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Superior Motors Sets Long-Awaited Opening Date

Kevin Sousa's much-anticipated Braddock restaurant is now taking reservations.



 

The day has arrived! We are now taking reservations through @Opentable ONLY... See you soon!

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A simple social media post shorty after midnight July 1 ended years of "Will Superior Motors ever happen?" speculation. The Braddock restaurant will open on July 15. 

An opening menu from Executive Chef/Co-Owner Keven Sousa still is to come, though he did offer this clue via Instagram:
 

 

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