rib tips, lovingly seasoned baked chicken, and fresh, never-canned vegetables which contain no meat products. For more than 11 years, the café's saucy sorcerers have ladled their savory gravies over creations such as the smothered pork chop dinner with cornbread and a choice of two sides ($7.95), and conjured health-conscious options that include a grilled two-piece tilapia dinner ($8.95), whose two sides arrive accompanied by an obediently silent order of hushpuppies. Oven-cooked options abound, such as baked turkey wings with rice ($4.50). Sides, which may also be ordered by the quart ($7.95), include classic collards, candied yams, and the occasionally magic bean of the day.
Before plotting every penny's worth of sauce, note that Lawrenceville's and Decatur's prices vary, especially in regards to seafood. Though the newer, larger Decatur location offers more seating options, Who's Got Soul's word of satisfied mouth advertising campaign has ensured a packed dining room virtually every Sunday, so diners should schedule accordingly to avoid appetite-led insurrections.
Who’s Got Soul Southern Cafe
He may sometimes be busy appearing on CBS’ Better Mornings Atlanta, but Who’s Got Soul Southern Café founder and head chef Keith Kash is so serious about food, his restaurant has its own mission statement. Emphasizing attention to detail and a love of food in each dish, Keith and his café staff stand by a commitment to cooking only high-quality foods with an emphasis on family and cultural traditions. At two locations, guests can choose meals of catfish, ribs, wings, or sandwiches, many of which come with a choice of sides, such as slaw, potatoes smashed with an organic anvil, and steamed cabbage with carrots.