Watch out, Roli Roti: there's a new chicken-twirling operation in town. Spinnerie, a "globally inspired, locally sourced" fast-casual spot, has officially opened on Polk as of this week. A project from the team behind Lefty O'Doul's, the chicken-heavy restaurant quietly spent two years in the making; Tablehopper first reported their imminent opening back in December.
According to their website, "everything is local, even us," which extends to meat raised in the area and herbs from a rooftop garden. The menu is centered around the rotisserie, which features three different flavors of spatchcocked rotisserie chicken (greek, Mediterranean and peri-peri), as well as tri-tip steak, salmon and tofu. Hot and cold sides include togarashi kale and apple salad, gluten-free mac and cheese, and spit-fired Calabrese cauliflower. They also offer a selection of seasonal soups, salads and sandwiches served up on Kota, their housemade yogurt flatbread. Diners can also choose from a selection of sauces for their roasted meat, like chimichurri, tamarind BBQ, and romesco. Wine, bottled beers and three draft beers are also in the mix.
Hours are currently Sunday-Thursday from 11am-10pm and Friday-Saturday from 11am-midnight; online ordering will be available soon, so stay tuned.