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Southern: Taking in a potluck meal at a church may not spring immediately to mind if you're in search of good Southern cooking, but Masada Café at the United House of Prayer is an exception. The restaurant is run by the church and features a cafeteria-style eatery, which is located in the church annex. Leading the list of rotating soul favorites, is delicious fried chicken, country fried steak, mac and cheese, cornbread, red rice, green beans and more. The restaurant is a bit off the beaten path, but you'll enjoy heaping portions of Southern favorites and you won't regret the culinary trip.

Homestyle: Everyone knows that those potluck meals at church produce some of the best-tasting Southern food around. What if you could eat that down-home church food year-round? Enter Masada Cafe at the United House of Prayer for All People, a restaurant that is literally run by the church. The cafeteria-style eatery, which is located in the church annex, features a rotating selection of soul food favorites, including fried chicken, country fried steak, mac and cheese, cornbread, red rice, green beans and more. The restaurant is off the beaten path, but after filling your belly with heaping portions of Southern staples, you won't regret the trip.

Soul Food: Lots of upscale restaurants can present Southern cuisine, twisting it, tweaking it, and reinventing it, but few places know better how downhome food should be served than a church. Luckily for you, this one has been doing it for many years, and their skills are on full display. Intended to support church programs, the fantastic eatery does it simple but does it right. Take advantage of a kicky fried chicken, country fried steak, or mild baked fish, and then dive into the perfect mac 'n cheese, zesty red rice, and green beans cooked as only the South can do them. If you've still got room, nibble on a slice of sweet potato pie, and dream of the next time you'll visit. The menu changes daily.

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Homestyle: "Believe the hype: You simply must try Masada's fried chicken."

Best for Homestyle Because: If you love church-style potlucks, then check out Masada Café, an eatery run by the United House of Prayer for All People.

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