SOUTH LOS ANGELES — Greg Dulan has been serving up crispy chicken, mac & cheese, and more for decades at Dulan’s Soul Food Kitchen, which started with his late father.
Dulan has been helping in the family’s food business since he was a child.
“It’s very rare to have Black-owned restaurants transition from one generation to the next,” said Dulan. “That’s something that my father always wanted to see.”
They now have three locations in the Inglewood, Los Angeles area, and customers come from as far as San Bernardino to get their food.
With Super Bowl LVI coming to SoFi Stadium next year, Dulan wants the chance to reach the world. It’s why he’s applied for the Super Bowl Business Connect Program and is already prepared with two brand-new trucks for the mobile restaurant and Hotville Chicken brand.
“To provide catering services for the different events being held, we want to bring the soul to the Super Bowl, put us on the world stage like nothing we’ve ever had before,” said Dulan.