The leaves are falling and autumn is calling, well not exactly in Florida. But, four dining venues at Seminole Hard Rock Tampa are offering new fall menus to get in spirit with the season and to provide guests with an around the world taste. Take a look at what’s to come:
Council Oak Steaks & Seafood
Council Oak Steaks & Seafood’s new menu, is based on fall flavors. It now offers steak cuts for two – porterhouse and bone-in strip N.Y. – and a smaller cut of cowboy ribeye (20 ounces). The restaurant has also added a seafood dish (pan seared scallops), a new cut of pork and braised short rib.
Chef Marc Murphy’s Grey Salt has added a number of new items to the menu including tomato-braised pork ribs, homemade pastas, a rotisserie half chicken and a grilled lobster. Desserts are $8 dollars and include a salted caramel budino, lemon cheesecake and a hazelnut crunch bar.
Rise Kitchen & Bakery
A 24/7 experience, Rise Kitchen & Bakery is now offering cold brew coffees paired with an expanded selection of pastries in the bakery. Additionally, there are now more regional selections of food with local ingredients included (all dairy is from Florida). The dining venue is also bringing back the “diner classics” such as the club sandwich, chicken and waffles and the BLT.
Rock N’ Raw
Rock N’ Raw has launched a new menu which now includes three languages – English, Chinese and Vietnamese. Among the new offerings include BBQ pork ribs, roasted duck soup, sesame shrimp, rice cake stir fry, Korean beef and Malaysian curry chicken. There’s also a new sushi menu offering such items as a hot Caribbean Roll, the King & I, a Tampa Roll and a Mexican Roll.
“Our restaurants are much like ‘Future Rock’ – constantly evolving, changing and growing from a culinary aspect,” said the property’s Executive Chef William Gideon. “These new menu changes follow the trends that our guests are watching and expecting from us. With one of the strongest culinary teams in the Tampa area, our goal is to continue to give our customers exactly what they are looking for.”