Soul Food Street Kitchen is set to bring old-fashioned, home-style cooking to the culinary mix within Heights Public Market
Visitors of Armature Works can now taste down home cooking with some street flair for a limited time in the rotating stall within Heights Public Market. Local food truck, Soul Food Street Kitchen, sells soul food (a cuisine increasingly in short supply in Tampa) with an existing location six days a week at Circa 1949, has been named the next vendor to set up shop in the rotating stall from December – March 2019.
“There’s so much to love about soul and comfort food… it’s very flavorful, well balanced and reminds you of your mom’s cooking,” says Joe Dodd, chef and owner of Soul Food Street Kitchen. “We can’t wait for more people to try our food and for the exposure opening at Armature Works will bring.”
Joe’s always-hits-the-spot cuisine, will feature new menu items that you won’t be able to get on the truck. Menu items include chicken and dumplings, gumbo, a catfish po’boy, southern fried wings with a corn bread waffle and a new twist on a meatloaf sandwich called “Not Yo Mamma’s Meatloaf” as its prepared not how your mom would have done it. Soul Food Street Kitchen will bring some of the truck staples like boiled peanuts, pork rinds, hush puppies (his grandparent’s recipe) and creamed collard greens. He also plans to serve a limited brunch menu on the weekends that includes favorites like shrimp and grits and smoked sausage and gravy on southern style biscuits.
Hours of operation:
Monday – Thursday 11:00am – 10:00pm
Friday – 11:00am – 11:00pm
Saturday– 9:00am – 11:00pm (brunch menu from 9am – 11am)
Sunday – 9:00am – 9:00pm (brunch menu from 9am – 11am)
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