TAVARES — Known as Sinbad’s for a past 30 years, Tom and Kristin Wagenhauser acquired a lakefront grill progressing this years, renovating a structure, taste and menu into one of Tavares’ newest restaurants.
Now called KATs Grill, Tom and Kristin are mostly asked who Kat is, though a name is indeed done adult of their initials: K for Kristin, A for their daughter Alexis and T for Tom.
The Wagenhausers moved to Florida from Indiana to be closer to family and get divided from a cold.
Tom pronounced he has always desired to prepare and jumped during a event to possess his possess restaurant.
“They transposed a floors and remade holes, repairs to a structure, plumbing, flooring, all new seats and decor, walls and a ceilings,” kitchen manager Joe Markovich said. “The kitchen also was upgraded with a new equipment. They also put in a new ramp and bathroom, though still have a aged one outside.”
The integrate revamped a menu though kept some favorites that Sinbad’s had been famous for.
One vital ask for a Wagenhausers was to offer a same wings as Sinbad’s, so a recipe was handed down and they’re still accessible to customers, along with a few new flavors.
Bone-in and weak wings are served 10 for $10.99, 16 for $16.99, 20 for $20.99 or 30 for $30.99. Wing flavors are strange dry rub, aged bay, garlic butter, garlic parmesan, teriyaki, barbecue, trainer sauce, Jamaican jerk, Thai chili, firecracker and el diablo.
Appetizers such as boiled pickles, roasted garlic mushrooms, chili cheese fries, tater tots and a six-wing sampler tip off a menu.
A accumulation of specialty burgers offering are a Good Ol’ American burger, bacon cheeseburger, a Boss burger, Barbecue Texas burger, a Morning After burger and a PB and Jalapeno burger. Each comes with choice of side from $8.99 to $11.99.
Peel-and-eat shrimp, boiled shrimp, boiled catfish, grouper, fish and chips, 12-ounce steak, duck breast and pig chops turn out a cooking offerings. They come with dual sides and operation from $10.99 and $15.99.
“We’ve been entrance to Sinbad’s for years and are unequivocally enjoying a new makeover,” Bob and Laurie Flaherty said. “The inside is good and a rug has defended some of a imperishable charm. They stretched a menu and suggest a cod or tilapia sandwich, though all is really good.”
A vital menu further was a specialty pizzas. KATs Grill offers a choice of buffalo chicken, beef lovers, veggie lovers, grill chicken, Hawaiian, taco, a seaplane (shrimp, red bell peppers, red onions and pesto) and a Wagenhauser (pepperoni, sausage, immature olives, red onions, banana peppers).
Kids dishes are also available, and youngsters can eat giveaway each Sunday with a profitable adult.
KATs Grill, 1050 W. Burleigh Blvd., is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday by Sunday. For information, go to www.katsgrill.com or call 352-343-6669.