Fried chicken. Blackened white fish. Black-eyed peas. Collards. Cornbread. Is your mouth watering yet? Time to head to Sister’s Soul Express in Dothan for all that and then some!
Sister’s Soul Express
Sister’s Soul Express in Dothan recently celebrated its third anniversary on Friday, August 12. To add to the excitement, they just opened a new location—the second Sister’s Soul Express—on Reeves Street.
Community leaders, residents, friends, family and visitors alike celebrated the new location’s grand opening on August 8th.
Guests were treated to the same, delicious soul food served at the original location on Napier Field Road.
Basically, it’s like Thanksgiving every day at Sister’s Soul Express in Dothan. Plus, rotating specials, homemade desserts and sides of the day add extra flavor to the already full menu.
Diners can come back again and again for comfort food served at it’s finest. Entrees included baked chicken, fried chicken, chicken tenders (grilled, blackened or fried), pork chops and country fried steak—just to name a few.
Add in two sides and the warm cornbread they bring to your table, and saving room for dessert may be harder than you think!
When it comes to sides at Sister’s Soul Express, you can find all the good Southern favorites. There’s fried okra, green beans, mac and cheese, dressing, mashed potatoes, butter beans and yams for starters.
Desserts range from banana pudding to key lime cake to strawberry cake to caramel cake. Sister’s Soul truly has something for everybody—from the kids to the health nut (they have salads too.)
Ready for a hot plate? Sister’s Soul Express in Dothan now has two locations. First, the original is located at 3549 Napier Field Road. The new Sister’s Soul Express can be found at 1970 Reeves St.
Dining hours are Sunday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. unless otherwise noted on the restaurant’s Facebook page. Speaking of announcements, the Napier Fields location is temporarily closed, but will resume normal business hours soon.
Questions about either location? Send them to [email protected].
In case you are ready to jump in your car in the Carriage House parking lot and go to Sister’s for a good meal now, expect about a 10-minute drive to the Reeves Street restaurant. For more community news and local spotlights, keep digging in to our blogs.