New chicken spot Social Roost Kitchen and Bar is coming to St. Pete this fall

New eats in the 'Burg is just a few months away.

click to enlarge New chicken spot Social Roost Kitchen and Bar is coming to St. Pete this fall

This fall, a new full-service poultry-forward concept will nest at 150 1st Street N. in St. Pete called Social Roost Kitchen and Bar

The full-service restaurant is being launched by 'Burg locals Jason Teabout and Rob Bowen. 

Bowen, being an interior designer, will take over the aesthetic which has been described as posh on the restaurant's social media. 

Which means new upscale dining in St. Pete is underway. 

Social Roost's menu will be constructed of globally inspired chicken dishes, so we can imagine things will be getting pretty creative in the kitchen.

The concept will also host a full bar pouring up craft cocktails.

Social Roost is within walking distance of Beach Drive and downtown St. Pete’s nightlife, so guests are able to grab a bite before catching a flick at the Sundial or snag a cone from Kilwin's for dessert.

More details on menu options and opening date as construction continues. 

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