They Don't Make 'Em Like They Used To Until recently, I hadn't visited a Black-eyed Pea for well over a decade. Back in the day, its Southern-themed offerings were pretty scrumptious....
Black-eyed Pea was founded by the Dallas-based restaurateur, Gene Street, in 1975. The restaurant s tag line is Home Style Cooking at its Best . It specializes in chicken-fried steaks, meatloaf and slow-cooked pot roasts. Black-eyed Pea serves entrees with two of its prepared vegetables, such as baked squash casserole, mashed potatoes and black-eyed peas, as well as hot yeasty wheat rolls. The restaurant s menu features home-style dishes from the South, such as fried catfish, okra, broccoli, rice casserole and corn bread. In addition, the restaurant offers a free children s entree with the purchase of an adult entree. Black-eyed Pea maintains a location in Denver.
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