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New Upper Marlboro restaurant features upscale soul food After assisting with her sister catering company for 16 years, Patty Holmes had a dream of opening her own restaurant. With the help of her family that dream became reality in January. Solomon Porch Fine Diner, named after a Bible passage, currently serves soul food such as ribs and fried turkey wings, but Holmes and her family have begun to diversify its menu. want to serve wealthy food to the ordinary person, said Patrice Reynolds, who is co owner and manager of Solomon Porch as well as Holmes daughter. started with food like smothered turkey wings but [Holmes heart was in things like filet mignon and shrimp and grits which is my favorite dish here. But the customers really want us to keep serving soul food. Smith of Landover said she found Solomon Porch during her lunch break in March and has eaten there once every few weeks ever since. really like the smothered turkey wings, she said. I really like the fact that they serve breakfast all day. all day breakfast is something that Reynolds said the customers always tell her they enjoy about the restaurant as well as the soul food brunch that offered on Sundays, which is the only day the all day breakfast isn served. Friday nights feature live music from 8 to midnight with local artist Johnnie Steele, who plays R smooth jazz and dinner music. Reynolds said she plans to add a poetry night. The restaurant is family oriented with Holmes serving as a chef, her husband, John, helping to clean, Reynolds managing, and various aunts and cousins working as servers. Reynolds said that even though Holmes is a of the Food Network, she has been cooking all her life and always wanted to own a restaurant. Reynolds quit her day job to help her parents with Solomon Porch, but she also works as a recording artist and playwright. don know what I could do if I passed on the opportunity to help make [my mother dream come true, she said. There were some miscues along the way, though. Reynolds and her family began to renovate right when the economy fell, causing her contractor to abandon the job. economy happened while we were opening. The contractor ran out on the job. So me and my mom put down the floor and the family pitched in and helped a lot. He started us off and we finished off, she said.