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First of all, the product is amazing. My perception of catered food is that you're looking for quality, but I'm not expecting to have a catered meal that’s really inventive and unique and different and delicious and an experience in that way. That Brown Girl Cooks really turned that on its head because everything that she cooks is inventive and it's full of spice. It really packs history into the food because she brings influences from so many different places. Over the course of the pandemic, she took that business and turned it into a restaurant called COMMUNION, and the restaurant is amazing. We went by there the other day—all socially distanced, inside and outside. They had a deejay in the corner and it just really feels like a part of the community in the Central District. And the food is out of this world.
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Yummy vegan food! I’ve used her for catering and she did a great job.
Serving up free community meals while also opening a restaurant in the CD.
About That Brown Girl Cooks
Head Chef Kristi Brown brings flavorful innovations to life through catering, original events, and a line of specialty food products.
That Brown Girl Cooks is currently suspending catering services and is operating as a community kitchen. Free meals are available Thursday & Saturday 2pm - 6pm.
Check out Chef Kristi's other restaurant: Communion
2822 Martin Luther King Jr Way S, Seattle, WA 98144