4147 Northview Plaza Drive
Jackson, MS 39206
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Covid19 Pandemic Hours
Temporarily we are open only on weekends!
Saturday – 1 to 7 pm
Sunday – 12 to 7 pm
*Special private event hours may vary
We also cater events and set up at locations.
It all started in 2010 when Stacey "Soul" Winters opened a quirky, art & music space in mid Jackson. In 2014 her business garnished the attention of national players appearing on Anthony Bourdain's "Parts Unknown". Business was okay back then. R.J. owner of the Millsaps Ave building was very supportive but Soul knew she could thrive in a different location. She felt food was always meant to be a part of Soul Wired Cafe and maybe it was time to go where the customers were.
In 2017, she cut her long locs, packed up her business and moved to Northview Drive, fondly known as "North & View" located in the upper end of Fondren. This change left room for her to focus on developing her pescatarian and vegetarian menu. With fresh "soul" smoothies & unique recipes Soul Wired Cafe will be a welcome addition to the neighborhood. In the age of fried fast food Soul Wired Cafe intends to offer a perfect lunch vibe. But you can still get an evening local band experience. You might find someone reading poetry or softly strumming an acoustic guitar when you visit. So relax inside or enjoy our outdoor deck. We are currently renovating the North Fondren location but host curbside plant based pop-ups for the time being.
Our customers enjoy the best of what small Mom & Pop businesses have to offer in Jackson. At Soul Wired Cafe you can count on service with a smile and you will always feel like family.
Winters had a plan from initial creation of Soul Wired Cafe to franchise the business. So many young entrepreneurs dream of owning a business such as this one but often can't afford it. A plan was put in place in 2019 to make owning a location an affordable reality. For franchise information please contact us.
Our mascot car hood Queenie, donated by local artist Mark, joins us at the new location. For many years, people rubbed and took photographs in front of it. We believe in re-purposing, helping to save our planet. You can still come touch it because we are right here in your neighborhood.