MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, MI — Twayne Davis was to start with influenced to get started cooking when he took culinary lessons when in federal prison before embarking on a new soul food items business when he acquired released.
His cafe at 169 E. Broadway Avenue in Muskegon Heights serves up the soul meals staples plus a wide variety of other items.
Davis describes his menu as “unpredictable” due to the fact of how a lot he switches it up each and every working day with the support of his daughter and brother.
Davis, 45, 1st opened Lott and Huge Weezy’s Kitchen in late April of 2019 right after he moved back again to Muskegon from Flint.
It was not lengthy right after that Davis got the notice of the Muskegon location. He describes it as “hard do the job climbing the ladder,” but God made it occur for him.
“When I obtained out, I strike the ground running,” Davis. “I started on the streets, cooking on the corners. And at the time I stopped cooking, every person advised me that I necessary to start generating foodstuff additional normally, so I got into it all over again, and it turned out nicely for me.”
A single of the major sellers on the menu is the lamb chop dinner ($20) that will come with deep-fried or grilled lamb dipped in handmade spicy sauce, fried rice, corn on the cob and fresh garlic bread.
For Davis, he said his most loved is the rib guidelines ($14) that arrive with homemade seasoning and sauce, made to buy as deep-fried or grilled. If prospects are searching for a heftier meal, Davis also makes a savory Cajun chicken alfredo with lobster tails ($30).
Even though he is effective to bring soul foods dining to Muskegon, Davis said he gets called on the regular to cater functions and occasions in the group since of his acceptance on line.
“Everyone is aware of my design and style of cooking,” Davis explained. “I attempt to make my menu goods much more unique than other individuals, goods that other restaurants do not do. I preserve a essential menu with rib recommendations, fish, burgers and things like that. But I often convey a little something unique to the desk.”
On Sundays, Davis has a “Soul food Sunday” menu to involve special sides like collard greens, macaroni and cheese, candied yams, baked spaghetti, pinto beans, potato salad and much more for $4 each.
Buyers can order Davis’ delicacies as a result of supply companions like DoorDash, or contact (231) 246-7211 to position an order for pickup.
Hrs of operation for the restaurant are Tuesday by 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 daily, go to the kitchen’s Fb web page.
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