Craving some Southern comfort food? These are our favourite soul food restaurants in Grand Rapids. We analyzed the top restaurant review sites and leading food blogs for the best soul food spots in Grand Rapids. So when that fried chicken and red juice craving hits head to these venues for the best options in town.
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To elevate your fried chicken experience, we recommend some Champagne to go with your dish. This pairing works especially well because this sparkling wine acts as a palate cleanser for the fatty dish.
Not sure what beer to drink with your fried chicken? Try Pale Ale. The bitter flavors will pair nicely with the food and complete the meal.
When considering what goes best with fried chicken, we recommend a glass of Tempranillo, it truly complements the dish as it cuts the fat with its tannins.
Do you know how many ribs of ribs it took to win at the Hog Challenge Amateur Eating Competition in 2015? The winner, Matt Stonie, finished 71 ribs within 5 minutes.
mac and cheese is frequently paired with Spanish granache, matching the greasy and salty flavor of mac and cheese with the ripe, fruity sweet taste of ripe, fruity sweet.
The mac and cheese which costs $200, can be ordered at the Barton G.
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