With 79 tap handles — 70 that will be craft beers and the other nine being wines, ciders and cocktails — you will not have an easy time making a decision on what to drink. If you need something to coat the stomach before drinks, Roosevelt’s offers a tremendous array of options. With all the bread made fresh each day onsite, the melts and sandwiches are a great place to start. Favorites include the fried chicken Widow Maker and The Darkwing Duck with sourdough, duck confit, cranberry spread, crispy shallots and blue cheese. Come dinner time, make sure to get a plate of the lamb shanks or blackened catfish. There is a large patio that can hold up to 90 people with part of it covered for when you want to get outside.
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