Philadelphia, PA - Seasoned restaurant veterans Robert and Benjamin Bynum, brothers who have been in the culinary scene since launching Zanzibar Blue in 1990, moved their health-conscious Southern eatery Green Soul from Chestnut Hill to North Broad Street.
The new restaurant focuses on soul fare with countertop service during the day and dining table service in the evening hours. There’s additionally a stage for live music, poetry readings, and various other public presentation. The location is next to Bynums’ restaurant/jazz club South, which has a new menu under new Chef Elijah Milligan.
The Green Soul idea was created in 2011 out of a longing to promote healthy options to traditional Soul Food. Tasty as it may be, Soul Food is not regarded for its health advantages!
Running a few eateries offer true Southern favorites, and wanting to stay close to their wheelhouse while promoting healthier foods, and ingredients one can really feel good about eating.
Green Soul imagined there should be a way to use various conventional ingredients familiar to Soul Food lovers, however present in a more healthy version of everybody's faves. They set off to improved recipes in which included the very best elements of traditional methods in which enable the natural flavors to stand out.
The restaurant will focus on utilizing regional, organic and sustainable ingredients as well as support independently operated, hometown businesses wherever possible.
Hours: Saturday 5PM–12AM, Tuesday through Sunday 5PM–12AM - Monday Closed
Address: 1410 Mt Vernon St, Philadelphia, PA 19130