Two Seminole Heights titans have teamed up to create the ultimate Sunday Supper Club menu. Rooster & the Till hopped on Facebook to announce the partnership project with King of the Coop.
“Located an arms length away, we aim to highlight local restaurants in the #seminoleheights neighborhood to expand your taste buds and foster community.”
The three-course menu will cost you $60, but is promised to generously feed two. The first course is a farmer's market salad featuring peaches with goat cheese, pickled Fresno chilis, roasted peanuts, summer tomatoes and spiced maple dressing.
For the main course, KOTC’'s biddy fried chicken and pickles. The fried chicken is paired with a roast chili mac n’ cheese and pickled mustard seed celery root slaw.
The menu finishes off with dessert provided by Tampa’s own Jamison B. Breadhouse’s cherry chocolate bread pudding with vanilla creme anglaise.
Rooster’s typical brunch events would sell out in hours, luckily, you’re guaranteed these eats if you get your order in on time. These pickup orders support three local concepts, and you’ll be able to pour up bubbly from the comfort of your own home.
Both restaurants have been grinding to keep their concepts open to feed their cult followings. Rooster & the Till’s Sunday Supper Club has fed the need for a safe brunch without sacrificing flavor, while King of the Coop has ventured into delivery and is now renting space to Wicked Oak Barbecue.
Diners can order the Sunday Supper Club eats through exploretock.com until Thursday, August 6, at 5 p.m.
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