Seminole Heights' King of the Coop is giving away free beer next week

And there's going to be a gift card giveaway.

click to enlarge Seminole Heights' King of the Coop is giving away free beer next week
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The 2019 Best of the Bay Hot New Restaurant Opening winner, King of the Coop wants to celebrate its guests with its very first Customer Appreciation Party next Saturday, October 26. The party will have complimentary beer for those 21 years old and up, a gift card giveaway and, of course, hot chicken swimming in the fryer all day long. 

KOTC took to Instagram to invite its cult following to the festivities, "We would love for all of you Coop Fans out there to come join in on a night of fun and celebration." 

As of right now, there isn't a precise time nailed down for the event, but the resto plans on ironing those details out as the party approaches. The operating hours for the hot chicken joint at 11 a.m.-9 p.m. seven days a week. 

The Coop has been slinging Nashville hot chicken in Seminole Heights since April, and is known for selling out on the regular. Due to its growth and insane demand, King of the Coop is expanding into the next-door space which formerly housed Florida Eats in the next few weeks. Just a heads up, the restaurant has limited parking, so be prepared to hunt down street spots. KOTC is located at 6607 N. Florida Ave. in Seminole Heights. 

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