Time for the Veggies!
DALLAS (Oct. 20, 2017) – There are 7.3 million people in the United States who are vegetarians. The quest to satisfy bar-b-que cravings without the meat can prove elusive to many. Soulman’s Bar-B-Que is making it easy for vegetarians to enjoy their southern cuisine. The North Texas-based chain offers a wide variety of homestyle sides that, when paired together, can make a tasty, meat-free meal.
“It’s important to us that our restaurants offer menu items that are inclusive to different kinds of diets,” said Soulman’s CEO Brett Randle. “We pride ourselves in making tons of meat-free options that stay true to southern soul food and taste just as delicious as our meats.”
Vegetarians can enjoy some of Soulman’s world-famous sides, including potato salad, cole slaw, pinto beans, mashed potatoes and gravy, fresh cut French fries, fried okra, mac ‘n cheese and spicy potatoes. Looking for a dish you can’t find everywhere else? Try Soulman’s fan-favorite, Texas-style cream corn and mouthwatering pecan pie.
Soulman’s isn’t stingy with their sides, either. All homemade sides are available in many different sizes: side serving (4 ounces), medium serving (8 ounces), large serving (16 ounces) and family size (32 ounces). Additionally, vegetable sides are available in half-gallon and gallon sizes. For more information about Soulman’s menu items and pricing, visit www.soulmansbbq.staging.wpengine.com/menu.
About Soulman’s Bar-B-Que:
For more than 40 years, Soulman’s Bar-B-Que has satisfied the hardest to please bar-b-que lovers…Texans! Their selections of meats are cooked “low and slow” over hickory in a time-honored tradition: beef brisket, ham, hot links, sausage, turkey, chicken, pulled pork and, the crowd favorite, ribs. Ranch House Beans and Spicy Cream Corn are among the delicious homemade sides.
Soulman’s currently owns and operates 17 North and East Texas locations in Addison, Allen, Cedar Hill, Forney, Garland, Greenville, Hurst, Lancaster, Mansfield, Mesquite, Quinlan, Rockwall (2), Royse City, Terrell and Van. To learn more about Soulman’s Bar-B-Que, visit them online at http://www.soulmans.com or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/soulmansbbq.
Written by: Dana Cobb, TrizCom Inc.