Tin Roof is a shotgun shack bar and music venue with creative takes on American pub food originating in Texas.
Dixie Biscuits are fried biscuit sliders with house smoked brisket, bacon, peach jam, and cheddar cheese. These biscuits are sweet, salty, and savory. I especially like the peach jam that sneaks in the sweetness at the end of each bite.
Poppers are bacon wrapped peppadew and pimento cheese croquettes. These are great for someone who likes cheese! Pimento is one of my favorite cheese so I will definitely be back for more.
Chicken N Waffles cone of buttermilk fried chicken nuggets, waffle pieces, bacon-maple glaze, and ancho chili chocolate. This appetizer is too sweet for my liking. The nuggets and waffle pieces seemed to be drenched in the bacon-maple glaze and it was too overwhelming.
House Smoked Brisket is a gluten free pub board with thick cut slices of their slow and low, pickled red onion and hot sauce. The sides are mac & cheese as well as ranch potato salad. The brisket is not very tender, a bit dry and fatty. The mac and cheese is delicious and had a hint of spiciness to it.
Candy Pig Mac & Cheese consists of elbow pasta, brown sugar bacon, jalapeño queso, aged cheddar, herb bread crumbs, and scallions. This is one of the most wonderful mac & cheese, unlike other mac & cheeses that are boring. This has a number of flavors dancing on your palate. If you plan on visiting Tin Roof, make sure you order this dish. You could also order the street corn as a side; it was nice without the toppings. The squash casserole was unique, but not my thing.
For more information, please visit http://www.tinrooforlando.com.