The Pelican House revamps menu

Photo above of the pork belly grilled cheese, courtesy of The Pelican House. 

The Pelican House, a tap room and whiskey bar in Citiplace Court, has introduced a new food menu with a dozen entree options, four sides and dessert. Crafted by Gavin Jobe and Tabatha Cody, the menu features bar fare such as burgers and wings as well as some Southern delicacies such as duck gravy poutine, blackened or fried gator and a pork belly grilled cheese.

Another eye-catching entree is the Tin Roof City Shrimp—Gulf shrimp deglazed with the local brewery’s Voodoo Bengal Pale Ale and simmered in a bourbon cream sauce. A large order is served over grits with andouille sausage.

Sides include freedom fries, grits, fried green tomatoes and a house salad. The lone dessert is a warm white chocolate blondie brownie served with vanilla ice cream.

Dishes start at $8. Check out the full menu here.

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