Queen City Kale

The ribbon is officially cut for Queen City Kale. Owner Portia Fulford, in the center wearing a black dress, is joined by friends, family and local dignitaries.

Local entrepreneur Portia Fulford has opened a restaurant that she hopes will revive Water Avenue.

Fulford was joined by friends, family and local dignitaries Sept. 17 for the ribbon cutting of Queen City Kale at 1010 Water Ave. The restaurant, which operated as Organpi Farms for seven years, has been reinvented by Fulford as Queen City Kale.

“Queen City Kale is Selma’s premier tourist restaurant,” Fulford said. “You can’t experience Selma without experiencing the original kale salad.”

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