Tin Rooster Goes beyond Barbeque
Turning Stone’s Tin Rooster Goes beyond Barbeque with a New Menu of Savory Recipes, Steaks, Burgers, Sauces and More
The country-themed bar and BBQ venue has overhauled its menu, introducing new items that emphasize handmade quality and even more choices for guests
For the first time since opening in 2013, Turning Stone’s Tin Rooster, the down-home country haven located in the resort’s Exit 33 complex, has revitalized its menu with new appetizers, sandwiches, steaks, sides and entrées. The new menu features innovative twists on Tin Rooster favorites, as well as an extensive list of choices for guests wanting more than barbeque, including the 28 oz. wood-grilled T-Bone steak, a 12 oz. New York strip steak, supersized hand-pressed burgers, chicken and waffles, fried chicken and beer-battered haddock.
Tin Rooster’s new menu combines the best of gourmet dining with the rich, delicious flavors of BBQ. From the sauces and condiments to the hand-pressed burgers, nearly everything at Tin Rooster is made in-house by a team of skilled and highly trained chefs. With culinary experts leading the charge, Tin Rooster’s exciting new menu and innovative practices seamlessly merge the best of several regional styles of barbeque – Memphis, Texas and Carolina – into a flavor experience that is uniquely Tin Rooster.
Responding directly to guest feedback, Tin Rooster sought to give guests more flexibility and options when ordering. Additionally, the restaurant’s signature platters – stockpiled with smoked meats and sides – are now customizable, allowing guests to combine any two meats with their choice of two sides or any three meats with any three sides. Meats include smoked ribs, pulled pork, kielbasa, brisket and turkey breast, and come with a choice of seven flavorful house-made sauces, including White BBQ, Whiskey Black Pepper, Bacon BBQ and the fresh-and-tangy House Ketchup. Tin Rooster’s list of sandwich and burger options have expanded as well, which now include pulled pork grilled cheese, honey wood-grilled chicken, the Rooster Burger and The 33 Burger – all burgers are handmade and hand-pressed. Sides include comfort-food favorites, such as mac n’ cheese, hush puppies, salt potatoes – a Central New York favorite – whipped bacon potato salad, cheesy corn, and more.
The dining venue also takes a unique approach to appetizers, pouring creativity into each one, like the new Rooster Poutine, a twist on the Canadian dish featuring smoked beef rib, and Chili Frito Pie.