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Don and Katrina Studvent’s new place is a bistro, if there can be an American version with a soul food foundation, and no liquor license for a few more months. It’s a bistro in the sense that it’s a family-owned place that serves moderately priced, relatively simple dishes and simple meals. It’s pretty, with attractive prices and a $13 Sunday brunch buffet that includes catfish with grits, chicken with waffles. Other choices are fried potatoes, turkey sausage, country bacon, fried ham, fried turkey, omelets, French toast, fresh fruit, breads and pastries.
The decorations are simple because this place is meant to be for carryout only. Big Fellas Barbecue and Bakery wants its customers to keep their focus strictly on the food. Greg and Valena Cade, both food-service veterans, opened Big Fellas to show off their cooking talents while fulfilling the soul food needs of hungry diners on the east side of Detroit. Big Fellas serves barbecued ribs, chicken, seafood, sandwiches, salads, soups and homemade desserts. The owners recommend that first-time diners try their rib snack, soul style wing dings or jumbo butterfly shrimp. To assure freshness and good quality, dishes are prepared right when you order.
Downtown Windsor's home for downhome Southern comfort food in a casual fun atmosphere. Taking pride in making dishes from scratch like grandma used to, Biscuits' standard fare includes homemade breakfast sausage, hush puppies, gumbo, mac and cheese, collards, candied yams, sweet potato fries, fried chicken, fried catfish, sweet tea and much more.
Open since June 2007 on Friday nights only, the “speakeasy” soon achieved critical mass , attracting a crowd of young, mostly white hipsters. What brings them? The drinks list is ordinary, and owner Larry Mongo is less than exacting when it comes to recruiting musicians. So it’s not the drinks and it’s not the tunes, and most patrons don’t hang out for late-night food, either. They could, though. The limited soul food menu features some very fine sides at $3 a la carte, and if the ribs and half-a-barbecued chicken aren’t world-class, they’re at least decent, served in a standard sweet-smoky sauce.
The Detroit Princess is a 5 story riverboat located in downtown Detroit. Serving lunch and dinner most weekends and some weekdays. The two and a half hour cruise takes in the scenery of both Detroit and Windsor, cruising past Belle Isle and up to the mouth of Lake Saint Clair.

With linen tablecloths and napkins, chandelliers, mahogany trim, brass ceilings, dance floors and bars on all levels, the Princess is a very elegant venue for your night out.

Dinner features a five entree buffet of carved prime rib, chicken Florentine, teriyaki grilled salmon, chipotle apricot glazed pork chops and vegetarian lasagna, along with potato dauphinoise, cheese tortellini with pesto cream sauce, wild rice, Caribbean vegetable medley, assorted salads, dinner rolls and dessert.

Entertianment is a bonus with the Motown tribute band the Prolifics. They will dazzle you with their matching outfits, crocodile leather shoes and in- step Motown signature theatrics. Other entertainment options on certain nights include Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville featuring Michigan's own Air Margaritaville tribute band, blues by Randy Brock and Dixieland jazz by the Bayou River Band. On late night moonlight cruises, DJs Captain Sky and Lighting Rod Stinson play nightclub style music.

Private dining rooms are available for parties from 50 to 450 people. The whole boat is available for up to 1900 people. They also cater to ethnic groups, Halal, Kosher, Indian just to name a few.

Visit detroitprincess.com for an up-to-date schedule. Reservations are required.

Featuring chicken, fish, ribs, meatloaf, sandwiches, soups, and cheesy mac and cheese. Located in the Penobscot Building.
Kenny's Ribs and Chicken is home of the Chicago smoked ribs featuring the "St. Louis" rack and extremely popular rib tips. Kenny's was the winner of the 2004 Ribfest at Hart Plaza and has been winning Detroit every since. The restaurants are open and friendly with service that is inparalled. The ribs and chicken are married with Kenny Lewis' award winning spicy and mild sauces.
The Kingdom Men's Café, which opened in October 2002, is a project of the East Lake Baptist Church. The food is equal to many other soul food restaurants, but it costs less, your plate sits on linen tablecloths and the service is fastidious. The menu follows a standard formula among soul food restaurants: entrées, sides, cornbread and dessert. Entrées include baked and fried chicken, catfish and fried and smothered pork chops.
Slow ribs and comfort food. Soul food and BBQ.
"Lazybones Smokehouse is one of Metro Detroit's most popular barbeque restaurants. A pick-up and delivery barbeque joint, Lazybones Smokehouse is top notch. Fresh quality meats and chicken are cured and smoked fresh everyday using apple wood harvested right in Michigan. Lazybones Smokehouse is a different kind of barbeque joint, not like any other in the area. Our motto is pig up and pig out!"
Quality soul food in an elegant supper club setting downtown. Highlights on the menu include ribs, chicken-fried steak, buttermilk-battered catfish and meatloaf. There is a Cajun presence as well, with specialties like a richly textured Creole gumbo, Po’Boys and Chicken Voodoo.
Dine in or carryout. Soul food, ribs, burgers, breakfast. Featuring grits, catfish, and much, much, more. Catering for parties of 10 to 1,000.
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