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Southern flavors shine at Georgia Soul Food in Charles Village
Southern flavors shine at Georgia Soul Food in Charles Village

Over the past decade, the traditional flavors of the American south have been showing up in kitchens from New York to Paris. Soul food, the subset of southern cooking with roots in the African American community, drives much of that popularity. While these days, soul food appears on even the poshest of menus, the cuisine still seems most at home in super-casual settings, where plates are styrofoam and place settings are made of plastic. Georgia Soul Food, which opened last year in the former M&J's Soul Food spot at the corner of 25th and St. Paul Streets, is one of those not-so-fancy places. There's no need to dress up for dinner there but with a menu stacked with traditional...

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