A neighborhood favorite soul food restaurant will reopen in a new location this weekend.
Twisted Soul Cookhouse & Pours, formerly located in Decatur, will open its doors in an upscale, rustic space in West Midtown on Huff Road.
The new Twisted Soul will continue to serve a signature brand of globally inspired soul food for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch, according to a news release.
Well-known for her gourmet catering in the Atlanta area, Chef Deborah VanTrece closed down her Decatur restaurant last December after being open about a year.
“In our new home, we’ve kept the things we’ve always loved about Twisted Soul: the food, our people and an exciting atmosphere,” said VanTrece in the news release. “But we’ve also created an upscale feel that plays on the ‘cookhouse’ theme, and we’ve been able to put our own stamp on this place. We feel like we’ve created Twisted Soul in its best form.”
The restaurant will open at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 3 at 1133 Huff Rd NW. It will open for regular lunch hours on Dec. 6, and weekend brunch will begin Dec. 10.
The restaurant will also serve grab-and-go items as a convenient takeaway.
VanTrece’s wife and business partner, Lorraine Lane, will serve as beverage director.