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Soul food caterer opens first-ever brick and mortar restaurant

Soul food caterer opens first-ever brick and mortar restaurant

Jack McLaughlin

A new option for soul food owned by a former United States Postal Worker has opened for business.

The formerly catering-only spot Kay’s Soul Food Kitchen officially opened its first-ever brick and mortar eatery last week. The eatery’s grand opening was held on May 6.

Kay’s, alongside several other international food concepts–such as a Jamaican eatery and Mexican bakery–is situated inside the newest Saraga International Grocery storefront, which is located at 2800 S. Hamilton Rd.

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Kay’s offers soul food classics such as ribs, chicken, pork chops and much more.

The concept is owned and operated by Kendra Talley, who served as a postal worker for the United States Postal Service for 24 years before two knee surgeries, in 2019 and 2020, led her to a less physically strenuous profession.

Kay’s Soul Food is open every day of the week except Wednesday.

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