The only thing better than sitting down and enjoying some golden brown southern fried chicken, mouth watering, smothered chicken or a pork chop dinner at Mrs. White’s Golden Rule Café, is the amazing story of how one of Arizona’s longest operated African American businesses came to be. The story of how a single African American woman with 4 young children managed to acquire a business in the early 60’s prior to the passing of the Civil Rights Bill and Voting Rights Act, when African American were struggling just to make ends meet, is remarkable. Mrs. White arrived in Phoenix by way of Temple, Texas, in January of 1963, secondary to an invitation from her brother – the late Floyd Jimmerson, to come out and assist him with his business a small café, known as the Church Cafe. The struggling business had more promise than customers’ and eight months later Floyd informed his sister that he was moving to New Mexico where the opportunity might be greater. If you are looking for a quality home cooked meal, delicious home-made desserts, as well as fresh cooked vegetables then Mrs. White’s is the place for you.