Rotisserie duck and cocktails aren’t customarily seen in a same judgment together, though that is changing with a opening of Le Chick (310 NW 24th Street), a Dutch-inspired grill that has strictly non-stop a doors in Wynwood.
Inspired by Rotisserie Amsterdam, a Dutch eatery done famous by a rotisserie chicken, burgers and a cocktail bar, Le Chick is a counter-service mark with a identical menu and feel. Brought to Miami by co-founders and handling partners Coco Coig and Jorge Sanchez, along with handling partner Max Van de Put, a 4,700-square-foot space facilities a dine-in opposite unaware a kitchen, indoor bar and dining area, and a loll that is curtained off after hours.
The menu from executive cook Victoria Delloca facilities equipment like boiled chicken, onion rings, rotisserie duck in both full and half sizes, pig ribs, burgers, along with 5 opposite forms of fries. For dessert equipment like a smoked apple tart, carrot cake and a “signature” chocolate goodie jar will be available. After midnight a special late-night menu will be accessible with options like a royale with cheese with onion and coleslaw.
Creating a drinks is José ‘YeYe’ Ortega, who recently won Best Bubbly Cocktail during a IBA World Cocktail Championships this year in Copenhagen, and has done a menu that facilities cocktails named after opposite breeds of chicken. Options like a Old English Game done with bourbon, packet syrup and coffee bitters; Barnvelder done with vodka and pineapple beet syrup; and a Tito’s Vodka, Roy The Rooster combined with tequila, orange extract and a piquancy reduction; are all available.
The grill also skeleton to offer live song programming on a weekly basis; while an outside patio, versed with a possess bar and loll seating, after this spring. Le Chick is now open for cooking Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday from 5 p.m. to midnight; and Thursday by Saturday from 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. The rotisserie skeleton to open for lunch in a nearby destiny as good as launch a weekday happy hour in a nearby future.