Steve's Soul Food shuttered a few years back following a fire, but Deadline Detroit reports that the restaurant owners have reopened their original Grand River location.
The cafeteria-style restaurant that served up everyday people and notables including Jesse Jackson, Mayor Coleman A. Young and Sen. John Kerry, is serving up the regular fare once again including chicken, ribs, pork chops, collard greens and yams.
Owner Steve Radden, a former Detroit cop, said he concentrated for a while on his other location at 1440 Franklin Street in Detroit before deciding re-open on Grand River.
Radden tells Deadline Detroit he plans to open a third restaurant this fall on Outer Drive and 7 Mile.
Steve's Soul Food is location at 8443 Grand River is open Monday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.