MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, MI — Twayne Davis was to start with impressed to start out cooking when he took culinary lessons when in federal prison prior to embarking on a new soul food stuff business when he received released.
His restaurant at 169 E. Broadway Avenue in Muskegon Heights serves up the soul meals staples additionally a range of other products.
Davis describes his menu as “unpredictable” simply because of how considerably he switches it up just about every day with the support of his daughter and brother.
Davis, 45, initial opened Lott and Huge Weezy’s Kitchen in late April of 2019 following he moved again to Muskegon from Flint.
It was not long just after that Davis received the interest of the Muskegon location. He describes it as “hard work climbing the ladder,” but God made it come about for him.
“When I got out, I hit the floor operating,” Davis. “I started on the streets, cooking on the corners. And after I stopped cooking, every person informed me that I required to start producing foodstuff more often, so I received into it again, and it turned out perfectly for me.”
Just one of the top sellers on the menu is the lamb chop dinner ($20) that comes with deep-fried or grilled lamb dipped in do-it-yourself spicy sauce, fried rice, corn on the cob and fresh new garlic bread.
For Davis, he mentioned his most loved is the rib ideas ($14) that arrive with do-it-yourself seasoning and sauce, created to get as deep-fried or grilled. If prospects are searching for a heftier evening meal, Davis also tends to make a savory Cajun rooster alfredo with lobster tails ($30).
Even though he works to bring soul meals dining to Muskegon, Davis stated he gets identified as on the normal to cater functions and events in the community for the reason that of his popularity on the web.
“Everyone is aware of my style of cooking,” Davis said. “I try to make my menu objects extra one of a kind than other folks, things that other places to eat really don’t do. I keep a primary menu with rib tips, fish, burgers and things like that. But I generally convey a little something distinctive to the desk.”
On Sundays, Davis has a “Soul foodstuff Sunday” menu to contain specific sides like collard greens, macaroni and cheese, candied yams, baked spaghetti, pinto beans, potato salad and much more for $4 each.
Prospects can order Davis’ delicacies via shipping partners like DoorDash, or get in touch with (231) 246-7211 to area an buy for pickup.
Hours of procedure for the restaurant are Tuesday through Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday. To see updates to his menu every day, check out the kitchen’s Facebook site.
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