Inspired by home-cooked meals, a new counter-service venture has debuted in Henderson, built around a large, Old Hickory rotisserie machine slow roasting its meats and potatoes.
Chick N Coop replaces a former 1,42-square-foot Clocks & Locks repair shop at the Gibson Center, close to the Manna Mediterranean Grill and a Roberto’s Taco Shop.
Diners at the spin-off from the Sunset Tavern on Boulder Highway and downtown’s Water Street first choose between the farm-raised and antibiotic-free rotisserie chicken, or USDA prime brisket and the pork spare ribs. Each plate meal is served with two sides, including potato salad, coleslaw, quinoa and bean salad, the house Coop rice, and a loaded baked potato.
Customers can also opt for a sandwich combination, or meats paired with the rotisserie potato. Whole chickens, a full rack of ribs, and a pound of brisket are available for takeout and the kids’ meal Chicklette’s plate is served with a quarter chicken, choice of side, and a fountain drink.
Chick N Coop, 183 N. Gibson Road, Suite 160, Henderson; 725-777-3840. Open daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.