My respect for JBJ grew enormously after dining at JBJ's Soul Kitchen. The concept is simple yet profound. We waited an hour to seat our party of seven and it was worth every minute. The seating space is small and decorated with a modern simplicity. What I did not anticipate was the quality of both the food and the service. The watermelon gazpacho is to die for and the salmon cakes were good too. The yogurt parfait for dessert along with the iced tea completed the meal. The staff are very welcoming and make the experience enjoyable. The volunteers do a great job too. The requested donation is $10 and $20 will cover a meal for another. I don't know how they manage to do what they do at those prices. My hope is that most guests give more. Every community should have a restaurant of this character.
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