Daddy's Soul Food Coming To South Beach

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A sign posted on Washington Avenue, between 6th and 7th Streets, reads "Coming Soon: Daddy's Soul Food." Not much info to go on, as nobody is answering the phone number listed on the website. But we do have all of the menu items, from fried catfish to southern fried chicken to black eyed peas to peach cobbler. Keep going to see what else is going to be plated...

For starters: Corn bread muffins, hot links, lemon pepper wings, crab cakes, and deviled eggs.

Chicken: baked, smothered, and fried; fried chicken gizzards, too.

Beef: Ribs, hot links, and smothered steak.

Pork: Fried chops, smothered chops, pork ribs, hot links, and, on Sundays, chitterlings.

Fish: Fried catfish, fried or grilled red snapper, garlic shrimp over rice.

Sides: Collard greens, candied yams, macaroni & cheese, fried cabbage, red beans and rice, fried okra fried corn, mashed potatoes, rice and gravy, black eye peas, and potato salad.

Vegetarians will be pleased to note that many of these sides that traditionally come with a pork product, are offered with or without meat.

Desserts: Peach cobbler, pound cake, and sweet potato pie.

Daddy's Soul Food
637 Washington Ave., Miami Beach

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