Busy Bee Café

Circa-1947 Downtown classic still serves traditional soul food at budget prices in cozy storefront.

Training as a cook at Busy Bee Cafe takes at least three years, learning not only how to consistently deliver the soul food recipes people expect, but also adapt ingredient selection and preparation based on seasonal changes (sweet potatoes have different sugar content through the year). That said, once cooks have mastered their craft, they tend to stay with Tracy until they retire.

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