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Fresh Soul Restaurant to open Thursday in East Central Neighborhood



After three-and-a-half years of labor, partnerships and dedication, Michael Brown will open Fresh Soul this Thursday, July 19. An East Central neighborhood restaurant that will serve southern style food, Fresh Soul will employ local teens through a job training and mentorship program. The restaurant, located at 3029 E. Fifth, will work to restore a sense of community within the Spokane neighborhood by inspiring and engaging young people. Fresh Soul offers seating for 38 guests inside with patio seating for another 20.

"Fresh Soul is much more than just a restaurant," Brown explained. "We are motivating and teaching our kids skills that will inspire them to continue their education, and provide a platform for success and to find their passion." Three teens have recently completed their ten-week training and mentor program and are ready to help open the doors to Fresh Soul.

The teens will work alongside Brown as well as Assistant Manager, Sandra Roberson, and Executive Chef, Mario Hardy. Fresh Soul's menu offers a range of traditional southern style food such as gumbo, jambalaya, ribs and catfish. Fresh Soul's grand opening is Thursday, July 19 at 11am. The restaurant will be open Monday through Saturday from 11am-8pm.

For more information, visit Fresh Soul's Facebook page or contact Michael Brown at info@spokaneeastsidereunion.com or 509-995-3606.

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