Brother Luck Street Eats is celebrating its grand opening this upcoming weekend, and chef Luck has announced a new dining feature in tandem with the event: tasting seats.
In his words:
We can only seat 10 ppl per night for this culinary experience so reservations are extremely limited. Seating begins at 6pm and a new menu will be featured each week available only on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. The experience will consist of 4 courses inspired by the seasons plated by myself with some surprises throughout the meal at $35 per person. Our Street Eats menu which features upscale pub food like Chicken and Waffle wings or Pig Ear Tator Tots will also be available for the bar crowd starting 4pm - 9pm each night. Please click on the following link to reserve your seats for this upcoming weekend. Our pop up themed dinners will continue each month and we are getting close to finalizing the November idea. Stay tuned.....
——- ORIGINAL POST, MONDAY, SEPT. 23, 5:38 P.M. ———
Big news on the culinary scene today from chef Brother Luck:
He's very shortly set to depart the Craftwood Inn
and launch his own venture downtown called Brother Luck Street Eats
Luck says that he and his wife Tina are taking over the restaurant space inside of the Triple Nickel Tavern
with plans to be open for both lunch and dinner.
In an email, he writes:
The menu will be comprised of creative spins on classic pub fare and street foods from around the world. I'm working closely with different vendors to ensure we offer good product that is sourced locally and served seasonally for a fair price. In addition to the ever-changing chalk board menu, there will also be various pop-up-themed dinners and specialty events such as guest chef cook-offs and professional cooking classes. crEATe 719 Kitchen will still be the brand for our catering company but Brother Luck Street Eats is going to be the newest restaurant project. I'm really sad to leave the Craftwood after becoming apart of this historical restaurant but this is definitely the next step needed to elevate my cooking.
Speaking by phone later, he says the Triple Nickel's "underground feel is what appeals to me."
He'll begin transitioning to the space early next week with a soft opening for existing clientele likely coming just ahead of his next 7 Deadly Sins pop-up dinner
on Thursday, Oct. 10.
Good news on that, by the way: he's added a second 7 Deadly Sins meal
on Sunday, Oct. 13 and as of this writing 13 seats remain open for it.