Peaches is a neighborhood restaurant in Bed-Stuy where you can get get some solid Southern food. Think catfish, grits, and ribs with mashed potatoes. It’s good for a casual weeknight dinner, and it’s great for families. And if someone feels compelled to eat healthier, there a few salads and a seared salmon dish. Stop by for brunch the next time you’re craving grits.
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