So get this: three mononymous celebrities walk into a soul food restaurant in New Orleans.
The trio even took a flick with Leah Chase, the owner of the establishment, as seen above.
According to Food & Wine, Leah and her husband, Edgar "Dooky" Chase, regularly hosted members of the NAACP, civil rights leaders and Black voter registration organizers at their restaurant, which opened its doors in 1941. Martin Luther King Jr. even held meetings at Dooky Chase's while organizing the Montgomery bus boycott.
Yes, food with a purpose. Plus, we love seeing our fave fam chilling out, eating good and repping H-Town!
(Photo: ecrenaissance via Instagram)
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