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The Scoop: Tin Roof to open in former Joe Buck’s space downtown

May 25th 03:05pm, 2017



Tin Roof, the Nashville-based chain of music venues/fast-casual eateries, is set to open up a St. Louis location this summer, and they’ve tapped a local culinary up-and-comer to helm the kitchen. Nowell Gata, formerly an executive sous chef for Baileys’ Restaurants, will assume the role of executive chef.

Tin Roof St. Louis will be housed in the former Joe Bucks’ space downtown at 1000 Clark St. The restaurant will have approximately 135 seats inside, 40 bar seats, 32 patio seats and 12 seats at the patio bar.

There will also be a rooftop event space as well as a VIP room, and Gata said the hope is for the doors to open in late June.

Tin Roof will be hosting local and touring musicians, as well as offering favorites like burgers, po’boys and house-smoked pulled pork. Gata said he hopes to include some regional favorites as well.

“I definitely want to do a slinger for brunch,” he said, adding that late night food will also be available.

Photo courtesy of Tin Room

Matt Sorrell is staff writer at Sauce Magazine. 

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