John Lozano began his career in law enforcement but eventually transitioned into the world of retail. Lozano has always enjoyed interacting with people and was serving as a District Manager for a large retail operation when he happened upon the Eastern Shore. In 2010, John and his family moved to Fairhope. John’s business partner is Tammy Clevenger. She and John both worked for the same company and it just so happened that Tammy was ready to make a change when John came to her with his idea to open a business in lower Alabama. They found a location on Scenic Highway 98 and went to work modifying the space to transform it into Two Sisters Bakery and Deli. The public has embraced their offering and they are thrilled to have just celebrated their sixth year in business. All of their sandwiches are made with Boar’s Head® meats and cheeses. The menu boasts of impressive flavor combinations that are available as sandwiches, paninis or wraps. They also offer a variety of gluten free options including a brown rice tortilla, a gluten free focaccia and a gluten free white bread. Some of the popular sandwiches are the Chicken Little (chicken salad with grapes, cranberries, pecans, celery, onion) the Hen Pecked (chicken breast with havarti, spinach, mango chutney and hot pickled peppers, the Twitty (turkey, swiss, bacon, avocado and ranch dressing and the Roll Tide Reuben (corned beef brisket, swill, sauerkraut with Thousand Island dressing). Be sure to ask about their “specials” that include Boston Butt, Chili Cheese Dogs, a Cuban Sandwich and egg salad. They have recently added french fries as a side option that you can also enjoy gooey style with bacon, cheddar! Breakfast wasn’t originally part of the business model but with the urging of some of the area locals it has become an incredible draw. From 7am until 11am you can enjoy croissant sandwiches, biscuits, french toast, homemade waffles, breakfast paninis and bagels and even a traditional breakfast plate. Their bakery items include cakes, cookies, brownies, muffins, scones, biscotti, king cakes and more all made on premise. An assortment of their pastries can also be found for sale at two local coffee shops – Refugee Coffee and The Burrow. Another sweet option is ice cream – Cammie’s Old Dutch Ice Cream – made and imported directly from Mobile! There are eight flavors you can choose from with the current seasonal feature being King Cake, made with the king cakes from Two Sisters. You can enjoy it by the cup or cone, in a sundae, shake, malt or banana split. Catering and party trays are a popular option at Two Sisters Bakery and Deli. Local delivery is also available, with a minimum requirement. John and Tammy are also pleased to announce the opening of their second location of Two Sisters Bakery and Deli. The building is currently under construction in Downtown Fairhope and scheduled to open later this year.
Two Sisters Bakery & Deli, 19452 Scenic Highway 98, Fairhope (251) 517-0622 Facebook “Two Sisters Bakery & Deli”