If you’re strolling through New York and find yourself longing for some authentic soul food, you just happened to be in luck. If you’re in Clinton Hill, check out Soco on 509 Myrtle Ave. It has over 1,900 reviews that put it at a four star rating, and is well-recognized for its amazing barbecue. In Prospect Heights, Cheryl’s Global Soul is a fan favorite when it comes to breakfast and brunch dishes that incorporate traditional soul foods.
- Amy Ruth’s tops the list of southern and soul food spots. It is located on in Harlem at 113 W 116th Street.
- Clinton Hill’s Soco with 1,900 reviews on Yelp has four stars and has shown itself to be a local favorite.
- GreenWich Village’s Red Bamboo is a top spot for vegetarians, a favorite soul food and vegan food spot that has 1,625 reviews on Yelp with four stars.
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