Sep 11, 2009

Soule Restaurant's September Calendar of Events

Sundays, 11am – 3pm
Sunday Brunch

Soulé's Signature Caribbean & Southern-Style Sunday Brunch is the perfect family tradition. Spend a late morning with family over Southern Fried Chicken with Waffles, delicious Jamaican Ackee & Saltfish, or American Eggs with Bacon and Toast.

There’s something to suit even the most discriminate palate!

Tuesday, September 1st
7:30 – 10:30pm

The In-Progress Group presents its first monthly Youth Open Mic at Soulé! This Brain Damage Series will take place on the first Tuesday of every month and will feature amazing teens and young adults from all backgrounds.

Tuesday, September 22nd & September 29th
8 - 11pm

Spoken Word Open Mic

Soulé’s Bi-Weekly Spoken Word Open Mic will skip a week and take place on September 15th in consideration of Back-to School and Labor Day, followed by its regurlarly scheduled event on Tuesday, September 22nd.

Please contact Nichole at to be included in the lineup!

Thursday, September 17th & September 24th
7 – 11pm

BYO Karaoke Thursdays at Soulé

Come Celebrate the ‘90s at the original Soulé BYO Karaoke Thursday! Our collection is getting pretty extensive—please notify us in advance of special requests and we’ll try to accommodate you!

Sunday, September 20th
5 – 8pm
Author Spotlight & Book Signing featuring Justinah McFadden

Four-time author Justinah McFadden epitomizes the American poetic dream which has awakened on the pages of her books.

Her latest release, A Diary of Time is about forgiveness and letting go of the past. Her books are all available at Barnes and Noble. For more information log on to

Wednesday, September 23rd
7:30pm - 11pm
Earth*Mama Tea Party Series

The first of the Earth*Mama Tea Party Series will provide an opportunity to support the Palm Out Poverty initiative of All for Africa as well as a number of retail, artist, and design supporters.

Sunday, September 27th
5 – 8pm
Author Spotlight & Book Signing featuring Onika Pascal

This silent poet and lover of words expresses her thoughts and See Through Soul in her second release, Bardvillian Symphonies!

Don’t miss the talented Onika Pascal on Sunday September 27th from 5 – 8pm, as she shares some of her latest work!

To be included in the Open Mic portion of the reading, please contact Nichole at Slots are limited, so please reserve your place early!

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