Who’s Got Soul Southern Grill, a fast-casual soul food restaurant owned by chef Keith Kash, opens next month on Breckinridge Boulevard in Duluth.
Kash, who also owns Who’s Got Soul Southern Café and food truck Who’s Got Soul Mobile Gourmet, grew up in Harlem, but has deep family roots in the South. His mother and father were born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama, and Raeford, North Carolina, respectively. Kash credits his mother for his life-long love of cooking and Southern food.
Once open, Who’s Got Soul Southern Grill will serve a menu of fare described as “hybrid” soul food to provide patrons with a “healthy, authentic take” on soul food classics. This includes offering a section on the menu of Southern-inspired salads, a selection of both grilled and broiled vegetables, and a few vegan options, alongside staples like lamb chops, turkey wings, whiting filet dinners, and fried chicken.
The counter-service restaurant features seating inside and outside on its patio. Seating will be limited during the pandemic. Among the murals on the walls inside the restaurant is one created by local artist Demont Pinder depicting the Harlem subway station near where Kash grew up in New York City.
Open for lunch and dinner, Tuesday through Sunday. Masks required. Limited seating. Online ordering for takeout will be available.
3580 Breckinridge Boulevard, Duluth. wgssoutherngrill.com.