DAY 133: Phi Phi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is supporting black-owned businesses 365 days of the year!
In 1947, brothers James and Robert Paschal opened a 30-seat luncheonette on Atlanta’s West Hunter Street where they sold sandwiches and sodas. By the 1960s, Paschal’s restaurant had become famous for its fried chicken (using Robert’s secret recipe) and was a regular meeting spot for Civil Rights leaders. The Paschal Brothers would often post bond for arrested protestors and provide meals to those in need. Today, Paschal’s Restaurant is located in the Castleberry Hill Arts District, and continues to provide a soulful, historic dining experience that features southern specialties including fried chicken, braised short ribs, smothered pork chops and our peach cobbler.
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