For meat and two sides, most meals are $10.99 to $12.99, with oxtail at $13.99. Prospects can also purchase a few meats and two sides, or other combos.
“I actually like soul meals. That’s the food items that I enjoy cooking,” said Bridges, who named Granny’s after her grandmother, Alberta Newman, and Austin’s grandmother, Norma Clark. A foodstuff cart she owns with Sellers, AB’s, typically operates at Gammon and Watts streets by the BP gas station.
Bridges said she commonly has food items completely ready by noon for Granny’s Soul Meals Sundays. “Nine times out of 10 we promote out about 7 p.m.,” she explained, introducing that at that stage they’ll provide the shop’s normal rapidly-meals menu, which features gyros, steak sandwiches, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot canines, Polish sausage and fries.
Granny’s can serve as several as 50 people on a Sunday, Bridges said.
Bridges, who also has a occupation serving foodstuff at Oakwood Village West, said she’s taking into consideration shifting the title of the food stuff cart to Granny’s Mobile Kitchen area, which would make condition licensing less difficult.
Austin has a whole-time job taking care of individuals with psychological illness and physical disabilities. He explained he also functions comprehensive time at Granny’s for a combined 80 to 90 several hours a week. When he’s not in the kitchen, he mentioned, he’s out advertising and marketing the business. Sometimes he goes to barbershops and presents them offers.