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Selfie Stick Mission ๐Ÿ˜” #FailMarshall’s has the best dresses. #Fashionista  I found the perfect dress and then my straps broke! Aww fudge. I made it work though.   
I made it more than work.. I look amazing.  YKBEADS #Coral #Red #CC Nails #Essie MarshmellowHello Detroit  Mo’nique put on an amazing comedy show this Mother’s Day weekend at the Masonic Temple in Detroit. I honestly haven’t laughed out loud like that in a very long time. You may remember her from the hit television show “The Parkers” but this wasn’t the Mo’nique that loved to chase professor O. The woman that graced the Masonic Temple stage was her confident alter ego. She was raunchy, she was honest, she was personable, she was spontaneous, she was extremely entertaining. She gave the entire audience life with her amazing soul.  She is The true Queen of comedy.      After laughing out loud comes food. The mirror at Centaur caught a glimpse of Ms. YK yet the service sucked. I ended up leaving because we couldn’t get proper service on the first floor. The third floor at least gave us drinks but the thing is it should never be a struggle. What happened to customer service? Is this the New Detroit? 

Hot Taco Detroit showed us love. Although the line was out the door, the service was impeccable. Thank God it was right next door.   
I absolutely loved the grapefruit Jarrito. I love the word Jarrito. Yummy.   #Selfie   

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New Kid’s On The Block: Kuzzo’s Chicken and Waffles Detroit

Kuzzo’s Chicken and Waffles puts good vibes and great food in the atmosphere as the newest addition to the Livernois Corridor on Detroit’s northwest side. Situated in the heart of Fashion Ave,ย Kuzzo’s Chicken and Waffles is the officialย new kid’s on the block and rightfully so.

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Kuzzo’s Chicken and Waffles January 27th 2015. 19345 Livernois Ave. Detroit, MI.

After months of building and planning Detroit native and former Detroit Lion’s player Ron Bartell finally opened the doors to Kuzzo’s on January 27th for a soft opening. Now, just one month in arrival before 10 am or earlier is a must if you don’t plan to wait before you are able to have a seat and enjoy the Bartell family’s infamous cinnamon buttermilk waffles.

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Kuzzo’s Chicken and Waffles main dining room.

The menu an ode to true Detroit nativesย with combination platters of popular slang like the ‘Trey-Deuce” or the ‘What Up Doe’ย featuring your choice of 3pcs fried chicken, signature buttermilk waffles, cheese eggs and grits. Everything at Kuzzo’s is fresh being a true scratch kitchen. What’s better than Blue Kool-aide or Homemade Lemonade to wash it all down with?

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Enjoying a mason jar full of the Blue Kool-Aide and the What Up Doe combo #1 at Kuzzo’s Chicken and Waffles Detroit.

The name Kuzzo is a play on a term of endearment. It’s meant for anyone who’s a friend, family member or someone from a similar culture. Kuzzo’s restaurant lives up to it’s name in every essence. From the moment that you enterย Kuzzo’s Detroit, you can’t help but feel the energy of right at home.

At Kuzzo’s everyone is family and the vibes are so good that you may just want to sit and stay a while. In the corner by the bar you may catch an episode of Girlfriend’s playing on TVOne or in the main dining room a group of hipster’s sitting next to a grandmother and her crew of ladies enjoying a Tender Love and a cup of freshly brewed Michigan Great Lakes coffee.

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If you are the one to enjoy the moment perhaps sit and stare out of the glass windows a bit you may notice that Kuzzo’s Chicken and Waffles is the first of many new buildings and businesses to the Avenue of Fashion. A historic shopping district full of many African American owned small businesses. The new kid’s on the block brought a new energy and this is only the beginning.

Eat @KuzzosChickenandWaffles

19345 Livernois Ave. Detroit, MI 48221

313-861-0229

No RSVP’s

Large Parties Welcome

Parking on street or at Mike’s Market 1 block South of Kuzzo’s

Accepts Cash or Credit/Debit

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Hours of Operation

01/27/15- 03/03/15

Tuesday-Sunday 8 a.m. – 2 p. m.

Beginning March 3, 2015

8 a.m. – 9 p.m. Tues-Thurs

8 a. m. – 10 p. m.Fri-Sat

8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Sun

Closed Monday