4 Responses to “G & J Deli closes; will reopen as Henry’s Soul Cafe”


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  1. FourthandEye

    Mark Fisher from the Post dedicated a column in 2007 to singing the praise of Henry's Sweet Potato Pies.

    The Mysterious, Transporting Bliss of Henry's Sweet Potato Pie

  2. Anonymous

    I hope the new business does a better job of keeping the tranny-hookers away than the previous. I never went into G and J for that reason — if they weren't going to do their part in keeping the neighborhood clean, I wasn't going to spend my money there.

  3. FourthandEye

    A few items the new business needs to do that G&J Deli never did.

    * Stop parking on the sidewalk
    * Stay open later than 4pm on weekdays if you want to earn business from the community
    * Don't tolerate the hookers loitering by your entrance or along the side of your building.

  4. Anonymous

    Well, I think this is great news. It seems like an attempt to expand retail further down K st. I have not been to their other locations, but, hopefully, they will make an effort to clean up that corner. Unless "working girls" like sweet potato pie…