Whats Open? Granny Weav’s Soul Food truck continues serving through pandemic

A food truck is stopping in different parts of Lincoln to serve southern dishes.
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A food truck is stopping in different parts of Lincoln to serve southern dishes.
Granny Weavs’ Soul Food has continued serving throughout the pandemic going to different parts of Lincoln to make sure the public is served. Weaver says the coronavirus has actually helped them in a way as customers look for food places that are still available.
“People just like to pull up and see what we got and what’s going on,” says George Weaver Jr., owner of Granny Weavs’ Soul Food. “So, it actually helped us during this time than actually hurt us. When I opened 5 years ago, they were a big support to us so like now that we have a food truck, it’s even better because we are versatile than just sitting down and being in one spot. We can be anywhere and everywhere to help everybody else, just give everybody a plate.”
The food truck serves food inspired by Mississippi creating dishes like ribs, chicken, mac & cheese, and fried okra. Weaver thanks the community for their support throughout the pandemic.

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