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Roy’s Soul Food is a fantastic soul food breakfast and lunch spot in the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood. And even though they close at 4:30pm, their menu has plenty of dishes that can keep you full until the next day. With things like fried pork chops that are perfectly seasoned, smothered in a housemade gravy, and served with smoky collard greens that have a hint of spice, Roy’s is a hit.

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